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Christians and Homosexuality [What if they love each other?]

Love, Homosexuality, and Presuppositions In the last two posts, we talked about homosexual desires and homosexual orientation. Another common argument given to, and by, Christians in defense of homosexuality is by appealing to love. The question is how anyone can … Continue reading

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Christians and Homosexuality [What if it’s genetic?]

The issue of a constitutional, genetically predisposed, homosexual orientation is a common ground used for the advancement of homosexual civil rights. However, genetic studies have shown that there is no sufficient evidence for a “gay gene” that biologically determines, or … Continue reading

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Christians and Homosexuality

Homosexuality is one of the most controversial issues in America, and especially Christianity, today. As more and more political sanctions are designed to punish Christians and Christian institutions for “discriminating” against persons based on their sexual orientation, it is ever-increasingly … Continue reading

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