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- Matthew Vines Author and founder, The Reformation Project, an advocacy group that aims to change church teachings on sexual orientation. He is author of "God and the Gay Christian: The Biblical Case in Support of Same-Sex Relationships."
- Monte Vines Lawyer and former elder in a Presbyterian church in Wichita, Kansas. Author Matthew Vines is his son.
Monte Vines talks about the day his son Matthew came out to him.
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