Born gay?

Sep 2, 2019 by

No ‘gay gene’: Massive study homes in on genetic basis of human sexuality, by Jonathan Lambert, Nature

The largest study to date on the genetic basis of sexuality has revealed five spots on the human genome that are linked to same-sex sexual behaviour — but none of the markers are reliable enough to predict someone’s sexuality…“There is no ‘gay gene’,” says lead study author Andrea Ganna, a geneticist at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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What matters is context: Why a new study on homosexuality falls short by Dr Christian Spaemann, LifeSite

Senate Demands Pastors Reject Biblical Counseling For LGBT Californiansfrom California Family Council

Who are the real bigots? by James Parker, MercatorNet: LGBTQ+ activists who want to ban so-called ‘conversion therapy’, that’s who. Battlelines are being drawn in Australia between LGBTQ+ rights and religious freedom.

Media puts positive spin on latest ‘gay gene’ study by Robert Knight, Washington Times

Celebrating X-LGBT! Video from Voices of the Silenced

Statement concerning McKrae Game and Washington Examiner Article from Core Issues Trust

How do genes affect same-sex behaviour? Research summary and comment with references by Melinda Mills, Science Magazine

BBC News report: No single gene associated with being gay

A Gospel For Failures by Matt Moore

Landmark Study Determines There Is No “Gay Gene”  by Peter Sprigg, FRC

Sociologist: New study ‘explodes’ narrative that people are born ‘gay’ by Fr Paul Sullins, LifeSite

Farewell to the ‘gay gene’ theory, by Michael Cook, Bio Edge

Is the Gay Gene dead? from Line in the Sand

If we’re not “born gay” why can’t homosexuals choose to be straight? By Will Jones, Rebel Priest

Bill Muehlenberg notices how a pro LGBT spin is being put on this research, by media and even scientists: Media bias and the elusive gay gene, by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch

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From gay to gospel: the fascinating story of Becket Cookfrom The Gospel Coalition

Ten years ago, Becket Cook was a gay man in Hollywood who had achieved great success as a set designer in the fashion industry….A decade later, Cook has moved on from that life—and he doesn’t miss it. What changed for Cook? He met Jesus.

The Gospel and Self-Conception: A Defense of Article 7 of the Nashville Statement, by Daniel Schrock, Reformed Forum

[Article 7 reads:

WE AFFIRM that self-conception as male or female should be defined by God’s holy purposes in creation and redemption as revealed in Scripture.

WE DENY that adopting a homosexual or transgender self-conception is consistent with God’s holy purposes in creation and redemption.]

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