Tag Archives: Homosexuality

Love Them All, Let God Sort Them Out

As Christians, we talk a lot about loving people. We say things such as, “Love the sinner but hate the sin.” Or, “Love the unlovable because God loved you when you were unlovable.” Personally, I like this one, “Love them all, let God sort them out!” But I think like a lot of Christian platitudes, […]

Why Sin Still Matters

I have a buddy that doesn’t believe there is such a thing as sin. He’s an admitted pagan – which I didn’t know actually existed anymore – so it shouldn’t be surprising coming from him. But when I hear those professing to be Christians say they don’t believe in sin, or at least some things […]

Trying to Find the Loophole

I was asked an interesting question by a friend on Facebook today in response to a post I put up from Tim Keller expertly explaining why punishment in the Old Testament is not how we act today. After reading the piece, which focused a bit on the OT punishment for homosexuality versus what our response […]

I Don’t Care, But God Does

I want to make a few things clear today for my more liberal friends: I don’t care who you love I don’t care what you do I don’t care what decisions you make for yourself Your life is not my business unless you try to make it my business And I don’t care if you […]

Being a Romans 12 Christian

I started teaching Romans 12 last night in our Wednesday Night Bible Study class. I’m using a 10-part series by Chip Ingram that is just outstanding. I love Romans 12 and I wanted to take a couple of minutes today to just focus on the first two verses today that could literally change your life! […]