So You Still Think Homosexuality is Sinful?

  1. Steve
    November 25th, 2012 at 14:55
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    I love this chart. Can you point to the cited Bible references? Especially the “alternative” forms of marriage the Bible advocates. Thanks!

  2. December 3rd, 2012 at 03:38
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    call of duty world at war e the conduit sono sotntalo i primi “esperimenti” di giochi hardcore su wiie guardate gia che buoni risultati. La politica che che c’era ( ora lentamente sta prendendo un altra rotta pur salvaguardando la precedente), non mirava per niente a titoli hardcore, vuoi perche la davano come console spacciata rispetto alle altre ( adesso sappiamo che tutto il contrario ), vuoi per pubblicita e mobbing spietato e negativo nei confronti di essa; nessuna SH ha voluto rischiare di programmare giochi hardcore anche su wii .ma ora a distanza di 2 anni e mezzo si sono dovuti ricredere viste soprattutto le ottime vendite che quest’ultima sta riscontrando sul mercato. Sono curioso di vedere la grafica del wii quando sara sfruttata a pieno.Inoltre , per cortesia, smettiamola di ricriminare che il wii come una PS2 perche non assolutamente vero; anche se il wii solo 3 volte piu potente del gamecube ( sono delle valutazioni molto grossolane, anche perche ci diverse fonti che vedono il wii tra le 5 e le 6 volte piu potente del gamecube collocandolo ampiamente sopra un terzo ma non sopra la meta della potenza di una 360 ) sarebbe comunque largamente piu potente di una PS2 perche gia il cubo all’epoca era quasi 2 volte piu performante della PS2.La piega che i giochi sul wii sta prendendo appare cambiata e buona quindi non ci resta che attendere visti anche i nuovi hardprogetti che prossimamente vedremo sul wii. ciao a tutti ! PS. qualcuno ha smash brawl una buona connessione di rete ? se volete fare qualche sfida questa la mia chat

  3. msl
    August 1st, 2013 at 21:35
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    Hello, I realize this is an old post, but I just came across it. I realize, too, that as a Christian, I am not going to score points here. Everyone is free to believe what they want, but what interests me is how people who do not believe in the Bible represent it incorrectly. So my goal here is not to convert you but to correct what I see as errors in your presentation, for whatever it might be worth.
    First, Jesus did say that homosexuality is an abomination. How do I know that? Where did He say that? If Jesus was Deity in the flesh and had to live a sinless life in order to be the “lamb of God”, then how was He measured? Jesus lived and died as a Jew subject to the law of Moses, essentially the old testament. So He was subject to all the dictates of that law and had to keep them. He said he fulfilled the law and the prophets. If He had said homosexuality was alright with God, He would have either been changing the law that He was subject to or He would have violated the law He was subject to. Since He said nothing of the kind and we know He had to uphold the law, He did not have to say anything about homosexuality. It had already been said in the law He upheld.
    Second, true the old testament said a lot of things that the Jews had to do. But the Bible says that the old covenant was done away and a new one took its place. If that is so, does everything in the old testament go away? No, we still pray and sing, etc. We do not, however, sacrifice animals. Then how do we know how to “rightly divide the word”? If something is reiterated in the new testament, we know it stays. For instance, tithing is not reiterated in the new testament, so we are under no obligation to tithe. There are additional instructions given, too, in relation to giving. Christians are no longer bound by the old testament laws unless the new testament tells us so.
    Third, and the new testament does tell us that homosexuality is wrong. The inescapable conclusion of Romans chapter one is that a relationship between a man and a man or a woman and a woman is unnatural, shameful, unclean, and dishonorable. Paul did say that, and he also said that a woman was not to have authority over a man. As much as we may not like that; if we do not choose to believe all of what Paul said, then how do we pick and choose? Paul also talked about how a husband should love his wife as his own body. The difference is not in value of a man or woman but in roles and responsibility just as women bear children and men do not.
    Fourth, God created Adam and Eve and instituted what He wanted marriage to be. In specifying what marriage is to be; He had no need of saying that nothing else qualifies. For example, He specified the tribe of Levi would serve as priests; so He did not have to say not Dan, not Reuben, not Gad, etc.
    Fifth, it is true as with anything, marriage was perverted by man, as is the case in our present day. The new testament clearly says these things were never God’s will. Divorce was never God’s will. Adultery was never God’s will. Paul says that since Jesus has come into the world God wants all men to repent, Acts 17.
    I suppose you will disagree, but I think you are either ill-informed about what the scriptures say and how to understand them or you have an axe to grind just as you accuse Christians of doing. And, unfortunately, the rest of society will not advance far if men are having unnatural relations with men and women with women.
    Again, each person makes his own choice on how to live, but I do believe there is more than just this life. If not, where did we come from? The theory of evolution can’t explain it. Best wishes to you.

  4. James
    November 5th, 2013 at 18:01
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    The “theory” of evolution ???? Well that sums the quality of your article. Evolution is not a theory but FACT. Even the science-suppressing Vatican has accepted it I suggest you watch the Simpsons episode featuring Michael McDonalds song “what a fool believes” – youtube it – it’s hilarious. Unlike your article which is depressing beyond words. We have a long way to go folks.