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Category Archives: The Bible

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The Truth About Sodom and Gomorrah

Most people seem to “know” that the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed by God because of homosexuality. Well, I haven’t been able to find the phrase, “homosexuality” anywhere in Genesis or Judges or anywhere else in the Bible refering to Sodom and Gomorrah.

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Living the Way of Truth

Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but by me.” (John 14:6) We all seek the truth. Whether we are Christian or not, gay or not, believers or not, we all want

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Romans: Exposing the Lie That Paul Condemns Homosexuality

Promoting Intimacy and Women-Centered Loving Sexuality and Exposing False Biblical Interpretations In Romans, Paul is warning that many were guilty of worshipping man instead of God and therefore was becoming an idol. The love for that idol is an unnatural love called lust. Some men

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Song of Solomon

This paper serves as an extended writing of an exegesis that I did for an Old Testament Bible class. The passage is taken from the Song of Solomon which contains the best love poetry anywhere in the Bible, as well as the most explicit statements

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Hosea: A Lesson for Today

Most people do not enjoy or endure tolerating unfaithfulness … especially in their most special and intimate relationships. This was historically true in the nation of Israel also. The Lord told the prophet Hosea to do something unique. This undoubtedly attracted much attention and ridicule.

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Bible Study: Jude 7 and Sodomy

Though several Bible texts deal with the sin of Sodom, only one text actually attributes a sexual sin to the destroyed city. That text is Jude 7. the fact that it took this long for a Bible writer to actually condemn Sodom for sexual reasons

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The True Story of Sodom and Gomorrah

Arguably, the story of Sodom and Gomorrah is the biblical story most often used to condemn homosexuality. Yet as popular as Genesis 19 is with religious zealots, this story is the weakest of all passages used against gays and lesbians. A close reading of the

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