AGR Audio: Rosaria Butterfield—From Victim To Guest

Before last night’s conference, Rosaria Butterfield sat with Chris for an AGR interview about her life, the sexual-social revolution (especially after the 2015 Obergefell decision), and how Christians should respond. The audio and video from the conference were recorded and will be released later. It was a special evening. If you have been wondering “what is this intersectionality about which everyone is talking?” You need to hear this episode and these talks. If you have been wondering “what is Gay Christianity?” You need to hear this interview and these talks. If you have been wondering “What is ‘Side B’ Christianity?’ you need to hear this interview and these talks.

In her second talk Rosaria pointed us to another sort of intersection, the one we have with our neighbors. There is a way for Christians to relate to those around us who have yet to meet Christ savingly. Her boldness and confidence in the Lord is infectious. You should not miss it.

Here is the interview.

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  1. It is my opinion that wolves within the midst of the sheep who wear a disguise of “gay Christian” seek only to destroy the peace and purity of the Church and should not be given the benefit of the doubt especially if they are in leadership. Coddling and compromise will lead to the same fate as the mainline Protestant churches. We have seen the disastrous results of the Roman Catholic church’s belief that that their leaders can remain celibate. If one’s identity is based on his sexuality, it is naive to believe that they really have any sincere desire to deny themselves.

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