[Time for some old-fashioned RR gay bashin'!]
god__chick3: "We do care for homosexuals as fellow human beings but we dont have to accept their perversion as normal. God is the same before He made humans and He is the same today...He destroyed Sodom and Gommorah for sexual perversion so I dont think I'd toy with it. I am leaving it in His hands but I think you'd be wise to back away and let God be God and stop making excuses why a sin is okay for todays world."
Ort: "God's prohibition against homosexuality is not "ceremonial Law", but God's moral law which never changes. And you can't possibly tell me that these verses mean anything but what they mean. If anybody reads anything else into them, it's because they are desperately trying to validate perversion and sin. And because they can't do it in their minds, they love to point out how it doesn't really say that, or God didn't really mean that, etc."
Robert: "Homosexualtiy is a sin: or did God annul the judgmnent of sodom and gomorrah when Jesus came?
It's just as much a sin today, as it was in paul's day, and in Moses' day. God NEVER changed his mind on it. Not ONCE.
He simply changed with how he deals with us, due to Christ's sacrifice. We shouldn't mistake that for God 'softening up.'"
Author: "God does not bring Male and Male nor Female or Female together. At the very BEST 'if' and I use that loosely because I believe the bible screams that it goes further than that, homosexuality relates to ceremonial law, it's still fornication as a male/male female/female marriage is not valid in God's eyes. It's still sin, no matter which part you choose. Paul (that some person that says that 'law' was nailed to the cross) tells us to flee from fornication, period.
You are ignoring this goes beyond ceremonial law, but to not only moral law but NATURAL law. You can argue ceremony all you want, but it doesn't change the fact that Man has a penis, and women have a vagina. Sorry to be graphic but that's the way it is.
You can argue Leviticus as ceremonial all you want, but Romans Chapter 1 is clear that one of the consequences of rejecting the gospel, is to also reject the natural physical use of your body in sexuality. Paul saw no ceremonial law when he used the Greek word physikos."
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[12/27/2008 10:21:58 PM]
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