Date: Tue Jan 21 2003 - 13:24:46 EST
In a message dated 1/21/03 12:08:13 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> The issue of homosexuality is so divisive in part because it is taken out of
> context. I do not find any
> good scriptural warrant to separate homosexual acts from other types of
> sexual sins.
This is the context within which I am making my arguments: in Canada it is
becoming close to law for a Christian clergyman to say homosexuality is a sin
- even from his pulpit. To speak against homosexuality is fast becoming a
Homosexuals are banding together in political organizations to support and
legislate their agenda. Have you all decided on your position vis a vis their
position and are you organized politically to protect your religion?
Governor Pataki of New York made a deal with the homosexual lobbyists to give
up protection of heterosexual marriage if he was re-elected - and he was -
he gave it up after it had been protected I understand for the last 30 years.
Homosexuality is not simply a behavior. It's now a powerful political
quasi-religious movement and if you don't face it, it will soon change your
world without your Christian input.
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