Sam Allberry is a gay priest in the Anglican Church — an apostate denomination — and is scheduled to speak on February 15 at the Zacharias Institute with well-known and respected Christian apologist, Ravi Zacharias.
Allberry, who is a co-founder of the Living Out ministry — which advocates for same-sex relationships, cohabitation, and physical intimacy so long as it stops short of bodily penetration — will be addressing Christians attending the event on the question of “How Can I Know My Gender?”
Allberry advocates for homosexuals to accept their orientation, that same-sex attraction need not be repented of because it is not a choice. He teaches that same-sex attraction is more like an affliction, an illness, and that it will likely not change once you become a Christian.
Allberry is a rising star in New Calvinist and social justice outlets such as the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission and The Gospel Coalition. Last year, Allberry spoke at the ERLC conference suggesting that church members should accept homosexuals in their churches, and even go as far as to “share their children” with homosexuals by allowing them to babysit so that they can experience what it’s like to be a part of a family.
Recently, Allberry and The Gospel Coalition put out a video urging churches to back single-parent adoptions in their churches. Let that sink in: a gay priest calling on churches to advocate for single-parent adoptions.
The Ravi Zacharias event website states,
On February 15th, the Zacharias Institute will be hosting our second event in the #TrendingQuestions series, “How Can I Know My Gender?” Join us as we seek to understand the cultural moment that we live in with regard to gender identity, and consider how the Bible can bring clarity and compassion to many of the questions that we are facing today. Our featured speaker will be RZIM itinerant Sam Allberry, and author of Is God Anti-Gay? and his forthcoming book, 7 Myths About Singleness.
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