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Faith Leaders Confuse Christians
Before the sexual revolution took root in America’s cultural institutions, there existed pervasive agreement—both explicit and tacit—about sexuality, marriage, children’s rights, and religious liberty. Sexual immorality of all forms existed but was appropriately stigmatized... Now such forms of immorality are not merely out of the closet, in city and suburban centers, and in broad daylight but in our schools and even houses of worship.
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Divorce and Remarriage: A Smokescreen and a Fire
Written By Kevin DeYoung
Try arguing with left-leaning Christians about homosexuality and within the first five minutes someone will throw divorce and remarriage in your face. Much to my chagrin, I’ve been embroiled in debates about homosexuality many times, and every time, someone defending homosexual behavior brings up divorce. “If marriage is so important to you,” the retort will go, “why don’t you ever talk about the sin of divorce?” The implication being: “You are just picking on homosexuals. You don’t follow the literal letter of the law any more than we do. If you did, you would be focusing …
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