For 2,000 years the Christian church’s view of sexuality has been the same: one man and one woman for life. While there has always been tension over the chastity part of this teaching, the basic blueprint was never challenged. And then it was. Over the past couple of decades, and then escalating sharply these past few years, the fundamental premise that God

designed the most intimate of relationships between a man and woman has been discarded outside the evangelical church, and sharply questioned within. Every week it seems there’s a new evangelical voice saying, as author Jen Hatmaker recently did, that LGBT relationships can be holy. This mirrors the changing opinion happening among average evangelical church attendees. As of 2014, 36 percent of evangelical protestants believed homosexuality should be accepted in society, and one would assume this percentage has grown in the past two years. FULL REPORT