Wesley Hill, associate professor of biblical studies at Trinity School for Ministry, at his home in Ambridge, Pa. He’s the author of the new book “Spiritual Friendship,” exploring a largely forgotten Christian tradition of committed spiritual friendship. Hill believes gay Christians can affirm their sexual orientation but should commit to celibacy.
Wesley Hill, associate professor of biblical studies at Trinity School for Ministry, at his home in Ambridge, Pa. He’s the author of the new book “Spiritual Friendship,” exploring a largely forgotten Christian tradition of committed spiritual friendship. Hill believes gay Christians can affirm their sexual orientation but should commit to celibacy. Rebecca Droke Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Wesley Hill, associate professor of biblical studies at Trinity School for Ministry, at his home in Ambridge, Pa. He’s the author of the new book “Spiritual Friendship,” exploring a largely forgotten Christian tradition of committed spiritual friendship. Hill believes gay Christians can affirm their sexual orientation but should commit to celibacy. Rebecca Droke Pittsburgh Post-Gazette