Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Evangelists Say Bible Doesn't Condemn Homosexuality
by Bill White
The Bible, Old Testament and New, teaches very clearly about homosexuality.
"Thou shalt not lie with a man as with a woman. It is an abomination.” [Leviticus 18:22]
“If a man lies with a man as he lies with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination. They shall surely be put to death.” [Leviticus 20:13]
"The men, leaving the natural use of woman, burned in their lust for one another, men with men committing what was shameful, and receiving in themselves of the error which was due.” [Romans 1:27]
One would think those verses wouldn’t leave much room for interpretation, but in a bout of near Talmudic gymnastics, a number of supposedly “evangelical” groups are demanding that Judæo-Christians like the Southern Baptist Convention ”have conversations” about changing their meaning.
“You can be a faithful evangelical Christian and at the same time support civil marriage equality for same-sex couples.” Evangelicals for Marriage Equality said in a recent statement. The Human Rights Campaign, one of the groups behind the push, agreed. “We’re starting to have conversations that did not seem possible before
David Gushee, a Baptist “ethicist” has published a series of columns supporting acceptance of homosexuals, saying that the Biblical injunction to execute sexual perverts is actually a recommendation against sexual violence and promiscuity.
The Christian prohibition against homosexuality is based on the essential infertility of the act. In the ancient world, the Canaanites in particular and later other Semitic groups worshipped a triad of deities, called the Dionysius by the Greeks, who represented obliteration of the soul. One, called Mot in Canaan, Minn in Egypt, and Pan in Greece, was a flaming homosexual. He was always depicted with an erect phallus that couldn’t ejaculate, and was later adapted into the Hindu notion of Shiva.
The Dionysiac form of worship was diametrically opposed to the Christian form. Christ tried to lead into a oneness with their creator, and fertility and reproduction was part of that. But over time, an equation of the material world with the infernal led to Christian doctrines of infertility, a gateway to the entry of homosexuality into Church institutions.
Today, most Christian organizations in the United States have been corrupted by Judaism into One-World ecumenical religions that push the Zionist agenda here and internationally. Many worship the craftsman of the New World Order, not realizing that he is repudiated repeatedly in the Bible.
The result has been the embrace of cultural diseases like homosexuality. Social order requires differentiation and hierarchy. But the New World Order, in the name of establishing an international order, breaks down natural hierarchies within and among peoples. In doing do, it pretends to create a higher order while actually creating chaos.
Homosexuality itself is a psychological defect that is generally created by trauma, particularly the trauma of sexual abuse. Abused children become abusers, perpetuating the disease. In recent years, homosexuality has also been spread by the commercialization of sex.
Thus, the Rothschilds’ Wall Street Journal recently interviewed Danny Cortez. An unwanted immigrant, brought to the United States by the Judæo-Christians’ desire to eliminate national borders, Cortez became a Southern Baptist pastor 21 years ago. Recent Cortez declared that “I no longer saw the traditional understanding of Scripture as valid.” His 15-year-old son then declared himself gay. The Southern Baptist Convention then tossed Cortez’s church out.
While its not clear who was molesting Cortez’s son, the pastor with the effeminate smile seems unnaturally close to the boy in the Wall Street Journal photo.
How the conflict will play out with the Southern Baptists already more focused on Israel than the Father, turning further toward the pan-pipes and the serpent, or with them turning back toward the light, is unclear.
“We cannot revise the gospel we have received,” Russell Moore, head of the Southern Baptist Conventions and Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, told the media. “The goal is to start a conversation.”