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Anne Paulk hasn’t given up on ex-gay ministry

Q&A | A former leader with Exodus International turns a new page
by Warren Cole Smith
Posted 5/03/17, 01:42 pm

Anne Paulk is the executive director of Restored Hope Network, an ex-gay ministry made up primarily of former members of Exodus International, which dissolved in 2013. For many years, Anne and her ex-husband, John Paulk, were perhaps the most visible faces of the ex-gay movement. They wrote a book together called Love Won Out: How God’s Love Helped Two People Leave Homosexuality and Find Each Other. Though John Paulk renounced his ministry, abandoned his marriage, and came out again as gay, Anne Paulk continues her work in ex-gay ministry.

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Frequently asked questions on homosexuality

Sexuality | Solid books available on the Christian response
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 4/25/17, 11:24 am

I received a letter from a WORLD Member:

“LGBT advocates tell us to be tolerant of their views. I would like to hear from one of their representatives how we should express our Christian views on their lifestyles. Let’s ask them to write down a critique from a conservative Biblical viewpoint that they would consider tolerant. Of course, it must not contradict clear Bible teaching. Do you think we could find someone who would do this?”

Since I’m asked questions like this often, I thought other WORLD Members could benefit from my response:

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British teachers’ union pushes LGBT education for toddlers

Sexuality | The group says lack of education on homosexuality and transgender issues hurts students and teachers
by Kiley Crossland
Posted 4/20/17, 12:58 pm

Britain’s largest teachers’ union thinks toddlers should be included in expanded compulsory LGBT education programs.

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) passed a motion Monday calling on British lawmakers to campaign for compulsory sex education classes and the “promotion of LGBT+ matters for all schools from nursery throughout all phases of state education,” according to The Times of London.

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