Teaching teens to rebuke satan’s lie about homosexuality

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  1. Besides the poor audio – I thought when she hit the devil in the head with the Bible that was pure funny!

    1. We are no match for Satan, make no mistake, folks can “rebuke the Devil” till the cows come home – it ain’t gonna work. Our weapon is the Bible – just as this teen used!

    2. When we seek to live Holy lives – we gain assurance in all we do. Not prefection, but great assurance and the God given ability to discern evil from holy, good from wicked, right from wrong.

    3. I am a little hesitant to support some of the language in this clip – mainly – I rebuke you satan in the name of Jesus. This really is nonsense and can lead to a false sense of security and some sort of idea that we need to say something to defeat satan etc..

    God’s word, holy living, no worries…. 🙂 Satan can’t touch me bro! We have been bought and paid for!

  2. Mark,

    I do have a bone of contention with your premise. If you are truly saved and filled with the Holy Ghost I see no reason as to why you would emphatically need the Bible to rebuke any demonic entity. This is not to say the Bible is not the inerrant word of God which it obviously clearly is but I can attest to my own life that rebuking a demonic presence in the mighty name of Jesus has worked for me many times.

    Kyle

  3. The video is a noble idea of how to deal with temptation and peer pressure– but the the enemy comes in the flesh form of peer pressure from high school classmates, college roommates, and MTV/BET today–not a guy with the costume! I would like to see a demonstration of this young lady taking a stand for righteousness against peer pressure from a peer (female friend or boyfriend).

    I guest the author of the video is attempting to show how to deal with the enemy when he plants thoughts, temptations, etc.

    Being positive–it’s a start.

  4. I thought the video was very creative and outreach oriented.

    Of course you cant really “show” satan and I think they know that. The guy in the mask was just a representation that a lot of unsaved kids probably recognize.

    Mark the bible tells us to rebuke satan in Jesus name.
    Look at Jude 9

    From Gotquestions.org:

    Michael, likely the most powerful of all of God’s angels, did not rebuke Satan in his own power, but said, “The Lord rebuke you!” Revelation 12:7-8 records that in the end times, Michael will defeat Satan. Still, when it came to his conflict with Satan, Michael rebuked Satan in God’s name and authority, not his own. It is only through our relationship with Jesus Christ that we, as Christians, have any authority over Satan and his demons. It is only in His Name that our rebuke has any power.

    And it looks like they sort of reenacted the wilderness temptation story with an update.

  5. gcmw,
    Jude 9 – even Michael – the archangel when face to face with Satan did what? Said “The Lord rebuke you” – not even the archangel Michael did, but he called on the Lord. Michael most assuredly appealed to the Lord. If believers were ever face to face with Satan – without any appeal to God, i.e standing steadfast in His word, we loose, no contest.

    My point is made even more clear by Kyle’s comment – If you are truly saved and filled with the Holy Ghost I see no reason as to why you would emphatically need the Bible to rebuke any demonic entity… but I can attest to my own life that rebuking a demonic presence in the mighty name of Jesus has worked for me many times.

    Without God’s word you have nothing – did Paul ever rebuke Satan in Jesus’ name? No. Did Paul “rebuke” Satan to get rid of the thorn? No. There is not one NT verse that calls believers to “rebuke” Satan in Jesus name, not one.

    Kyle you may see the results of such personal experiences as your rebuking – but it had nothing to do with you. God communicates to us through His word – any “rebuking” you did was pointless. Believers have no authority over Satan, never have. You have one course when dealing with Temptation – putting on the full armor of God (Ephisians 6:13)! You also have one course with dealing with demons – God’s word! Any “sensory” type evidence you have had, no matter how powerful in your eyes should never pull you away from the Truth of God’s word.

    Lastly, not every temptation comes from Satan. Our flesh alone will tempt us. More importantly, it doesn’t even matter – the response is the same – RESIST! No one can imprison or kill God’s word. The ONLY person that can rebuke Satan is God. That is what Jude v. 9 teaches us. The Gospel of Christ is the ONLY power you need.

    IMHO, rebuking Satan is non sense for believers, and not supported by scripture. Persuing Holy living in God’s word – is what believers need. If more folks feared God more than Satan, they would be closer to the Truth. Satan can’t touch a believer, nor have any demonic authority over them or living in them.

    No disresect intended.

  6. These children need our help badly. In my own community the teens are saying that they see nothing wrong with being homosexual. I have showed them what the word of God says regarding it and they go home tell their unsaved parents and the parents give them their own opinion and so the child comes back confused and repeat what the parents have told. them. I will keep telling them anyway and interceding for them because I know that it is on their mind now regardless of what the parent has told them, because the parent has not given any biblical proof to them I have. There is one girl in particular who now runs when she sees my twenty year old daughter who has witnessed to her and is still praying for her. This child literally ran away when she saw my two daughter coming. This girl used to be at our home every day. She used to spend the night, eat there and go to church with us. Now since she started her new school and met this lesbian teen she runs. Her mother doesn’t do anything about it she says as long as her daughter is happy, because she, the mom just wants to work and keep her child out of her hair. We’re praing for the mother too. The thing about it is that we still treat her with love, but she knows our stance on this so she is avoiding us . Let us pray for all the young people. I believe the movie Saved had a big impact on the minds of our teen. If you have never seen it watch it you will say WOW! so that’s what really started it all. I watched it this past weekend, thinking one thing and got something totally different and all I could say was WOW!

  7. Jesus was totally silent about homosexuality. Yet, he condemned divorce in the strongest possible terms.

    This is reversed by most Christians today. They do not say a word about divorce (Ronald Reagan, for example hero of the Christian Conservatives, was divorced-imagine if he had been queer!) and insist that homosexuality is against the teachings of Jesus.

    This is revising the Gospels to suit your own childish prejudices.

  8. This will be a video I’m adding to my video collection! I liked it very much and yes, I do agree with Mark that “rebuking Satan” by words does nothing by itself. But in this video, this young lady is using the word of God and the enemy was clearly her personal battle with this young lady. She said during her phone call, “I don’t know.” A personal inward battle was her challenge.

    I took Satan to represent her consciousness, her inward battles with homosexuality. But she overcame satanic thoughts with the word of God.

    The best way we can “rebuke Satan” is by resisting him, as the scriptures said in James 4:7 – Submit yourselves, then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. And also in Ephesians 6:11 Put on the full armor of God so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes.

    Ephesians chapter 6 breaks it down on what the full armor of God is that we need to put on in order stand against the devil! (For the newbie reading this comment and not aware of how to truly resist Satan).

    Thanks for sharing this video Pastor D and onto my website it will go!

  9. If thats what Mark was meaning in terms of just saying the words, then yes that will do nothing at all.

    Although when rebuked in concert with right relationship with God, the Bible declares that satan will “flee from you”.

    Jesus rebuked satan several times in his ministry and we are to do the same. Not as a religious exercise lest we meet the same fate of the sons of Sceva.

    I dont think that the vid was trying to convey that without using the power of the written word against satan as Jesus did in the wilderness temptation. And kids (who maybe are not as spiritually astute as you Mark) need to know they are not helpless in this struggle against “he that is in the world.”

    Thanks Carlotta for bringing that point out.

  10. Pastor Foster,

    Thank you for clarifying my point in regards to rebuking. I didn’t want to waste precious bandwidth over parsing of words.

    Kyle

  11. sorry, I thought I was clear – if by rebuking you mean resist tempation by standing steadfast in His Word – the Truth, yes we are called to do just that.

    If you mean to say believers are scriptually called to rebuke satan in Jesus’ name – no.

    Our children need to know they need not fear Satan, God has their back – forever. As mature believers we would understand we have no authority over Satan – only God does, that is why we resist temptation by putting on the full armor of God, His word, nothing else.

    Todd Bentley thinks he can heal people, cast out demons, and rebuke Satan, maybe that’s why I think it is important how we teach our children (this video used God’s word – perfect! ) – the rebuking stuff is no good IMHO. sorry if I am taking up bandwidth, I never considered it to be that precious. 😉

    Blessings!

  12. Mark, you need to offer some sort of scripture to support your claim that rebuking satan in the name of Jesus verbally is “no good”.

    Thats the only way we can truly evaluate whether or not your claim is a personal preference/opinion or actually scriptural.

    I dont think the issue (in the video) is whether or not kids (or Christians as a whole) should fear satan, the issue raised by you is whether rebuking satan in Jesus name verbally is valid and scriptural and effective means of dealing with satan’s temptations.

  13. Steve, have you considered 1 Corinthians 6:9 & 10 (…Do not be deceived (misled): neither the impure and immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor those who participate in homosexuality, nor cheats (swindlers and thieves), nor greedy graspers, nor drunkards, nor foulmouthed revilers and slanderers, nor extortioners and robbers will inherit or have any share in the kingdom of God.) These words came from the Apostle Paul, insprired by God Himself, the Father of Jesus.

    These and other scriptures speak directly against sodomy (to which homosexuality is classified). This blog’s focus is on the so-called “gay christian movement,” and as such, is a very appropriate area to discuss what you mis-state and consider as “childish prejudices.”

    The bottom line is that you seem to fail at distinguishing identity with behavior. This is the crux of the ENTIRE GLBT push to “normalize” unnatural behavior. Although Jesus Himself may not have personally condenmed this behavior, God the Father did.

  14. N’ Cantina great point. If this was a blog about gardening why would someone come here and accuse me of not talking about sports?

    I just dont get that. People come here (and clearly see the title of the blog) and grumpily complain that we dont talk about divorce, lying, stealing and heterosexual sin.

    Thousands of blogs are single issue blogs in which their the main content deals with the chosen subject. Out of the hundreds of gay blogs on the net none of them talk about other issues other than gay but I would bet Steve hasnt complained once to them. Now, how childish is that?

    And its apparent Steve has not taken time to read or study, because Jesus said much more about homosexuality than you think.

  15. DL,
    That is a good point. I would offer you this, where in the scripture is a believer ever told or recorded to “rebuke Satan”? I don’t see any evidence my friend.

    I would say the balance between our effort and God’s is throughout scripture, but never (not to my knowledge) does scripture say a believer has any Authority over Satan – thus rebuking Satan is not supported.

    In Christ we have instant deliverance from Satan –
    Col 1:13 For He rescued us from the domain of darkness, and transferred us to the kingdom of His beloved Son,
    14 in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.

    If such rebuking cannot be found in any NT instructions why did God not mention them in say Ephesians 6? Resisting temptation – spiritual warfare, has everything to do with spiritual character – standing in God’s Truth (His Word). It is never a technique or a “I rebuke you satan”.

    Did Paul ever Rebuke Satan? No. See 1 Thessalonians 2: 18 For we wanted to come to you–I, Paul, more than once–and yet Satan hindered us.

    Did Paul say “I rebuke you Satan”? No, in fact I would submitt that Paul did exactly what we are to do, protect ourselves by holy living, not power struggles with Satan. Romans 13:12-14 12 The night is almost gone, and the day is near Therefore let us lay aside the deeds of darkness and put on the armor of light.

    13Let us behave properly as in the day, not in carousing and drunkenness, not in sexual promiscuity and sensuality, not in strife and jealousy.

    14But put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh in regard to its lusts.

    Also see
    Proverbs 30:5 Every word of God is tested;
    He is a shield to those who take refuge in Him.
    6 Do not add to His words
    Or He will reprove you, and you will be proved a liar.

    Believers have no authority over Satan, to rebuke him is misleading IMHO. God’s word (Truth) is all one needs to stand in to resist tempation.

    Job also never rebuked Satan.

  16. Although Jesus Himself may not have personally condenmed this behavior, God the Father did.

    N’Catina – they (God and Jesus) are one and eternal. thus is His word. 🙂

    GCMW: That’s more of that red letter nonsense the gay christian movement likes to use. That’s not even a logical foundation to argue from.

  17. Steve,
    I tried to leave your point alone and be nice but I just couldn’t.

    This is what JESUS said about divorce and homosexuality:

    (Matthew 5:32 (English Standard Version)
    A) But I say to you that everyone who divorces his wife, except on the ground of sexual immorality, makes her commit adultery, and(B) whoever marries a divorced woman commits adultery.

    Homosexuality is indeed sexual immorality. So is fornication, adultery, bestiality…etc. In the LORD’s eyes all sin is wicked. So to say that the LORD JESUS was “totally silent” about homosexuality is less than accurate.

  18. I apologize if this is not the appropriate forum; you all would know better than I. Please let me respond most briefly.

    N’Catina offers me the words of Paul, not Jesus. Indeed, Paul was clear on the subject, as he was on the silence of women in church. Paul was not the Son of God. Gcmwatch simply asserts that Jesus “said much more” on homosexuality than I think. As the most poorly educated among you knows, Gcmwatch is wrong. Prayrwarrior simply asserts that Jesus believed homosexuality to be immorality, without offering any scriptural reference. Why? Because there is none.

    Had you all not heard that before? You should read the Bible.

    GCMW: Steve, Jesus is both the logos and the rhema. John 1:1 that means that the scriptures cannot be divorced from Jesus. Nor can Jesus be separated from what is written in the OT. Jesus came not to destroy the law, but to fulfill it. Meaning that everything that was wrong since the beginning is still wrong, its just that the penalty has been paid with the shedding of Christ blood. But it does not erase its inherernt sinfulness. Thus, all scripture which bears witness to the sinfulness of homosexuality is directly from Jesus.

    We have discussed before how that is not even a logical defense to use. The silence of Jesus defense if applied to pedophilia would be laughed to scorn.

  19. GCMW: That’s more of that red letter nonsense the gay christian movement likes to use. That’s not even a logical foundation to argue from.

    ahem, what? That Jesus and God are one and eternal? and thus is His word? or are you refering to N’Cantina’s comment I responded to?

  20. No, Mark… the “Jesus said nothing about homosexuality.” from Steve’s comment I think that’s what N’Cantina was referring to and you responded to.

  21. Pastor Foster, I wasn’t going to reply…..but

    Well said;-)
    GCMW:John 1:1 that means that the scriptures cannot be divorced from Jesus. Nor can Jesus be separated from what is written in the OT. Jesus came not to destroy the law, but to fulfill it. Meaning that everything that was wrong since the beginning is still wrong, its just that the penalty has been paid with the shedding of Christ blood. But it does not erase its inherernt sinfulness. Thus, all scripture which bears witness to the sinfulness of homosexuality is directly from Jesus.

    And the video is simple and not to be torn apart to see how it works. The message is simple.

  22. There is apparently some interest in this issue, so I’ll respond to GCMW, who wrote: “We have discussed before how that is not even a logical defense to use. The silence of Jesus defense if applied to pedophilia would be laughed to scorn”

    Indeed it would.

    But we are not discussing a web site set up to monitor Christian pedophiles, are we? Do Christians argue pedophilia is okay? Of course not. No, we are discussing your web site, set up to monitor Christians who argue homosexuality should be accepted by other Christians. (See the difference?) Yet you apparently know nothing about what Jesus has to say on the subject. I am rather shocked, actually.

    For all those among you who are interested in what the Bible actually says, please read on.

    Some questions:

    Why didn’t Jesus say that He was abolishing all the rules in the Old Testament EXCEPT the rule against homosexual intercourse?

    Why didn’t He distinguish between His forgiving the woman brought to him in adultery (“Let him who is without sin cast the first stone”) and His wanting to continue to hold homosexuality against people?

    Why didn’t He say anything about how homosexual marriage would defile the sanctity of the relationship of man and woman?

    Why didn’t He say anything?

    Did He just keep forgetting to mention it?

    Of course, there are apparent criticisms of homosexuality in the Bible. But do you have any what they mean, or do you just use them as a fig leaf for your own prejudices?

    To paraphrase Rowland Croucher,

    Leviticus 18:22, 20:13 and Romans 1:26-27 condemn homosexual activity. But lending money at interest, having sexual intercourse during a woman’s menstrual period etc. are also condemned; slavery and polygamy are condoned in the Bible. How consistent do you want to be?

    As for 1 Corinthians 6:9 and 1 Timothy 1:10, are you sure they’re about homosexual practice? Or do they talk about promiscuity and prostitution – sex for payment?

    “What about Sodom!”, you say?

    You should perhaps know that the issue was gang-rape(as in Judges 19-21) , not homosexuality. Every time Sodom is referred to in the OT and apocryphal books – and in the one Gospel reference, Luke 10:10-12 – it’s never in connection with homosexuality. In Ezekiel 16:49 for example, Sodom’s sins are pride, materialism, idleness or being uncaring.

    Please remember, dear Christians, about what Peter (4:17) said about the sin of judgment beginning in the house of God.

  23. Steve,
    Judges 19-21 – the issue was gang rape you say?

    no, that would be verse 25 In those days there was no king in Israel; everyone did what was right in his
    own eyes.

    summary:
    100% of the verses addressing homosexual behavior denounce it as sin in the strongest possible terms.

    100% of the verses referencing God’s ideal for marriage involve one man and one woman.

    100% of the verses referencing parenting involve moms and dads with unique roles (or at least a set of male and female parents guiding the children).

    0% of 31,102 Bible verses refer to homosexual behavior in a positive or even benign way or even hint at the acceptability of homosexual unions.

  24. After seeing the latest set of responses, DL, I will offer these scriptures to you: Titus 3: 9 – 11 (avoiding foolish arguments with divisive people); 2 Timothy 3:6 – 7 (people swayed w/evil desires; always “learning” but never acknowledging truth).

    It’s quite clear that Steve and SGSnow are more interested in causing peripheral controversies, looking to defray the BIBLICAL condemnation of homosexuality to other sinful items. I have said time and again that those involved in homsexuality, lesbianism, bi-sexuality are taking on DEVIATE, DISGUSTING, UNNATUAL activity and MAKING IT AN IDENTITY. It is at this juncture that conjecture, semantics and emotionalism regarding saints supposedly skirting the issue will come forth on other topics regarding sin. This is designed to be presented as hypocrisy agianst saints as we confront the behavior that God has clearly called an abomination. All manner of truth surrounding this item has been abandoned by apologists for homosexuals AND THEY KNOW IT.

    DL, you have done well in responding to these “queries” in truth to the matter of focus. As you have done so, and with semantics given as responses in return, I believe it’s best to let sleeping dogs lie. Additional responses to them and others clearly not interested in learning truth will only lead to further confusion to those really looking for AND embracing truth in which God has already set forth.

  25. Hi Mark,

    We will agree to disagree about Judges.

    Tell, me, do you seek to honor these verses?

    DEUTERONOMY 22:13-21
If it is discovered that a bride is not a virgin, the Bible demands that she be executed by stoning immediately.
    DEUTERONOMY 22:22
If a married person has sex with someone else’s husband or wife, the Bible commands that both adulterers be stoned to death.
    MARK 10:1-12
Divorce is strictly forbidden in both Testaments, as is remarriage of anyone who has been divorced.
    LEVITICUS 18:19
The Bible forbids a married couple from having sexual intercourse during a woman’s period. If they disobey, both shall be executed.
    MARK 12:18-27
If a man dies childless, his widow is ordered by biblical law to have intercourse with each of his brothers in turn until she bears her deceased husband a male heir.
    DEUTERONOMY 25:11-12
If a man gets into a fight with another man and his wife seeks to rescue her husband by grabbing the enemy’s genitals, her hand shall be cut off and no pity shall be shown her.

  26. N’Cantina, do you seek to observe these injunctions?

    Why are you all so interested in homosexual Christians? Why no interest in Christians who perform, or do not perform, the sexual acts mentioned in my post above?

  27. Steve, you cant possibly be serious. This is a joke right?

    The scriptures you cited do not (theyre not intended to) alter a core biblical truth about homosexuality. It is sin and always will be.

    You can list 600 other sins and moan about no one is interested in talking about them, and when the smoke clears, homosexuality will still be a sin.

    It would be nice for you to take some time and read and see that we have soundly refuted all of these rather childish attempts to discredit God’s truth. Which by the way have come from gay christians. I have never seen a group of people work so hard to erase something that cannot be changed and yet claim to love God who decreed it. That’s about as treacherous as you can get. And generally anytime a gay christian like yourself starts trying to use God’s eternal word to obfuscate truth, it never fails that the foolishness of it all grows so weary so quickly. Its like a cycle of foolishness.

    Soon we will have to say goodbye.

  28. I think a web site – (this very one!) devoted to defending and sharing God’s eternal Word (Truth) is only “misguided” to those who hate the Light, the Truth, and quite frankly Jesus Christ.

    Steve, you have more in common with King Herod than you know. Remember – Jesus was silent when Herod questioned Jesus. I call that an act of mercy – the more Truth he rejected the greater God’s wrath would be upon him. You sir need to repent.

  29. sqsnow Please go read ur Bible again U have clearly closed ur mind to what God said. U know it’s in there. I didn’t say it God did. U can interpret it otherwise if u want to but God’s word shall remain the same. U know it’s in there, u know it is, because He DID say it U know it’s in there LOL!!!!!!!! That’s all I have to say LOL!!!!

  30. Steve,

    Lets get right down to brass tacks shall we. Your body parts are conducive to sexual intercourse between a man and a woman. Any other sexual acts are clearly not designed for each other. It shouldn’t be a big surprise why Homosexuals are more likely to contract diseases. Real simple! Fissures within the colon are created making small pools of blood and opening up the body to all forms of diseases and microbial’s within the once “sealed” lining. Why wouldn’t God created a system conducive to this behavior if it is so right in your eyes?

    Next lets look at purpose and design. A woman produces a menstrual cycle each month for the purpose of what? So a new egg and uterine lining is available for the possibility of conception.

    #1. Look at your body parts
    #2. Go read a 10th grade biology book
    #3. Report back once you understand the functions of your parts.

    Next I want to dispel some counter points of the Homosexual agenda.

    Many argue that it’s obvious by our design that sexual intercourse, albeit pleasurable was clearly designed for producing children.

    Homosexual response: Well, many straight couples can’t have children nor do elderly straight couples therefore what’s wrong with homosexuality?

    Answer: Older couples “understand” that there beyond their “once” capable reproductive years and probably reproduced at one time and created a family with a Mom, Dad, and children. Also, heterosexual couples usually are shocked, dismayed, and saddened by the fact they can not have children. Homosexuals pretty much understand that what they do will NEVER produce children. No shock there.

    Another point regarding your false pretense regarding the woman by the well. You failed to follow up with the next verse that said, “Go and sin no more”. Hey Steve what did our Lord mean by that?

    Steve shall I go on. Here is another lie from the homosexual movement.

    Why should you care whom I love? It has no bearing on you.

    Oh really! I’m a Gen xer and I can tell you what the homosexual movement has produced in my generation and the subsequent Gen Y. Homosexual experimentation running rampant. But to you it’s not a choice but being born that way. If that were true then why so much sexual experimentation since the 1990s to present. Oh believe me Steve I graduated college in 2001 and I can tell you first hand what your whole movement has brought to this and the younger generation.

    You see Steve you keep trying to throw up these softball responses which lack any real hard core facts. Why don’t you man up and address my questions.

    Kyle

  31. sgsnow, please. The last time I checked, Matthew 5:32 is a Biblical passage. It is in the Bible. So is Leviticus 18:22, 20:13 and Romans 1:26-27. These are all pointing to a central truth: Homosexuality is a sin.It is an abomination. What other “Scriptural reference” do you require?!? The truth of the matter is: The Scriptural references already given to you are very convicting of the lifestyle you have chosen to adapt. Given that and your defensive retorts and incorrect exegesis of the text, I would conclude that you have decided to embrace your sin; which is entirely up to you. You said “Please remember, dear Christians, about what Peter (4:17) said about the sin of judgment beginning in the house of God.” This is no sin; actually what was said here refers to the LORD’s coming judgment of our unconfessed sins, being that we are the house of GOD. This has nothing to do with Christians judging fellow Christians, which is how I think you meant to interpret it.

  32. sgsnow,

    You need to read the 58th verse of the 9th chapter of Ezekial which is well in context with the verses you wrote: Ezekial 9:58 “You bear the penalty of your lewdness and your abominations; declares the LORD.” This does not only refer to the attempted rape. Would the LORD destroy both cities for an isolated incident? Those who use the partial verse reference from Ezekial never scroll down to see the full content of the LORD’s word to Israel through the prophet. Pride and the lack of hospitality do not fit the description.

  33. Please, at least consider reading the Bible?

    We did Steve, and what did we come up with…?

    100% of the verses addressing homosexual behavior denounce it as sin in the strongest possible terms.

    100% of the verses referencing God’s ideal for marriage involve one man and one woman.

    100% of the verses referencing parenting involve moms and dads with unique roles (or at least a set of male and female parents guiding the children).

    0% of 31,102 Bible verses refer to homosexual behavior in a positive or even benign way or even hint at the acceptability of homosexual unions.

    Good Lord man, looking “silly” by now should be no stranger to you.

  34. Unfortunately as you can see, allowing people like sgsnow carries a certain amount of risk. Particularly that we have to (1) rehash old information we have already covered in great detail (2) such unfruitful comments generally are digressive in nature and detract from our goal of promoting good, sound theological exchange (3) keep us from the intent of the post which is to discuss the content of the post at hand.

    Because sgsnow has been insistently disruptive, we’ve revoked his posting priveleges.
    Our apologies.

  35. IC,

    You beat me to it. LOL!

    But YES Pastor Foster Steve is clearly showing who he really is not only by denying Jesus Christ as the only way but also avoiding the questions on homosexuality. Sigh!

    Kyle

  36. Right, Kyle and IC, thats a proven pattern among those types. Their intent is not to uncover truth but to sow dissension and confusion with endless, meaningless questions. Anyone with a heart for God’s truth will acknowledge it when it comes to light. But let Steve’s comments stand to show that those in the gay christian movement are simply worshipping the god of their flesh.

  37. Reprobates will not ever reply straight up to the that question. They go argh!!!!!!!!!!!! when they are asked to confess Jesus

  38. If it doesn’t fit and it doesn’t it doesn’t go there man for woman and woman for man there is no in between with God. They know it’s wrong, they know it, but they want to do it because they love it so

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