This article explains that homosexuality is unnatural and harmful, and arises from wrong thinking.
This article works through the charge against Christians that we pick and choose what Old Testament laws apply still today. Such a charge is often raised in the discussion over homosexuality. The author defends the view that the Old Testament is not a uniform landscape, but has a shape whose emphases and priorities are outlined and filled and fulfilled by Christ.
This article offers due consideration of several passages in Scripture that mention homosexuality: Genesis 19, Leviticus 18, Leviticus 20, Romans 1:18-32, 1 Corinthians 6:9-10, and 1 Timothy 1:8-10. Along the way the author often draws out the implications of the texts for our understanding of the issue. His conclusion is that Scripture forbids homosexual practices.
Why do some believe that homosexuality is not condemned in the Bible? This article evaluates three approaches that claim the Bible supports homosexuality, and shows how the church should respond.
This paper seeks to challenge the conviction that the Bible is obsolete when Christians seek for divine guidance in the matter of homosexuality. It re-examines some of the main texts and arguments commonly followed when the texts are applied. Texts considered include Genesis 19, Leviticus 18:22, Leviticus 20:13, Romans 1:26-27, 1 Corinthians 6:9, and 1Timothy 1:10.
This article engages with the notion that the Lord Jesus never addressed homosexuality in his ministry. It shows among other things how this is an argument from silence, it rests upon special pleading, and all of Scripture is the Word of Christ.
This article explores the commentary of the Lord Jesus on homosexuality. Was he concerned about it or not?
Various reasons are given to compel the church to accept homosexuality as normal, such as, "You must not judge, you must love others, you must forgive." This article evaluates these reasons, and shows that homosexuality is a sin.