1) We should treat people well. 2) We should treat people well no matter what their sexual orientation is…wait that was number 1.
Love everyone. Judge those within the church, ie those claiming Christ. Love all and call all to repentance.
Isn’t that what the Bible teaches?
Following Jesus’ example, He had much harsher words for the ‘religious folks’ than for ‘sinners,’ if one might put use those terms, and He loved by spending time with those beloved, not with condemnation from afar..
World Vision recently embraced new policies that honor same sex relationships within their organization only to reverse their decision days later for the sake of the poor across the globe. My wife and I are regular supporters of the organization and we are happy to learn that the donations will continue coming in for all the good work WV is doing across the globe.
I wish to weigh in on this in such a way that may provoke thought and discussion over the nature of human morality. Obviously in our pluralist culture we may wish to say that we should treat people well no matter what their sexual orientation is. That is culturally, the correct answer. To answer otherwise would make for ones self, many new enemies.
On the other hand are the religiously devout immoral in…
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