Truth & Lies about Homosexuality

The homosexual condition is characterized by a “suppression of the truth".  Paul mentioned this in his letter to the Romans, where he revealed many important spiritual insights concerning homosexuality (Romans 1:18-32).  To illustrate truth suppression, I've collected several of the common lies used to support or justify gay behavior.  The truth from the scriptures exposes and refutes these lies that are keeping people in bondage to sin (John 8:31-36).

Lies addressed in this page (click on link to see answer below):

  1. If you respond to homosexual stimulation, you are gay.

  2. Homosexuality is an inherited orientation / "I was born gay"

  3. God hates homosexuals

  4. Jesus didn’t say anything about homosexuality, so it proves that its ok

  5. Homosexuality is ok as long as the two partners are faithful in a monogamous relationship

  6. God doesn’t care what I do with my body

  7. If you’re gay, there’s no way to truly be changed to a heterosexual

  8. I can live out my gay fantasies on earth and God will forgive me when I get to heaven.

  9. Homosexuality was rare in Bible times and the Bible’s authors didn’t understand it

  10. Homosexuality is not a sin, but rather a gift and blessing from God

  11. Gay marriage will help gay couples finally gain the peace they’ve been searching for.

  12. Gay sexual acts are just as healthy as heterosexual acts.

  13. The Bible has no examples of people who were healed of homosexuality.

  14. Gay sex is better than heterosexual sex

  15. I can have peace with God without giving up gay sex acts.

  16. Sexuality is a curse.

  17. Gay acts are permissible when they are done within a loving relationship.

  18. Homosexuality was forbidden under Old Testament Law, just as was eating shellfish and pork.  Since Jesus did away with the Law, homosexuality is now OK with God.

  19. The Ten Commandments don’t address homosexuality, so this proves that it is permissible.

  20. David and Jonathan had a homosexual affair.

  21. Love did away with the laws of Moses.  As long as I’m living and acting in love (i.e. gay love),  I’m going to heaven.

  22. Anti-Gay theology is based on hate and conflicts with God’s command for Christians to love each other.   


Lie #1: If you respond to homosexual stimulation, you are gay.

Humans have a wonderful capacity for sexual pleasure. Our bodies are designed to respond to stimulation.  People who have been aroused by gay encounters or gay porn may be tempted to erroneously conclude that they are gay, when in fact their bodies are simply responding as they were designed to do. 

Lie #2: Homosexuality is an inherited orientation / "I was born gay"

Homosexual desires are examples of the sin nature that all people are born with (Romans 3:23).  While gay temptations may be very strong, they are not exempt from God’s law.  God gives us the responsibility to resist our sinful desires, and not allow them to rule over us (Genesis 4:6-7, Romans 6:11-14).  He gives us power and healing through the Holy Spirit so we can live as truly changed people, and not just pretend to be so (Romans 8:11-13, 2 Corinthians 5:17).  Claiming people are born gay is attempting to justify sin.  Using that rationale, people such as liars, hypocrites, thieves, child molesters and cannibals could also claim they "were born that way."  For further information on the born gay debate, visit NARTH on the web or Dr. David Foster's article.

Lie #3: God hates homosexuals

God loves every person (John 3:16).  He has made them in his image and likeness (Genesis 1:26-27).  What God hates is the sin that corrupts people’s hearts, enticing them to rebel against God. Because God loves us so much, he has placed many sobering warnings about homosexuality in the scriptures.  To those who will turn away from their sin practice, God offers mercy, forgiveness and healing through Jesus Christ (2 Chronicles 7:14, 1 Peter 2:24).

Lie #4: Jesus didn’t say anything about homosexuality, so it proves that its ok

Jesus upheld God’s original plan for human sexuality (i.e. sex in heterosexual marriage only), as stated in Genesis 2:20-24.  Jesus said, 6"But at the beginning of creation God 'made them male and female.' 7'For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, 8and the two will become one flesh.' So they are no longer two, but one. 9Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate" (Mark 10:6-9 NIV).  Common sense would suggest that had Jesus regarded homosexual activity as acceptable, he would have mentioned it at that point, since it would have been a radical departure from the traditional teaching.

From a legal perspective, Jesus addressed two important sections of God’s laws from the Old Testament:  the ceremonial laws and the moral laws.  Jesus satisfied the requirements of the ceremonial laws (the tabernacle system) through his death (Hebrews 9:8-14).    The moral laws, however, remained in effect.  Examples of the moral laws include the Ten Commandments and the sexual conduct laws. In the sermon on the mount (Matthew 5-7), Jesus taught extensively on our need to adhere to God’s moral laws in thought, word and deed.

Jesus taught that love for God is shown by keeping his commandments (John 14:21,23).  This included keeping the standards of sexual purity established in the Old Testament.  Since Jesus came to fulfill God’s law and not destroy it (Matthew 5:17-18), he could not have condoned homosexual acts that were specifically prohibited in the law.  The New Testament authors confirmed that homosexuality continued to be sin in several scriptures (1 Corinthians 6:9-10, Romans 1:24-28, 1 Timothy 1:8-11).

Lie #5: Homosexuality is ok as long as the two partners are faithful in a monogamous relationship

This notion is often used to justify other forms of fornication (i.e. sex before marriage) as well.  It is a perversion of heterosexual marriage, which is God’s best (and only) plan for human sexual relationships.  Sexual activity outside of heterosexual marriage, regardless of commitment, is always sin.  (see sex page for more info)

Lie #6: God doesn’t care what I do with my body

God cares very much about what we do with our bodies.  Through our faith in Christ, we have transferred “ownership” of our bodies to God.  Our bodies literally become temples for the Holy Spirit, and instruments for God’s purposes.  The Christian is called to resist sin’s impulses and dedicate his or her body to righteous uses.  Sexual sin is a way of desecrating the holy function of our bodies as temples of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 6:12-20).

Lie #7: If you’re gay, there’s no way to truly be changed to a heterosexual

God has the power to change and heal even the deepest parts of our sexuality.  Total healing and recovery of healthy sexuality IS possible with God’s help.  Jesus said, What is impossible with men is possible with God." (Luke 18:27 NIV).

There are several scriptures confirming that God’s power is able to change people into “new persons.” Examples include Romans 8:11-13, 2 Corinthians 5:17, Galatians 2:20, Ephesians 4:22-24.   Additionally, Paul mentioned people who were healed of homosexuality in 1 Corinthians 6:9-11.

Lie #8: I can live out my gay fantasies on earth and God will forgive me when I get to heaven.

This lie capitalizes on the idea that a person can use the blood of Jesus as a blank check to sin.  Paul wrote that we can not use God’s grace to justify practicing sin (Romans 6:14-18).  Hebrews 10:26-31 and Hebrews 6:4-8 warn that treating Christ’s blood as a vehicle for sin can void God’s forgiveness.  Please note that there is an important difference between falling in sin while honestly trying to live righteously and indulging in sin because one thinks he can get away with it.

God expects us to resist sin’s temptations (Genesis 4:6) and pursue righteousness in everything we do (1 Peter 2:24). He instructs us to restrain our imaginations from entertaining or acting out sinful thoughts (2 Corinthians 10:5).  Though we may not achieve perfection, our love for God will be reflected in our sincere desire and efforts to live by his commands.     

The devil often uses Hebrews 10:26-31 and Hebrews 6:4-8 to heap condemnation on people who are locked in sexual addiction and are repeatedly falling.  He tries to convince them that they have sinned beyond God’s forgiveness.  People in such situations should know that God loves them and will forgive them if they will turn from their evil ways.  He also is ready to help them receive healing in the root areas behind their habitual sin.

Lie #9: Homosexuality was rare in Bible times and the Bible’s authors didn’t understand it

Homosexuality was practiced throughout Bible history.  God clearly warned the Israelites against the homosexual activities characteristic of the people living in Canaan (Leviticus 18:3,22- 30, Leviticus 20:13,23-24 ).  Pagan religious practices often included homosexual prostitution (Deuteronomy 23:17-18, 1 Kings 14:24).  Groups of homosexuals roamed the streets of cities of Sodom (Genesis 19:4-13) and Gibeah (Judges 19-20), looking for men to rape.  The Apostle Paul mentioned homosexuality in his letter to the Romans, and shared tremendous insight concerning the spiritual roots involved with homosexual behavior (Romans 1:18-32).  Paul also mentioned homosexuals in his letters in 1 Timothy 1:8-11 and 1 Corinthians 6:9-11. 

Lie #10: Homosexuality is not a sin, but rather a gift and blessing from God

This lie is a complete reversal of what the scriptures teach about homosexuality.  Bible references defining homosexual acts as sin include 1 Corinthians 6:9-10, Romans 1:24-28, 1 Timothy 1:8-11, Leviticus 20:13 and Leviticus 18:22.  The truth is that pursuing homosexual impulses yields consequences that resemble the effects of a curse, not a blessing (see Romans 1:21-32 for examples).  These curse-like effects are things that people bring on themselves by their own wrong choices, not because God is trying to punish them. 

Lie #11: Gay marriage will help gay couples finally gain the peace they’ve been searching for.

The Bible never describes marriage as a union of same-sex partners.  It consistently describes marriage as a heterosexual union and provides all marriage and divorce instructions in heterosexual context (Leviticus 21:7,14, Ephesians 5:22-33, Proverbs 5:15-20, 1 Peter 3:7, 1 Corinthians 7:1-13, Titus 2:4-5, Matthew 5:31-32, Matthew 19:1-12, Mark 10:2-11, 1 Timothy 2:3,12).  It seems reasonable to expect that if God had intended same-sex marriages to exist, he would have provided instructions concerning it.

Since we see homosexual acts consistently described as sin in the scriptures, we can be certain that pursuing gay marriage will place a person at odds against God.  He or she will never find the peace that they are yearning for because they have embraced a carnal, sinful mindset (Romans 8:5-9).  Instead of having peace, they will find themselves always searching for fulfillment and affirmation.  The scriptures confirm this, as Isaiah wrote:  But the wicked are like the tossing sea, which cannot rest, whose waves cast up mire and mud. "There is no peace," says my God, "for the wicked." Isaiah 57:20-21 NIV   They will constantly try to convince themselves and others that their unnatural relationship (homosexual) is natural. 

Lie #12: Gay sexual acts are just as healthy as heterosexual acts.

There are a number of health risks associated with gay sex acts that increase a person’s risks of contracting AIDS, cancer, sexually transmitted diseases and other illnesses.   (see Gay Sex Health Risks (PDF file)).

Additionally, studies suggest that homosexual activity decreases a person’s average life expectancy, even if the person does not contract AIDS. For example, in a Canadian study published in Oxford University's International Journal of Epidemiology, researchers found that, at age 20, the life expectancy of homosexual and bisexual men is 8 to 20 years less than for all men.

Lie #13: The Bible has no examples of people who were healed of homosexuality.

In 1 Corinthians 6:9-11, Paul mentioned that the Corinthian church had people who were formerly homosexuals.  Paul wrote that they were washed, sanctified, and justified by God. 

Lie #14: Gay sex is better than heterosexual sex

This is like the lie that Satan used on Eve in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3). He basically told her that God was holding out on her and that she would become like God if she ate the forbidden fruit.  Believing that the taboo would be better than the permissible, Eve sinned by eating the fruit.  Likewise, Satan loves to tempt people to believe that homosexual acts are going to fulfill their desires.  While they may bring temporary pleasure, they come with a high price of consequences (emotional, physical & spiritual).  One that is virtually guaranteed is that the person will become enslaved to lust just like the people in Romans 1:24-32.

Heterosexual sex within a marriage relationship has the highest potential for sexual fulfillment of any sexual act. God designed our bodies to unite in this way physically, emotionally and spiritually (Genesis 2:21-24).  When we’re in harmony with the Creator’s design in a loving relationship with our spouse, we’re aligned to experience the best sex! 

Lie #15: I can have peace with God without giving up gay sex acts.

When we accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we are forgiven of our sins.  At that point, God calls us to change our lifestyles to follow Him the best we can.  He doesn't leave us to do this tough task on our own, though.  He gives us His Holy Spirit to empower us to make the changes (Romans 8:11,13).  The Bible provides the scriptures that show us the new lifestyle we are to follow.  Every lifestyle that embraces sin must be surrendered to God, and this includes homosexuality.     

If we continue to live in sin and "practice" it after receiving Jesus, we are rejecting the sacrifice he made for us on the cross.  When we reject Christ's sacrifice, there is no other sacrifice available to cover our sin, and we are in danger of eternal destruction (Hebrews 10:26-29).  I'm sharing this not to scare or condemn, but to plead with people to abandon sin and follow God.  Some people may feel that if they give up homosexuality they will die.   Quite the opposite is true, because when we give something up for God, we clear the pathway for His love and life to flood our souls.

Lie #16: Sexuality is a curse.

If we’ve been enslaved to sexual desires that we know are wrong, it can be tempting to think of our sexuality as a curse.  We must remember that the curse that is affecting us comes from the sin nature we inherited from Adam (Romans 5:12).  Our hearts have all sorts of evil desires that may try to corrupt our thoughts and lead us into acting on sinful impulses.  Jesus said, For out of the heart proceed evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false witness, blasphemies. 20These are the things which defile a man… (Matthew 15:19-20 NKJV).  God gave us sexuality as a blessing (Genesis 1:27-28), but sin (our own and/or that of others) has corrupted it. God offers to help us discover healthy sexuality and enjoy its blessings.  Through faith in Jesus Christ, we can retrieve our God-designed sexuality and jettison the corruption of sin (Ephesians 4:22-24).  

Lie #17: Gay acts are permissible when they are done within a loving relationship.

The Bible identifies what sex acts are considered sin, regardless of the type of relationship (i.e. loving, lustful, etc.).  Basically, any sexual activity outside of heterosexual marriage is considered sin (see http://www.porn-free.org/sex.htm for refs). So that there wouldn’t be any doubt, the Bible specifies homosexual acts as sin in several places (1 Corinthians 6:9-10, Romans 1:24-28, 1 Timothy 1:8-11, Leviticus 20:13, Leviticus 18:22). 

The topic of love is an important one, although it does not change the laws regarding sexual activity.  Sexual activity between two men (or two women) is sin regardless of whether they love each other, or just have an anonymous encounter.  

Let’s now consider God’s design for sexual love.  Adam was alone in the Garden of Eden and God saw that Adam needed a companion and helper.  God hand-crafted Eve and brought her to Adam.  The scripture comments that this was the model for the rest of mankind:  “For this reason a man shall leave his father and his mother, and be joined to his wife; and they shall become one flesh” (Genesis 2:24 NASB).   Notice that God did not make a man for Adam, but rather a woman. He also did not say that man was to be joined with another man to be one flesh.  He blessed their heterosexual relationship and commanded them to “be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth” (Genesis 1:28 NASB).  Had God made a man for Adam to have sexually, they would not have been able to fulfill God’s instructions for taking dominion of the earth.

There is a place for same-sex relationships that are built on love, but this was not intended to be a sexual love.  Rather, these were to be built on brotherly or sisterly love, which have nothing to do with sexual activity.  Such relationships were modeled by David and Jonathan, Jonathan and his armor bearer, Jesus and his disciples and Paul and his co-laborers, among many others throughout the scriptures. 

We can also look at gay love from the perspective of Paul’s description of love in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8.  One of the qualities that Paul mentioned about love is that it always protects.  Gay love fails this test because it pursues sexual activity that is harmful to his or her partner’s health (see Gay Sex Health Risks (PDF file) .  At the very least, it increases the partner’s risk of contracting a sex-related illness.

Another quality of love is that it does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth.” (1 Corinthians 13:6 NIV). Gay love pursues sexual acts that God has deemed sinful, and therefore delights in evil and is opposed to the truth. 

A final thought on love is that since God is love (1 John 4:8), and anything that contradicts his commandments will be at best a corrupted form of love.  Though a person might enjoy homosexual love, it does not change the fact that the relationship is in rebellion against God.

Lie #18: Homosexuality was forbidden under Old Testament Law, just as was eating shellfish and pork.  Since Jesus did away with the Law, homosexuality is now OK with God.

There were three types of laws in the Mosaic system: ceremonial, civil and moral. 
  1. The ceremonial laws established procedures for the tabernacle system such as cleansing of the body from physical and spiritual impurity.  The requirements of these laws were fulfilled in the completed work of Jesus Christ, who provided the perfect sacrifice once for all time (Hebrews 9:8-14).

  2. The civil laws provided the standards for justice and governmental structure for the nation of Israel. These have been adapted to various cultures over time.

  3. The moral laws defined sin based on God’s character and truth.  These laws are timeless and do not change (Matthew 5:18, 1 Peter 1:25, Isaiah 40:8).

The laws concerning clean/unclean foods were ceremonial laws. Through his death on the cross, Jesus entered the perfect, heavenly tabernacle and satisfied the requirements of the Old Covenant’s ceremonial laws (Hebrews 9:8-14, Romans 8:3-4).  Paul confirmed that the ceremonial laws concerning food were no longer in effect due to Christ’s finished work (Romans 14:14-17,20-21; Colossians 2:20-23; 1 Timothy 4:1-5).

The sacrifice system under the Old Covenant merely cleansed the body from sin, but not the conscience (Hebrews 9:11-14). Jesus showed the need for the conscience to be cleansed when he explained that it wasn’t food that defiled a person, but rather, evil thoughts, words and actions (Matthew 15:19). These can all be linked to transgressing moral laws. Jesus gave several examples of such transgressions in his sermon on the mount in Matthew 5,6,7.

Jesus established a new covenant that provided cleansing of the body and conscience from sin (Hebrews 9:8-14, Colossians 2:13-14).  This was significant in view of the moral laws that continued to be in effect. Through faith in Christ, people are forgiven of their transgressions of the moral laws (i.e. sin) and also receive power through the Holy Spirit to abide by those laws (Romans 8:9-13).  Note that God’s forgiveness does not remove our obligation to live by the moral laws.  Jesus confirmed their continuing validity when he said:

17"Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. 18I tell you the truth, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished. 19Anyone who breaks one of the least of these commandments and teaches others to do the same will be called least in the kingdom of heaven, but whoever practices and teaches these commands will be called great in the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 5:17-19 NIV

Additionally he said:  Whoever has my commands and obeys them, he is the one who loves me. He who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I too will love him and show myself to him." (John 14:21 NIV) 

The laws concerning homosexual activity (Leviticus 18:22, Leviticus 20:13) are moral laws.  Paul, who as a Pharisee was an expert in the law, confirmed that homosexual acts and thoughts continued to be sin under the New Covenant (1 Corinthians 6:9-10, Romans 1:24-28, 1 Timothy 1:8-11).  In 1 Corinthians 6:9, Paul deliberately used the very words from Leviticus 18 (mishkav zakur in the Hebrew, translated as arsenokoitai in the Greek) when stating that those who practice homosexuality will not inherit the kingdom of God.  He could not have been more clear.

Lie #19: The Ten Commandments don’t address homosexuality, so this proves that it is permissible.

The Ten Commandments were intended as starting points for understanding God’s righteousness and his expectations for his people.  The Ten Commandments give us principles we can apply to arguably any act or thought to determine if it is sin.  For example, we can make these applications to homosexuality: 

Additionally, God provided further and specific clarification in laws concerning homosexual acts and other sexual sin in Leviticus 18 & 20. 

Lie #20: David and Jonathan had a homosexual affair.

David and Jonathan had a special relationship built on brotherly love that was not sexual in any way (2 Samuel 1:26). They were the best of friends, and shared a deep, noble love that is perhaps rarely experienced.  They were “one in spirit” (1 Samuel 18:1-4 NIV), and this came from military comradery, a fondness in friendship and a mutual commitment to God. Those who have served on the battlefield together in wartime can likely best identify with this kind of relationship.  To suggest that David and Jonathan had sexual relations is unscriptural, and disparages the character of their friendship.

Lie #21: Love did away with the laws of Moses.  As long as I’m living and acting in love (i.e. gay love),  I’m going to heaven.

Here are the lies in this statement:

  1. Gay love is the same love as the love God commands us to have
  2. Love nullified the Law of Moses
  3. I don’t have to obey God’s laws in order to go to heaven

First, we need to see that this question assumes that “gay love” is the same as the love that God commands us to have for each other.  God created us in his likeness, having the capacity to show love.  He also gave us a free will to choose between good and evil.  Jesus pointed out that people may choose to love evil instead of good:  “Light has come into the world, but men loved darkness instead of light because their deeds were evil” (John 3:18 NIV).  To love evil is to love doing the things that God has defined as wrong in the scriptures (i.e. sin).  Since homosexual acts are forbidden in the scripture, we can confidently conclude that “gay love” is synonymous with loving evil.  As followers of Jesus, we are commanded, abhor what is evil. Cling to what is good” (Romans 12:9 NKJV).

The kind of love God commands us to emulate is the love that Jesus showed by laying down his life for us.  This was not sexual love, but rather it was Agape love (Strong’s #26), which means “brotherly love, affection, good will, love, benevolence” (The NAS New Testament Greek Lexicon).  We show this love by obeying God’s commandments (John 14:10,23-24, 1 John 5:3), and this obedience will prove that our faith in God is genuine (James 2:14-26).

Agape love does not nullify the Law of Moses, but rather it fulfills it.  Consider what Paul wrote:9The commandments, "Do not commit adultery," "Do not murder," "Do not steal," "Do not covet," and whatever other commandment there may be, are summed up in this one rule: "Love your neighbor as yourself." 10Love does no harm to its neighbor.  Therefore love is the fulfillment of the law (Romans 13:9-10 NIV).  Jesus was the ultimate embodiment of perfect love.  He surrendered his life in order to satisfy the righteous requirements of the Law so that those who placed faith in him could have peace with God (Romans 5:1, Hebrews 9:11-28).  Our faith does not give us a blank check to sin, but rather it obligates us through love for God to keep his commands (Romans 6:1-2).  (more about gay love

Lie #22:  Anti-Gay theology is based on hate and conflicts with God’s command for Christians to love each other.   

Anti-Gay theology is simply a re-labeling of the traditional interpretation of the scriptures which prohibit homosexual acts.  Proponents of “Pro-Gay” theology have aimed to discredit traditional interpretations of scripture and characterize homosexuals as victims of hate.  The hate has allegedly been perpetrated by a conspiracy of narrow-minded, conservative theologians and anti-gay Christians whose sole purpose is to vilify gays and deny them their due rights as human beings.   

Contrary to what the conspiracy theory suggests, Bible translators over the centuries were focused primarily on accurately translating the scriptures, not in singling out one group of people to vilify.  Prohibitions against homosexuality are typically mentioned in context with many other forms of sin, including adultery, fornication and incest.  If we were to say that the gays were being singled out, then other people who sin could also claim victim status (all of us!).   

Granted, there are some people who truly hate homosexuals, and may have tried to justify such hate via the scriptures against it.  Even so, I don’t think this is where the majority of Christians who believe homosexual acts are sinful are coming from.  Their belief that homosexuality is sinful is derived from the scriptures that state it and from the conviction of their own consciences (John 16:7-11).  

It is a mistake to equate believing in a standard with hating a person.  It’s important to emphasize that the issue at hand is sinful behavior, not the person behind it.  Christians are called to hate the evil that people do, but love people: 

9Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good. 10Be devoted to one another in brotherly love. Honor one another above yourselves. Romans 12:9-10 NIV 

Christians’ love for one another is brotherly love, not sexual love.  This concept of brotherly love carries with it the responsibility of confronting a brother when he has drifted into sinful activity.  Consider this verse: 

Brothers, if someone is caught in a sin, you who are spiritual should restore him gently. But watch yourself, or you also may be tempted. Galatians 6:1 NIV 

And so, if a person believes the scriptures that clearly identify homosexual acts as sin, his responsibility in love is to go to his homosexual brother and confront him.  Such confrontation can include:

Taken out of context, some of these actions might seem hateful, except when we consider that the ultimate hope is that the person will come to their senses and repent from his sin.  This is what happened to the sexual sinner in 1 Corinthians 5, who ultimately repented and returned to fellowship with the Church (2 Corinthians 2:3-11).  Keep in mind that duty of confronting a Christian brother or sister in their sin is not depending on the type of sin they are committing – it applies for any type of sin, not just homosexual acts.  

It is not hate to adhere to a set of standards (and consequences for not following them) that one believes God established.  If God is Sovereign, then he has the right to define what is right and wrong, what is sinful behavior and what is righteous. This may seem hateful and unfair towards people who disagree, but the Creator has the final word over the created!  People have the freedom to believe it or reject it, but either way, they will live with the consequences of their decisions. 

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