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Living now as a celibate gay Christian, I have a unique story. I became a Christ-follower out of secular atheism a decade ago. I was a card-carrying romanticist (gay activist), signing up to sexual desire and the interior life as the ultimate source of transcendence and personal identity. I had no doctrine of the fall.

All I felt was good and to be affirmed. I was content to be Sisyphus pushing the boulder up the proverbial hill of western secularism. When I became a Christian in a pub after a radical...

This meant I stuck out like a sore thumb, even at times when I’ve wanted to simply belong or disappear from the fraught question. I’ve had boyfriends as a Christian; I’ve then chosen celibacy...

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