Christians’ Attitudes Towards LGBT
ETHOS recently conducted a study to assess the attitudes of Christians in Singapore towards same-sex relations, LGBT individuals and LGBT activism.
Participants include pastors, leaders and members of mainstream Protestant churches of all denominations and backgrounds. There is also a special focus on millennials.
The summary of the findings of the study is now available. Please click on this link to peruse the report.
This report, like any social science study, indicates perceptions and attitudes and makes recommendations arising from the findings.
It should be interpreted with the same caution as with any social scientific research, and it does not make moral statements on a par with Scriptural authority.
Furthermore, this report does not suggest any change in the National Council of Churches in Singapore’s stand on sexuality, marriage and family. NCCS’ full statement may be found at NCCS Statement July 2003.