Category Archives: Q Source

Summary: The Galilee Episode

Here are some of the discoveries I cover in my book, The Galilee Episode: Two Men in One Bed, Two Women Grinding. I started my research over a decade ago, wondering if the couples in Luke 17:34-35 might be gay and … Continue reading

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The “Bethsaida Four”

The active enforcement role of the Pharisees really does slip by us. It adds another dimension to understanding Paul’s letters. We tend to glide over “and-Saul-persecuted-the-Christians” thing without envisioning it, without figuring out what he was actually doing. The new information … Continue reading

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“The Sin of Sodom” Revisited

Sodom, Hospitality, and Same-Sex Relations More and more, conservative Bible scholars are acknowledging the fact that, Biblically speaking, the sin of Sodom has to do with the lack of hospitality–in the extreme–and not anal sex per se.  Nothing lacks hospitality … Continue reading

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A Famous Rabbi Destroys the Gay and Lesbian Q Community

What follows is a summary of my conclusions regarding (1) the presence of a large percentage of gays and lesbians among some of Jesus’ very first followers (the Q community), (2) the highly political and violent nature of the rabbis … Continue reading

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The Gay Theme of the Q Source

There is a definite gay theme in the Q Source, or the Gospel of Q. Before we discuss the violent persecution of the Q community, and the individual behind that persecution, it is necessary to establish the historical grounds for … Continue reading

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Introduction to a Cover-Up, the Q Source, and the Q Notebook

Jesus had gay and lesbian followers. The fact of their following was obscured, however, by events and decisions very similar to things we experience today. The discomfort and irritation experienced by many religious people today regarding gay and lesbian believers … Continue reading

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