Winebrenner Theological Seminary offering program on human sexuality


“Difficult Dialogues: A Biblical conversation on human sexuality and loving your neighbor”: 7 to 8:30 p.m., Winebrenner Theological Seminary, 950 N. Main St., Findlay. Register ccv.org. Free.

FINDLAY — Winebrenner Theological Seminary will host the program “Difficult Dialogues: A Biblical conversation on human sexuality and loving your neighbor” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the church, 950 N. Main St., Findlay.

Guest speakers include Ray Kaselonis, of Alliance Defending Freedom, Dr. Jason Lee, of Cedarville University, and Aaron Baer and Ruth McNeil, both of Citizens for Community Values.

Registration is required for the no-cost event at ccv.org.

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The disagreements between Christians and the LGBT community are often portrayed as based in hate and bigotry.

But what does the Bible say about LGBT issues and sexuality?

Why do Bible-believing Christians not celebrate Pride Month?

How can Christians hold to Biblical truth, and still show deep love for their LGBT neighbor, family member, coworker or friend?

To help Christians think through these issues, and answer questions believers and non-believers in Jesus Christ have about this sensitive topic,

Citizens for Community Values is hosting

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“Difficult Dialogues: A Biblical conversation on human sexuality and loving your neighbor”: 7 to 8:30 p.m., Winebrenner Theological Seminary, 950 N. Main St., Findlay. Register ccv.org. Free.

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