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This conference entitled "Christian perspectives on homosexuality and pastoral care" was organised by Safehaven, a ministry of the Free Community Church. It was held at 7:30pm, 10 May 2007 at the Amara Hotel. It aimed to engage the mainstream churches in a groundbreaking dialogue on the issue of homosexuality. For the first time in history, theological heavyweights and experts in counselling and psychology came together to share their Christian perspectives on homosexuality and pastoral care. In the past, the mainstream churches would organise forums to debate the issue, but they usually turned out to be heavily one-sided affairs, ending up with homosexuality being cast as deviant, immoral, or worse. This time, Safehaven put together a fairly moderated dialogue, with equal representation from both the "for" and "against" camps, and facilitated by professional newscaster Augustine Anthuvan, Assistant Programme Manager, MediaCorp Radio. In this video segment, Dr. Tan Kim Huat, who is the Chen Su Lan Professor of New Testament and Dean of Studies at Trinity Theological College, shares his views. Links: http://www.fridae.asia/newsfeatures/2007/05/11/1848.theology-professor-supports-repeal-of-anti-gay-law-in-singapore http://www.freecomchurch.org/03-safehaven.htm

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