This section will be regularly updated to provide you with the latest perspectives on same-sex attraction, including reviews of recent publications, articles, links, videos, interviews and brief points of view. The different categories of resources can be found in the section menu.
Ever wondered how to speak in your church on same sex attraction? Here is some help.
A recent talk by Ed Shaw
A new article by Sean Doherty answering this question.
The last video in the series
Sam continues this series
Sam Allberry gives advice in this video
Jackie Hill Perry, a poet and hip-hop artist, writes out of her experience.
Glynn Harrison reimagines the Biblical vision for sex and marriage
John Dickson explains biblical teaching.
Tim Keller reviews two new books.
Mark Yarhouse has produced another excellent book.
A summary of the latest research.
A great perspective on sex and intimacy.
Sam Allberry answers a persistent question.
The invitation will come soon enough. Four views.
Rosaria Butterfield on Loving Our Gay and Lesbian Friends
Sean Doherty & Steve Chalke give their views on this question
An introductory offer for Living Out users.
Dr Jean Lloyd, a now-married former lesbian, offers advice for pastors.
Professor Steve Holmes sketches out an evangelical theology of human sexuality
Sean Doherty gives some pointers on how to ensure your child feels loved and supported, and some tips on what NOT to do!
Sam Allberry looks at four of the toughest questions on SSA (from the 2014 ERLC national conference "Homosexuality and the Future of Marriage"
Four Christians discuss their experiences of same-sex attraction (from the 2014 ERLC national conference "Homosexuality and the Future of Marriage").
Russell Moore gives a Gospel-centred perspective.
The Evangelical Group on General Synod have produced an excellent resource for churches.
Andy Robinson, a pastor in Oxford, has recently shared his story with his church family.
Canon Dr Andrew Goddard, an ethicist who has been part of discussions of sexuality over many years, shares some of his experiences and reflections.
Fabienne Harford movingly and honestly shares some of the challenges of singleness from her experience
Audio recording of Sean Doherty and Steve Chalke's conversation about sexuality.
Andrew Wilson thinks he’s discovered a new silent trend.
If a couple has decided to be celibate, what level of physical intimacy is then appropriate for them?
What happens when a lesbian couple with a family accept Christ into their lives? Sean Doherty replies.
A review of Wendy VanderWal-Gritters’ book.
J.Todd Billings tackles perhaps the last sexual taboo.
Ed Shaw explains why Vicky Beeching's story isn't the whole story.
A review of Matthew Vines' new book by Sam Allberry.
What can churches do to help Christians who experience same-sex attraction? Sam Allberry outlines 5 things to bear in mind.
John Piper responds to a question about homosexual lust.
Wesley Hill's reflections on Sean Doherty's positive experience.
Sean Doherty explains why he has moved away from a homosexual identity.
Eve Tushnet reflects on the many advantages of Christians being open about experiences of same-sex attraction.
Sam Allberry shares his experience of the idolatry of same-sex attraction.
Sean Doherty recommends Wesley Hill's book.
Ed Shaw reviews Jeffrey John's influential book.
Rosaria Champagne Butterfield tells of her journey from life as a lesbian academic to married Christian.
Lewis responds to a letter he received asking about homosexuality.
Jenny Taylor explains this much maligned way of living.
Anthropologist Jennell Williams Paris explains the limitations of sexuality labels.
Melinda Selmys on why sex has become so important in our society.
The Rector of St. Ebbe's Church, Oxford, explains what the Bible teaches about singleness.
The article in Christianity magazine that first introduced the Living Out site and the stories of some of the people behind it.
New Testament professor Richard Hays shines the light of scripture into our sex-obsessed society.
Ed Shaw reviews the recently published first book of Justin Lee (founder of the Gay Christian Network in the United States).
Ritch Savin-Williams, Professor of Clinical and Developmental Psychology at Cornell University, explains why he prefers the term.