John MacArthur On The Gay Agenda And God’s Plan For It

In this article over at Pulpit Magazine John MacArthur addresses the issue from a biblical perspective.  Should there be any other way?  Here are a couple quotes:

How should you respond to the success of the gay agenda? Should you accept the recent trend toward tolerance? Or should you side with those who exclude homosexuals with hostility and disdain?

In reality, the Bible calls for a balance between what some people think are two opposing reactions—condemnation and compassion. Really, the two together are essential elements of biblical love, and that’s something the homosexual sinner desperately needs.

And

Why does God condemn homosexuality? Because it overturns God’s fundamental design for human relationships—a design that pictures the complementary relationship between a man and a woman (Genesis 2:18-25; Matthew 19:4-6; Ephesians 5:22-33).

And

As a Christian, you must not compromise what the Bible says about homosexuality—ever. No matter how much you desire to be compassionate to the homosexual, your first sympathies belong to the Lord and to the exaltation of His righteousness. Homosexuals stand in defiant rebellion against the will of their Creator who from the beginning “made them male and female” (Matthew 19:4).

There are more very good quotes I could add.  Go and read the article.  It is worth your time.

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2 Responses to John MacArthur On The Gay Agenda And God’s Plan For It

  1. Priscilla says:

    Does anyone have quotes from the gay agenda re goals, or anything like that ? I heard someone talk on it some years ago, quoting one of their magazines about how they will “get” our children. That kind of thing. Something that reveals the hidden agendas ?
    also if you haven’t seen it….
    Young children being taught gay agenda

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  2. Tom Shelton says:

    Priscilla,

    I am sorry but I don’t know of anywhere to find the information you are looking for but hopefully someone else will.

    BTW, the video is SHOCKING to say the least.

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