Did Paul Condemn Homosexuality?

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This is Ken Ham, often a radio and TV program guest speaker on the Bible’s authority.

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Many Christian leaders are now claiming the Apostle Paul never condemned homosexuality in his New Testament letters. Instead, they say he was against abusive gay relationships, common in Roman culture.

Well, if Paul was accepting of loving gay relationships, why didn’t he just say that? If he was merely condemning abusive ones, why didn’t he write that? Why did he give a condemnation of homosexuality, which has been interpreted as a complete condemnation for 2,000 years? Is Scripture really that unclear?

To claim Paul was not condemning homosexual behavior, you must ignore a plain reading of the text. But we must let God’s Word speak to us, not twist it.

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