Does the freedom of religion give us the right to support homosexuality?

If so, will God take this into consideration when he renders his judgement to us on Judgement Day?

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Mini John Canfield
While what was said is true, here is God's own desire for us.
Regarding homosexuality:
Completely contrary to God's desires for us to live in accordance with His will..

Gen13:13. Sodom and Gomorrah were utterly destroyed for their sin.
Gen 19:45

Do not...
Lev 18:22; Lev 20:13

How God views this activity, man's rebellion, doing what we want verses what has been commanded,

1st Cor 6:9, Gal 5:19-21

Malichi 3:6 I Jehovah DO NOT CHANGE!

Now we have the free will to live contrary to His will. We just do not want to accept the consequences. Very few if any say "We get it, The alternate lifestyle is against God's will and there will be a price to pay for my rebellion". No, the opposite is what is ranted and raved. God is love. (true) He will never condemn anyone because He is love (false) This is the lie to get others to join them. They think there is safety in numbers. Hell will be a crowded place for certain. The minority will reach heaven while the majority will reach hell. We are to believe God has had a change of heart about sin. He now regrets having destroy what educators tell us was nearly 1.5 million inhabitants of the region.
He has not.

Live the lifestyle. But do not expect to be treated any different than Sodom and Gomorrah because "you believe" God is loving and accepts the lifestyle. Suck it up. Be a man. Say out loud every day your creator gives you to live... Hell, here I come. and do it with a smile!

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Stringio Vincent Mercado Supporter Skeptic turned believer, Catholic, father of 3
We have to break homosexuality into 2 parts: the homosexual person and the homosexual act.

God commands us to love our neighbors, whoever they may be, regardless of race, religion, even sexual orientation. God is love, and therefore, as his creation, we are called to love. They must be accepted with respect, compassion, and sensitivity. Every sign of unjust discrimination in their regard should be avoided. These persons are called to fulfill God's will in their lives and, if they are Christians, to unite to the sacrifice of the Lord's Cross the difficulties they may encounter from their condition. We are to support the homosexual person.

God hates sin. The homosexual acts are sins, clearly described in scriptures and deeply frown upon by secular society. Homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered. They are contrary to the natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved. We are to reject the homosexual act.

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Andy  3 photo Andy Mangus I am a Christian since October 1979 & devoted truth seeker.
The very explicit story of homosexual sin in the Old Testament is one of 'detestable, deplorable and a "complete abomination unto the Lord" expose in scripture! To me, besides the heinous act (sin) of murder, the one sin that I feel is the most unacceptable type of sin in God's eyes is the acts of homosexuality! I know, I know..'all sin is sin is sin'...however, God did reveal to us in such language and scripture to really make his statement of 'un-acceptance' pertaining to "when a man lies with a man" and "a woman lies with a woman" to be "an abomination unto the Lord". 

And you know...His servant Lot was given the task by God to go to the cities of Sodom and Gemorrah and find "just one that is righteous" but alas he couldn't. And so...as we know God destroyed both cities along with their inhabitants with "fire and brimstone that reigned from the sky". 

Bottom line is this: 'homosexuality is unacceptable unto the Lord' and His rules of "you shall turn from your wicked ways and no longer do such things that are unacceptable in His sight, then if not, your soul will not inherit the Kingdom of Heaven". --Andy--

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Mini Gregory Tomlinson Minister, husband,father,grandfather,vet., college graduate
Does the freedom of religion give us the right to support homosexuality?
If so, will God take this into consideration when he renders his judgement to us on Judgement Day?

Yes the US constitution written by man does give the right to support homosexuality, No God will not take it into consideration.

If you support it you will be partaking in that evil deed. Eph.5:1-7, 2 John:5:22, 1Thomothy 5:22. Homosexuality or sodomy is a byproduct of: refusing or choosing to not retain the knowledge of God and holding the truth in unrighteousness. Romans 1:18-32 

This question comes often from the politically correct movement, which is self-righteousness and social vigilantism. It is a tool used to try and shame the believer and demonize God and His word. It is the fulfilling of the prophesy in 2 Thess. 2:3 the rebellion against His word.

Sodomy or Homosexuality is sexually immoral behavior. It is an act of the flesh just like adultery, fornication, pedophilia, necrophilia or bestiality it will prevent those who are bound by it from having their names written in the Lambs book of life. IT IS Absolutely NOT unforgivable, as believer if you support sin your name will be blotted out of the Book of Life.1thess. 4:1-8

It can be very hard to make your stand and be a light in an ever increasing dark and malevolent time, they hated Jesus first. Remember if you are ashamed of Him he will be ashamed of you, do not bend to social pressure the social media outlets are part of the devil’s end time strategy. 

He who called you did not call you to be social or moral vigilantes, the law has already condemned these acts and we are a beacon that points the way to the only escape. We are a light set on a hill, people can come to the light or throw rocks at that light the choice is theirs, stand true to yours. Prayers of strength and guidance go out to you. Maranatha!

March 07 2017 0 responses Vote Up Share Report

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