Christian group thrilled with parliamentary vote

Christians for Equal Marriage UK Providing a voice for Christians who support the right of all people, irrespective of sexuality, to marry News Release – 6th February 2013 Christian group thrilled with parliamentary vote Christians for Equal Marriage UK are thrilled that Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favour of same sex marriage, a vote which […]

The biblical foundations for same-sex marriage

Creation Everything was created for goodness and there is the need for all of us to live into that goodness. All are created in God’s image regardless of gender, gender orientation, or any other condition on which anyone might chose to diminish or judge another’s humanity. The sanctity and infinite value of every human being […]

The effect of the taboo against same-sex marriage in Nigeria

At the New Year, Uche Sam, Director of Changing Attitude Nigeria, sent a message to his members in the context of the anti-gay marriage act. He began by sharing his fear that at the turn of the year, Nigeria is harbouring a lot of homes where husbands will be unfaithful to their wives and families. Ignorance about […]

Are the Philippines, Asia’s largest Christian country, also the most gay-friendly?

The Philippines

http://changingattitude.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/The-Philippines1.jpg 440w” sizes=”(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px” />A flexible view of sexuality has allowed gays to find a place in the community in the Philippines – as long as they stay focused on the family. Gays and lesbians in Asia’s largest Christian country are reaching new heights. More than 85 percent of Filipinos are Catholic, with […]

Keeping it all in the family

Minnie Benson aged 73

Naughtily I had thought of heading this post ‘Archbishop of Canterbury’s gay wife and children’. I’m sure many would have read it then, thinking that Changing Attitude had reversed its policy and started to do some ‘outing’. But the gay wife and children I’m referring to are those of Archbishop Edward White Benson (1829-1896) and […]