Since gay marriage is becoming legalized and the cause celebre’ of the liberal world, it makes sense that liberal christians would move to prop up a fake jesus which of course would go to gay weddings and bring gifts. The Jesus of the bible would have never given his consent to man’s expression of sin. When he was drawn into the controversy of the adulterous woman, he did not approve of her sin and neither did he condone her lawful punishment. He blended the two together and told her to sin no more. Perhaps if he had encountered a homosexual wedding or been drawn into the controversy (which according to the law would have meant death to the participants) he would have told them to go and sin no more. And I believe because of the mercy of Christ not to apply the law, the two homosexuals would have repented, separated and no longer engaged in that conduct, just like the adulterous woman did.
But in this video, gay christian the Rev. Peter Gomes (the same guy that preached twice at West Angeles COGIC) attempts to make the case that Jesus of the Bible would “support” homosexual marriage. Gomes attempts to recast homosexual marriage as something Jesus would approve of because it encourages “fidelity, loyalty and recreating the kingdom of God in two people.”
Really? Homosexuality recreates the kingdom of God in two people of the same gender? How could that happen when God styled Isreal as his wife (male-female model) in the Old Testament and Jesus styled the church as his bride (male-female model) in the New Testament? Where is scripture is there any reference whether implied or explicit which personifies God or Christ in a spiritual relationship with a male persona?
Rev. Gomes if you’re reading this the very act of homosexuality is a dead end sexual experience. It has no propensity to reproduce or recreate anything. All sin leads to and produces death (Prov 16:23). The wages of sin pay out death (Romans 6:23). Death is an enemy to God and his people (1 Cor 15:26). Why would any true saint want to participate in something which cannot produce anything but death? What about that is equal to the glorious life of and in the kingdom of God? This is not to argue spiritual superiority of heterosexuality but simply to note that homosexuality cannot recreate the kingdom of God unless you radically redefine what the kingdom of God is. Gomes may be masterful at recreating the truth, but not the kingdom of God.
Why would Jesus approve of something he (according to gay revisionists) never even mentioned in the Bible? Strangely, Gomes mentions the wedding of Cana where Jesus’ first miracle occurs as if it was some sort of downlow affair. He follows a familiar path gay christian apologists do: distort and brutalize scripture to make it fit their predetermined worldview.
The rest of Gomes’ recreating the truth video is located here.