Open any Torah, Bible or Koran, and the passages about homosexuality seem clear: being gay is an abomination; a sin; something that incurs the wrath of God. But for some, these interpretations are changing. In this hour, we meet individuals who are wrestling with their religion and their sexual orientation, from a Catholic woman who decides that only way to be gay is to be celibate, to an openly gay imam who leads a service open to all.

ON Interfaith Voices | July 2, 2013 | 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; a sin; something that incurs the wrath of God. But for some, these interpretations are changing. In this hour, we meet individuals who are wrestling with their religion and their sexual orientation, from a Catholic woman who decides that only way to be gay is to be celibate, to an openly gay imam who leads a service open to all.

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