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Homosexual CNN anchor Don Lemon suffers an on air meltdown after a guest from the Heritage Foundation argued that homosexual marriage is not legal. Ryan Anderson’s rebuttal to the prohomosexual duo’s regurgitated gay marriage talking points was that there is no law criminalizing homosexual marriage. Thus, gays are free to do as they wish. But Lemon could barely contain his composure and lost any semblance professionalism because factually and logically Anderson was right. The behavior of Lemon, who was molested as a boy by another homosexual, personifies the liberal media’s hypocrisy and bias on self serving issues like homosexuality and abortion.
Judge for yourself. The lesbian minister from the Metropolitan Community Church talks as if religion and relationships are like picking what type of candy you like at the supermarket check out line. Maybe gay religion is like a box of chocolates?
All humor aside, is there anyway to qualify whether a relationship is good or bad? Does the scripture leave it up to the individual to decide what is “natural” to them? Are Christians given the freedom to define what sexual relationship is acceptable and unacceptable? Standards exist in every facet of life: home, government, education, law, even the arts. Contestants can’t even remain on American Idol for long if a certain standard of entertainment –and talent– isn’t maintained. Yet, the gay christian movement would have the church believe that homosexual relationships are somehow just…exempt. GCM Watch would like to issue a 7 day challenge any member of the gay christian movement to please submit a list of criteria whereby we may adequately judge the validity of homosexual relationships.
Gay theology is rooted in an old heresy. As we explained before, antinomianists argued their exemption from moral conduct and restrictions on the basis of grace. It allowed them to do whatever was “natural” in their ideological habitat and still claim relationship with Christ. Antinomianists assert that salvation is based on faith in God and therefore obedience to God’s law is not necessary at any stage in a Christian’s life. Reportedly, it was the Christian reformer Martin Luther who first used this expression, antinomianism, to refer to the views of his friend, Johannes Agricola, in the sixteenth century. Agricola taught that the moral law of God was in no way binding upon those who are justified by faith alone. Johannes Agricola taught Christians are entirely free from the moral law of God. This is completely false and has no scriptural basis.
In fairness, antinomianism is not exclusive to gay christianity, but it is personified most in gay christianity. According to Christian theologian Dr J.I. Packer’s view of antinominianism, its adherents elevate following the “spirit” above scripture thereby creating an easy out from moral restrictions.
“What matters is not what the Scripture tells me. I am a spiritual person, filled with the Holy Spirit. I am above the law of the Scripture. I am led by the Spirit, and the Spirit overrules the Scripture. The Spirit can even contradict the Scripture. I am a spiritual Christian, and I am led by the Spirit. I do what the Spirit tells me, and I don’t worry about the Holy Scriptures.”
Perhaps you remember the United Church of Christ’s “God is still speaking” and “dont place a period where God has placed a comma” mantra, which draws heavily from antinominic ideology.
Applicable scriptures: Judges 21:25, Romans 6:1, Titus 2:11, 1 John 3:4-7, Jude 4.
This story is a repost from June 2007 archives.
David Kyle Foster dismantles the ludicrous logic of gay activists who use seriously flawed logic to deny healing from homosexuality and the believer’s obligation to RESIST all temptation. Resisting temptation, no matter what it is, is an act of submissive obedience to the will of God. Watch, listen and be empowered.
The videos of a Detroit bishop shown physically mounting two men laying face down in a church “consecration” service wants them removed according to a Fox News station.
Bishop Wayne T. Jackson says that insults left on his Facebook page have “been a main attack on homosexuals.”
The video taken in August at Jackson’s Impact Ministries International shows him praying while lying atop new bishops who are on the floor, clothed and covered in white clothes.
Jackson says he has been holding the ordinations since 1998. He wants to have the video removed from the popular YouTube site.
Washington, D.C.-based National Black Church Initiative president The Rev. Anthony Evans says the practice is unusual and offensive, but Jackson “has a right to develop any ceremony he chooses.
Its unclear what Jackson is referring to by “a main attack on homosexuals.”
Jackson had sparked nationwide outrage and disgust after thousands of people viewed the video. Despite aggressive attempts to stomp out the video online, it multiplied quickly. The video was originally posted on Youtube by the one of the men who participated in the practice called “full body covering”.