Is Your Goal for Homosexuals Heterosexuality?

Is Your Goal for Homosexuals Heterosexuality?

Is Your Goal for Homosexuals Heterosexuality?

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Alan Shlemon of Stand to Reason answers the question, “Can a person be gay and Christian or must that person first rid himself completely of homosexuality before he becomes a Christian?”

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4 thoughts on “Is Your Goal for Homosexuals Heterosexuality?

  1. team ginate

    We attended an event tonight at HDC in Victorville CA. In fact this man's opinion is that no active homosexual can inherit the kingdom of GOD so infact if you except Jesus Christ as your Lord and savior being gay and continue to be in a gay relationship you will be asked to stop and if you don't stop you will be no longer allowed in the church until you stop being an active homosexual. The same rule applys to drunkards, fornicators, effeminates, etc, etc.

    March 14, 2022 at 10:34 pm Reply
  2. dave4shmups

    This is THE single best video I've ever seen on the subject of Homosexuality, as a Christian.  We ALL need God's grace, whether or not we are gay or straight.  And, just as some Homosexuals still struggle with impure thoughts, so do straight people, like myself.

    March 14, 2022 at 10:34 pm Reply
  3. deezynar

    To be holy, a homosexual faces the challenge of changing his orientation, living a celibate life, or marrying a person of the opposite sex and staying faithful.  That's it in a nutshell.  A person must be filled with the spirit to commit to any of those paths.  I think I'd marry a person of the opposite sex.  I don't think it would be that difficult.  I'm not attracted to guys, but if sex with them was God's will, and children came from such unions, I'd be happy to have a legit way to get my sexual needs fulfilled. 

    March 14, 2022 at 10:34 pm Reply
  4. Philip Eyrich

    Can a person be gay and Christian, from a fundamentalist viewpoint? Yes, so long as the gay person does not fornicate. It's the same rule for anyone, right? Just as most heterosexual find homosexual acts to be gross or sickening, so many homosexuals find heterosexual acts. For some heterosexuals, some acts they do with their partner are identical to what homosexuals do, so what makes an act right or wrong? Is it that the act is done consensually and in a monogamous love relationship? I'll grant that sexual sins abound in America, regardless of orientation.

    March 14, 2022 at 10:34 pm Reply

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