Wheaton’s “Celibate Gay” Counselor Resigns

From ChristianHeadlines.com:

Julie Rodgers, a counselor at the evangelical Wheaton College who described herself as a celibate gay Christian, resigned her position at the Christian school located near Chicago on Monday. In a post on her personal blog, Rodgers said her views on same-sex relationships have changed.

“It seems like a good time to share some of the ways my thinking on how to best love and support sexual minorities has evolved through the years,” Rodgers wrote. “Though I’ve been slow to admit it to myself, I’ve quietly supported same-sex relationships for a while now.”

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