Many gay Christian men wonder whether they should come out of the closet or continue to quietly hide behind the mask and appear like everyone else.
Many Christians believe that “homosexual behavior” is the worst of sins and that God hates homosexuals, based on Leviticus 18:22 and Leviticus 20:13, where same-sex intercourse is called an “abomination.” Does the Bible really justify this conclusion? Do we know what abomination really means? Let’s see if the rest of the Bible sheds light on the … Continue reading –>
“God made me gay” is a common justification for engaging in gay sex. After all, if God didn’t approve of gay sex, “it would be like creating a bird with wings and telling it not to fly.” It’s a variation of the “The devil made me do it” argument. Both arguments assume that we cannot … Continue reading –>
I used to wonder why gay people, in particular, objected so much to the “love the sinner but hate the sin” expression. I wondered until I received a note …Continue reading -->
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We understand that same-sex attractions are real and not just a chosen behavior. Whether they are caused by heredity, pre-natal influences, environment, or a combination of these factors …Continue reading -->
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