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Reflections on a Homosexual Bible Study (Part IV)

Read Part I of "Reflections on a Homosexual Bible Study"Read Part II of "Reflections on a Homosexual Bible Study"Read Part III of "Reflections on a Homosexual Bible Study" So, we addressed the first part of Sodom’s sin. How about the second part? …[They] went and served other gods and adored them, gods whom they did […]

Reflections on a Homosexual Bible Study (Part III)

Read Part I of "Reflections on a Homosexual Bible Study" Read Part II of "Reflections on a Homosexual Bible Study" Finally, verses from the Old Testament were featured. First we studied the story of Lot and the men of Sodom in Genesis. The two angels reached Sodom in the evening, as Lot was sitting at […]

Reflections on a Homosexual Bible Study (Part II)

Read Part I of "Reflections on a Homosexual Bible Study". In the next four chapter sessions, same-sex conduct was defended. Almost every well-known section of the Bible that dealt with it was analyzed to divert attention from its homosexual aspects toward something else. Only after attempting to strip down inferred homosexual aspects of each Bible […]

Reflections on a Homosexual Bible Study (Part I)

Inspired by Funky’s recent exchange with Amba, I’ve decided to share my opinions regarding Christian acceptance of gays. At the University of Pittsburgh (aka Pitt), in the fall semester of 1999, I attended a bible study series sponsored by the Pitt Rainbow Alliance and lead by Dr. Michael Penn-Strah, a protestant minister from Pittsburgh’s Northside. […]