To the liberal theologian or member of a liberal pro-homosexual church, the following questions are asked in clarification of the homosexist “theological” worldview:


Is God indifferent to sexual activity outside the bonds of marriage?


Is God indifferent to sexual experimentation to confirm one’s sexual orientation?


Is God indifferent to the anatomically adapted sexual techniques for same-sex intimacy?


Given the negative ecological consequences of sodomy, is this act a sin?  If not, what

Christological evidence is there to support a no response?


Is God indifferent to bisexual marriage?  If not, what is the status of religious members with a bisexual orientation, who wish to enter longer-term intimate relationships?   And what of bisexuals who do not want long-term relationships?


Is it a sin to wish or attempt to change one’s “God-given” sexual orientation?  Where does reorientation therapy fit in your doctrine?


Do you believe ex-gays and ex-lesbians are telling the truth when they witness that acceptance of the lordship (and grace) of Jesus Christ redeemed them from years of homosexuality?  Is God of two minds?  What is the theological message in successful reorientation?


What guidance demarcates righteous sexual practices from the sinful?  Or stated another way, what is God not indifferent about in sexual relations?  Will you take a stand on specific sexual morality laws?


Who are the modern day people described in Genesis 19:5; Leviticus 18:22, 20:13; Deuteronomy 22:5; Judges 19:22,23; Romans 1:27; 1 Corinthians 6:9; 2 Peter 2:10; Jude 1:8 and elsewhere?


Can anyone be separated from God in this revised worldview?  If so how?


How do you explain the unity of position between so-called “liberal ‘Christian’ theology” and the theological or ideological positions of some of the most rabid anti-Christian elements in society – humanists, Rev. Dr. John Shelby Spong, feminists and free sex advocates?


     In a homosexist worldview, what would be the theological position on cloning humans?


In theory, if “pro-gay theology” is not declaring a reimaged indifferent Jesus Christ, then it is rational to conclude that the advent of sanctified same-sex marriage relegates all non-marital sexual activity (for the homosexual) to willful sin.   To apply a different sexual conduct code to the homosexual than to the heterosexual would be discrimination, indeed, a human rights violation.  The pragmatic alternatives appear to be: (1) release the heterosexual from the traditional Christian sexual moral code to now follow the free sex ethos of homosexual culture; or (2) condemn as living an unrighteous lifestyle, no less than 97 per cent of the homosexual community (those likely to reject the sanctity of same-sex marriage). 


      What would you tell the young waver (boy or girl who can go either way) is the righteous path to follow? 


What counsel would you give to a man or woman seeking deliverance from homosexual attraction?





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