Baptist views on inter racial dating
And because I spent the past decade living and working in American media, based mainly in the super-conservative “Bible-belt”.If you know anything about American Christian culture, you’ll know it’s a huge operation/industry with a massive presence.If they don’t get sung in the mega-churches of North America, my royalties basically stop.So the cost of me speaking up about equal marriage is, essentially, my salary.I also wrote for various Christian magazines, and was on many TV and radio stations.If you’re not familiar with USA Christian media, just one of their many radio stations reaches 12 million listeners a week and their religious TV channels reach a vast audience of 80% of homes.
I spoke about it again during a Sky News paper review last month, answering a direct question about whether Bible-believing Christians could endorse gay relationships.Feel free to leave a comment below with your reflections on this – I’d love to hear from you.Sarah Rector received international attention at the age of eleven when The Kansas City Star in 1913 publicized the headline, “Millions to a Negro Girl.” From that moment Rector’s life became a cauldron of misinformation, legal and financial maneuvering, and public speculation.* * * * * * * * * * * * * * So, while many conservative and evangelical Christians are very angry about my stand for same-sex marriage, please let’s dialogue in love. I’ll be blogging about this topic, recommending books and resources, and writing about questions that arise from them all.Thanks to the many people who do support equal marriage and have reached out to me.
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