Everybody knows the theological argument that homosexuals and their allies use to justify their sinful behaviors and to rebuke those who believe that homosexuality is incompatible with Christianity. Essentially, the argument goes like this: Jesus ate with sinners.
Yep, that’s it. That’s the argument, and whether they like theology or not, it’s a theological argument—albeit, a terrible one.
We would expect, however, a theologian as seasoned as the late Tim Keller to know better though, and when presented with such a terrible argument, we should expect him to at least offer some pushback. But nope, that didn’t happen. In fact, during a roundtable discussion with Russell Moore and several other theologically compromised people, they all agree on the point that simply “loving” homosexuals is enough to bring them to Christ.
So forget all that stuff you read in Romans 10 about people not being able to believe unless they hear the gospel from someone who has been sent to preach it to them. Forget about all that stuff about coming to faith by hearing the Word of God. Nope, none of that stuff is necessary—the Evangelical queer brigade has declared it so.
Honestly, neither Preston Sprinkle nor Tim Keller are this stupid. This is a gross distortion of the Scriptures and it’s clearly being used for nefarious purposes. The entire purpose of twisting the Scriptures in this way is to remove the stigma of gross sexually immoral behavior from society in order to allow people to further wallow in their sin without guilt or shame, leading to a situation where faith and repentance are unnecessary.
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