In a discussion thread over on the TitusOneNine blog, a (conservative) reader asks what is stopping the so-called liberals from forming a gay church?
Here's a slightly-edited version of my response:
We don’t need a gay church, any more than we need an alcoholics’ church, or a tall people’s church, or a deaf church, or a well-off educated white folks’ church.
We need instead a church in which everyone can work on putting God first in their lives, and on loving their neighbors as themselves.
We need a church in which all things not directly related to those two items are treated as inessentials, adiaphora. And in which, as to such inessentials, we agree to disagree, praise God, and get back to (his) work, together.