The SCOTUS ruling on California’s Proposition 8 and DOMA continues to spark fierce controversy, and it’s now, more than ever, important for the Christian to understand what the Bible says about the Christian, homosexuality, and the government.
This is the second of three blogs that ParkingSpace23 will be writing: (1) The Bible and Homosexuality; (2) God’s Design for Marriage; (3) The Christian, Homosexuality, and Government.
As discussed in the previous blog, homosexuality is a sin because the Word of God defines it as such. For those who struggle with homosexuality, there is hope in the gospel of Jesus Christ (1 Cor 6:9-11).… Continue reading
The SCOTUS ruling on California’s Proposition 8 is no secret, and it is now especially important, as Exodus Internal shuts down, to consider what the Bible says about the Christian, homosexuality, and the government. You can read about the SCOTUS ruling on Fox here. This is the first of three blogs that ParkingSpace23 will be writing: (1) The Bible and Homosexuality; (2) God’s Design for Marriage; (3) The Christian, Homosexuality, and Government.
Make no mistake, I have no authority to define whether homosexual behavior is wrong or sinful. You have no authority to define it as such. Neither does the U.S.… Continue reading
What does the Bible have to say about gay marriage? Is it a non-essential issue or only relative to how society perceives it? How does God see marriage? Does what the Bible says about homosexuality still apply today? These are all important questions every Christian should know the answer to, and in light of the many recent political discussions on the subject, we must also be able to defend our position soundly with Scripture.
It is most likely that in the upcoming week or so, the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) will make a decision on how marriage is legally defined in response to California’s Proposition 8, which declared that marriage in the state must be between a man and a woman, overturning the previous ruling in California that same-sex couples had the right to marry in the state.… Continue reading
Pastor John MacArthur has never been one to pull punches when addressing the charismatic movement. In fact, his book Charismatic Chaos has long been considered one of the hallmarks of his ministry, addressing many of the negative and confusing effects the charismatic movement has had on Evangelicalism. But the problem hasn’t gone away, and, if anything, has grown exponentially. That’s why you might have noticed a recent new buzz about the issue as a result of the new Strange Fire Conference coming to Southern California in October. But is all the buzz necessary? Is it really as crippling as MacArthur makes it out to be?… Continue reading