Nadia has released a news book called shameless challenging the current status quo of our sexual ethics.
The following article by the TGC is excellent giving a good overview and the problem being faced.
In researching her and looking at the many comments many people are blinded and are thinking that she is right that it is acceptable.
What I have noticed is that they are so strong in the opinion that a gentle and gracious response is shot down quickly by those who have tried.
Biblical authority is not relevant onlying seeing some of scripture as authoritive. This of course is faulty logic in that if some is rejected then all is rejected.
Jesus is no longer saviour but merely a good moral teacher and as such his sacrifice is a waste.
Then we come to defining who is God
They see all of these differently.
So my question is this if the gentle approach is ineffective is it ever right to take a stronger more forceful approach and to call them out for believing a lie and to being misguided at the risk of being labelled intolerant or other?