Leviticus 18:22 seems to condemn gay people, but does it really? Have we been wrong all of these many years? After all, weren't we taught that homosexuality was evil, a sin, against God's will? Doesn't the Bible condemn homosexuals? That's what I was taught and believed. Raised in a devoutly religious Pentecostal family, son of a Pentecostal preacher, and one myself, my prejudices were handed to me neatly wrapped and unquestionable. Homosexuals were evil, but something was not right with this thought. Long after my years of Theology, Hebrew and Greek study at Lee University, I continued to pursue the definitive facts to this question. Did God make this world an exclusive club for heterosexuals? If so, then why did He even make homosexuals at all? And I found that God made all of us, that He loves all of us, and that all of this foolishness of prejudice and bigotry directed against any one segment of His creation was not backed up by the Bible...at all. The Bible does NOT condemn gay people...anywhere. So, if you are tired of bigots proudly extolling the ignorance that separates children from the love of their parents, that makes people hate one another for something so simple as the way that God made us, then read this book. The Bible says that we should know the Truth, that the Truth will set us free. If you call yourself a Christian, the Lord calls on you to face the truth that is revealed here, then work to undo the damage of the years of ignorance and prejudice.
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Published September 10, 2009
Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference.