8 Relationship Facts I Learned After The Break-up

  So, I haven’t published an article in a while, and there are many reasons for that. One of those reasons is that I have recently gone through a breakup of a long-term relationship. We were together for almost two and half years, and it ended a few weeks ago. I have spent the last […]

Brandon Wallace on Steve Brown, Etc.

Today, I was on a nationally syndicated radio show called Steve Brown, Etc. to talk about my book, Straight-Face. Even if Steve and I don’t agree on everything, he has always been a hero of mine. Check it out by clicking here! Share PostTwitterFacebookGoogle +1Email

SBC to Trans* Community: “You’re our next target!”

  Yesterday, the Southern Baptist Convention formed a resolution that made a “bold stance against transgendered people.” I won’t remake the wheel, so if you’d like a good understanding of the resolution, check out John Shore’s post. I firmly believe that for the LGB community, this says a lot. This says that the SBC has […]

Response to Matt Walsh: Privilege At Its Finest

  Yesterday, Matt Walsh posted on his blog about the Michael Sam draft. Granted, he wasn’t knocking Sam or the NFL about having the first openly gay football player, but he was knocking the press revolving the incident. Walsh goes on to rant about how “personal business” needs to stay personal business. First off, hats […]

Christian Should Hang Their Heads In Shame

I haven’t posted a lot lately. Partly because life has been busy, and partly because most of my writing time has been spent on editing the book. But, I think an even bigger reason, is because I just haven’t had much inspiration lately. I have been closely following the news, as I usually do. I […]

Disunity in Christ

The scene: Jesus knows he is about to be crucified. He goes to the Garden of Gethsemane with his disciples, and he spends some time talking to them. Finally, knowing it is his last hour as a free man, he spend this time in prayer. First, he prays that his death is glorified unto God. […]

We Don’t Have to Carry the Burden of Proof Anymore

I have a degree in philosophy, and one of the key terms I learned while earning my degree was called “burden of proof.” Burden of Proof simply means an obligation placed on one party during an epistemic debate to provide sufficient evidence for their positions. For years, during my struggle with homosexuality and my faith, […]