Welcome to Part 2 of this week’s installment of “Consider This Perspective” with Alan Chambers. This series is off to a good start, introducing us to perspectives from folks all across the board on faith and sexuality. If you haven’t already, please read our introductory statements to this interview in which we speak openly about LOVEboldly’s perspective on Sexual Orientation Change Efforts (SOCE’s) and listen to Part 1 of the interview.
All of that being said, I hope you enjoy Part 2 of the interview in which Alan further expounds on what he regrets about Exodus’ message and work over the years, whether he intends to apologize publicly, LGBT politics, gay marriage, and gay rights, the challenges and blessings of being the President of Exodus International, and what he wishes would change in the conversation on faith and sexuality.
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Check it out here: Chambers – Part 2
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