Open any Torah, Bible or Koran, and the passages about homosexuality seem clear: being gay is an ‘abomination.’ But these strict interpretations are changing.

n this hour, we meet individuals wrestling with their religion and their sexual orientation, in an encore edition of our 2013 special. From a conservative Catholic woman who decides the only way to be a lesbian is to be celibate, to gay Orthodox Jews who live secret double lives, it’s an intimate look at what it means to be gay in the eyes of God.

ON Interfaith Voices | July 15, 2014 | 12:00 pm

Gay in the Eyes of God

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Open any Torah, Bible or Koran, and the passages about homosexuality seem clear: being gay is an ‘abomination.’ But these strict interpretations are changing.

n this hour, we meet individuals wrestling with their religion and their sexual orientation, in an encore edition of our 2013 special. From a conservative Catholic woman who decides the only way to be a lesbian is to be celibate, to gay Orthodox Jews who live secret double lives, it’s an intimate look at what it means to be gay in the eyes of God.

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