This article addresses with pastoral sensitivity the question of what to do if a same-sex couple has come to faith in Christ. The author considers certain scenarios, as well as possible objections to them.
A claim is often made regarding the relative unimportance of sexual ethics to Jesus and his apparent silence in relation to same-sex sexual (homosexuality) activity. John Nolland examines and presents a helpful survey of the Gospels’ witness to Jesus’ teaching in this area. He explores the New Testament’s terminology in both the gospels and some of the relevant Pauline material.