A Plea to 'Side B' Christians

In her recent Christianity Today piece Bekah Mason (executive director of Revoice) encouraged the evangelical church to stop seeing ‘Side B’ Christians as threats, and to instead honour them as important members of the Body of Christ. (For those unfamiliar with the term ‘Side B’, it is a self-adopted shorthand reference for Christians who experience same-sex attraction but who are also committed to the Bible’s sexual ethic of faithful monogamy between a husband and wife in marriage, and sexual continence for those who are not married. As it has grown bigger, the movement itself has become more complex. But in essence, ‘Side B’ stands in contrast to ‘Side A’, which refers to those who affirm same-sex relationships as not only permissible, but good for Christians)

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