Vaughan Roberts is well known in British Evangelical circles for his strengths as one of the most gifted and faithful writers, preachers and church leaders in the land.
In a recent interview with Julian Hardyman Vaughan talks about how he has sought to live a godly life while struggling with same-sex attraction, and why he has decided to share his struggles more widely.
(I've revised this to try to be more concilliatory and show my reasoning from Scripture more. Thanks for comments that pointed out that my post had not been very humble. I'm attempting to be provocative (I genuinely think this is an important topic where we may be putting unecessary burdens on children). I hope also to be gracious.)
I don't know if you've realised that by blogging through the whole bible, you have created the first commentary on the whole bible in Yoda-speak for those who don't know any German but are happy to use Google-translator..
How can one lead an interactive bible study that is truly a bible study, but is also truly interactive?
I've attended (and led) bible studies that are effectively sermons with (a little) time for Q&A afterwards. I've attended (and led) bible studies that are meandering conversations where we learn a lot about the various opinions of the group, but very little about the bible passage we are supposed to be studying together.