Friday, February 10, 2006

Can Homosexuals Really Change?
A Christian Response to Dan Savage
Posted: Friday, February 10, 2006 at 3:36 am ET

Dan Savage, no stranger to controversy, thinks he has found a "clincher" argument on the question of homosexuality. Writing in Friday's edition of The New York Times, Savage mentions the lead characters in the movie, Brokeback Mountain. Savage's argument is that evangelical Christians should abandon the idea that homosexual men can "go straight" and assume normal heterosexual identities. His argument makes slight mention of actor Chad Allen and the controversy over his role in the film, End of the Spear, but that angle is very indirect.

Instead, his main concern is to undermine the belief that homosexuals can change their sexuality. His "clincher" argument is that not even evangelicals would want their daughters to marry an "ex-gay."

The rest-Albert Mohler


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