The Christian Gospels offer tantalizing hints at Jesus’ own sexuality, which may have included some male love interest. However, more directly relevant to us are His teaching and example , which clearly show that His message is an inclusive one, that quite explicitly does include sexual minorities of all kinds.
After the Gospels, the most important Christian writings are the letters of Paul, who has a reputation as strongly condemning same sex behaviour – but a more careful consideration of his life as well as his letters, in their own context, can offer a different perspective.
(At Jesus in Love Blog: Epiphany: Three Kings or Three Queens?)
John the Beloved Disciple
Martha and Mary
(At Jesus in Love Blog: Lazarus: The Beloved Disciple?)
Phillip the Ethiopian Eunuch