The Bible And Same Sex Relationships Part 6 Leviticus The Holiness Code Ancient Sex Ethics And Abominations Futurechurchnow By Graeme Codrington


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Previous article in this series: Leviticus: The Holiness Code, Ancient Sex Ethics and Abominations Next article in this series: Male-Bedders - the meaning of 'arsenokoitai' Click here to see the index of the full series of blog posts on the issue of Christians, the Bible and homosexuality.. If you'd like to be alerted when a new post is uploaded, sign up for the Feedburner email alert Paul does not forbid male same-gender sexual activity in general. Nor is he saying anything about LGBT issues, same sex, loving relationships or same sex marriage. If Paul had wanted to condemn homosexual behavior in general, the word for it at the time was paiderasste. He chose a different word, because he had something else in mind.

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