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Why Christianity is Opposed to Homosexuality

An atheist friend challenged me to give this answer after I explained to him the difference between opposing something and feeling justified to act violently about it.  You may guess this started with the recent Egypt/Libya thing.  The particular example, predictably, was homosexuality.  He seemed to think, like many secularists, that because Leviticus calls for the Jews to execute homosexuals that somehow this meant Christians ought to do the same, or else they are inconsistent.

While there are a million things wrong with that kind of insinuation that anyone truly conversant with the Scriptures could point out, I will address … continue reading...

Two Kingdom Talk about Homosexuality and Christianity Part One

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In a recent column posted at the ChristianPost.com I urged Christians to more carefully distinguish between our approach to homosexuality as citizens of heaven and our approach as citizens of this nation.  The basic idea is that Christians shouldn’t conflate the two approaches, even if both are important. This post is my opportunity to take my own advice.

There will be at least two posts in the series.  The first comes not as a Christian, but simply as a citizen of this country.  It is below.

1.  Let us take as our example what happened in California.  … continue reading...