by Colin Campbell of Meat For Men – The Holy Institution of Marriage Under Attack
Editor’s note: Nancy Campbell’s other half sounds off on the situation in Alabama where although homosexual citizens are legally allowed to marry many jurisdictions in that state are refusing to comply with the law allowing their marriage. He proclaims at the end that his words are ‘not hate speech’
The homosexual marriage agenda continues to gain ground, now in 36 states of USA, the latest in Alabama which waits on a decision from the Supreme Court. We cannot help but wonder: where is the outrage from the Bible believing church? Many Christians must surely be concerned about how God feels about the moral implications and affect this evil has upon the so-called “Christian culture” of this nation.
Already, many churches are not prepared to speak out against this attack on the holy institution of marriage between one man and one woman. I fear that the present generation of children growing up in American churches will soon accept that homosexual marriage as acceptable and normal.
It is ludicrous to think that it is right and proper to denounce murder as a sin that cannot be tolerated, even though murderers may feel discriminated against or believe they are receiving hate speech or intolerance for what they have done. Without a doubt, to those who read their Bibles, all homosexuality is condemned as a serious sin. It is regarded by God as an abomination that brings cities and nations into God’s judgment if they do not repent.
This is not hate speech, but a genuine concern that the judgment of God will be averted from falling upon our nation.
America is weighed in the balances and found wanting.
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