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Lecrae Defends Homosexual, Lil’ Nas X and Blames Church for Mistreating “Gay Community”

by | Dec 20, 2023

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Lecrae, who once identified as a Christian rapper, has publicly declared his “deconstruction” from Christianity, embracing instead a belief system that is in direct opposition to biblical Christianity. He has even gone so far as to express a deep-seated aversion to quintessential Christian terms such as “Bible” and “discipleship,” stating that these words “trigger” him.

Over the past decade, Lecrae has turned his back on the Christian faith, which was once a hallmark of his music, embracing instead a worldview geared towards social justice activism under the guise of being “woke.” Notably, Lecrae was among the first self-professed Christians to adopt the term “woke” in the context of Donald Trump’s initial presidential campaign announcement before the 2016 election. Since then, the phrase “woke church” has gained traction, particularly among proponents of Critical Race Theory. Preachers like Eric Mason have been instrumental in popularizing this term.

In today’s landscape, it is this “woke church” worldview, which Lecrae now champions, that stands in stark contrast to traditional, biblical Christianity. Lecrae has veered so far away from Christianity that it’s amazing he even still claims to believe in Christ. In his latest podcast episode, he defends an open homosexual rapper, Lil’ Nas X, and claims that it is the Church that is to blame for “mistreating” the “gay community.”

Lecrae goes on to defend same-sex attraction, stating that people who are attracted to other people of the same sex can’t help it and that this desire is “not condemnable.” Essentially, Lecrae says he believes that men who desire to sodomize or desire to be sodomized by another man should not be “condemned.”

“I’m a firm believer that, you know, same-sex attraction is not a choice for everybody,” Lecrae said. “Um, and if you are born with a propensity or an attraction toward the same sex, that in and of itself is not condemnable. Like that’s not something you condemn someone for. And I think that’s what’s consistently happened in the churches.”

“People have said, Hey, I am attracted to the same sex. Oh, you’re going to hell. That’s not okay,” he said.

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