Wheaton’s ‘gay celibate Christian’ – WORLD Magazine feature by Julie Roys

By Julie Roys

An article I wrote for WORLD just posted to its website. It concerns a “gay, celibate Christian” hired by Wheaton College to provide spiritual care for students, including those in Refuge, a community group for students with same-sex attraction. Her views are raising red flags for some Wheaton friends and supporters.


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2 thoughts on “Wheaton’s ‘gay celibate Christian’ – WORLD Magazine feature by Julie Roys”

    1. The desires should be to live like our risen Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This person will have an on going battle for which she needs help and support. Making her struggles known to the public could be her way of asking for help and support.

      Tony

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