Monthly Archives: May 2011

On the average, American adults think 25 percent of Americans are gay

Well, this is amazing. Not to mention crazy:¬†Towleroad cites a Gallup poll showing¬†that “over half of Americans (52%) estimate that at least one in five Americans are gay or lesbian, including 35% who estimate that more than one in four are.” Really. It’s hard to get reliable data, but my  Read more »

If I believe X, must I believe Y?

In a long post on Slacktivist, Fred Clark objects to irrelevant litmus tests on faith: Yet the fact remains that Jim Wallis’ position on both abortion and homosexuality is such that he has remained in good standing as a mostly accepted member of the American evangelical community. His views on poverty,  Read more »