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[Life Way won’t sell Amy Grant’s new Christmas album, reigniting the old ‘What’s Christian enough? religious group least likely to support same-sex marriage.’ question] The backlash to both Hatmaker’s comments and to Life Way’s decision reveals growing rancor in evangelical circles over same-sex relationships. Absent a pope or a unifying denomination, evangelicals turn to the Bible as the authority on all matters, and most believe Scripture forbids same-sex relations.This crumpled note, pinned in the window of a newsagents, represents worrying evidence of the growing number of landlords offering free rent for sexual favours. 'In return I expect you will keep the places clean and tidy and give me "hugs and kisses". One landlord approached by the BBC could see nothing wrong with such sordid transactions - and denied taking advantage of women.'Everyone goes into it with their eyes wide open,' he said.Sleazy adverts offer desperate women roofs over their heads in exchange for 'kisses and hugs', while others are more blunt. 'I am the last type of person who'd like to take advantage.'Both sides have something the other person wants.18th-century British lodges and their American offshoots remained male only.In the late 1800s, rites similar to adoption emerged in the United States, allowing masons and their female relatives to participate in ritual together.Such statements followed a social media post this April in which Hatmaker called for LGBT inclusion in churches.
I only teach them to women because we are the ones who have the power to make our relationships intimate.The Texas author and speaker writes often about her “messy” family life, confessing in a viral 2013 post to being the “worst end-of-school year mom ever.” Her homespun approach has garnered her spots on the New York Times bestseller list and an HGTV series alongside husband Brandon and five children.But last week, Hatmaker broke from her evangelical base, telling Religion News Service columnist Jonathan Merritt that she supports same-sex marriage and believes LGBT relationships can be holy.One, seen in Birmingham, states: 'Free rent paid for room or flat in return for sexual favours.' It leaves home-hunters in no doubt about what moving in really entails. Just a kiss and cuddle.'When formally approached by a reporter, he denied knowing when, or where, the advert was placed.'I was just lonely,' he said, before changing his story: 'At the end of the day, no-one rang and that was the end of it.'Another advert posted on Craigslist for a property in Walsall offered a 'free room in 2 bed flat for the right lady'. I'm hardly ever there so most of the time you will have place to yourself. A Stourbridge advert ran under the title 'Rent-free room ladies only', adding: 'Hi, I have spare room available in exchange for sexual favours.'Craiglist promptly removed the offending posts after being approached by a reporter from the Sunday Mercury.