Thursday, March 28, 2013

Homosexual Marriage: It's A Matter Of Who You Know

It's often said that people are more likely to support homosexual marriage, or the homosexual movement in general, if they know somebody who's homosexual and realize it. It's true that how you view homosexuality is largely a matter of who you know. It's not surprising if a nation deeply in love with sexual sin, and looking to ease its conscience by approving of other people who behave similarly (Romans 1:32), would keep broadening its definition of which sexual behavior is acceptable. We don't have much self-control. That's why we as a nation are more than sixteen trillion dollars in debt, have acquired more than 110,000,000 sexually transmitted infections, and have had tens of millions of abortions in recent decades, for example. Yes, it's largely a matter of who you know.

"You know neither me nor my Father; if you knew me, you would know my Father also." (John 8:19)


  1. That's why homosexual activists have occasionally joined churches for the purpose of coming out of the closet when some big decision comes up that hinges on the support of people in the church:

    "Sure the denomination is debating whether to support homosexual marriage, but we all know Joe and Fred. What nice young men. Who knew they were homosexual lovers? Why can't we support what they've been doing all along anyway? After all, we've been praying for Fred's mom and Joe's brother-in-law. They are one of us. Let's let the synod/conference/episcopate/convention/presbytery/diocese/whatever know that we want Joe and Fred to be able to be married."