Lesbian Woman Creates ‘LGBT Bible App’ to Promote ‘Inclusivity’ Within the Church

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A lesbian woman who is
frustrated by the lack of homosexual-friendly
material available in Christian bookstores has
created what she describes as “the first LGBT
Bible app

,” featuring resources that celebrate
homosexuality and do not condemn same-sex
sexual behavior as being sinful.
“This app is for people who identify as ‘spiritual
but not religious,’ progressive Christians who
have had premarital sex and don’t care, who are
frustrated with purity culture, who are pro-
choice, pro-women, and who want to accept and
embrace interfaith connections,” Crystal
Cheatham told AutoStraddle.com.
Cheatham, who hails from Philadelphia,
describes herself as a lesbian Christian. Although
she once thought that her same-sex attraction
was incompatible with her belief in God, she has
since decided to embrace and celebrate her
lesbianism.
“I’m black, I’m a lesbian, and I’m tired of feeling
like my faith doesn’t matter,” Cheatham said in a
press release. “Some think it’s an anomaly that a
black lesbian can be a Christian, but there are
many out there like me.”
Source from Christian Headline

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