Why Homosexuality MUST Be Recriminalized! Part 6

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I've talked about how Faux News is a supporter of the LGBT movement, and how phony fake conservative Dr. Michael Brown is for supporting rainbow flag waver Donald Trump, now I'll let Brown expose Sean Hannity and Faux News for their support of Bruce 'Caitlyn' Jenner's CA gubernatorial run.

To Sean Hannity: Please Do Not Make ‘Caitlyn’ Jenner into a Hero​


May 10, 2021

I am not trying to demonize Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner or to portray him as some kind of moral monster. Obviously, I cannot relate to whatever internal struggles moved him to try to change his gender (which, for the record, cannot be done), and he may be a fine person and a decent human being in many other ways.


I am simply saying that, by no means should he be the latest poster boy/girl for conservative values, even if he is currently seeking to replace California’s radical governor, Gavin Newsom.

Yet last week, Jenner appeared in a very favorable exclusive interview with Sean Hannity, with Hannity (or the narrator) referring to Jenner as “she” or “her,” and with lines like, “California gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner will join us for her first exclusive interview.”

So, in the name of ousting a very liberal governor and helping restore California, Hannity has embraced some of the foundational values of transgender activism, referring to a biological male as “she” and referring to Bruce Jenner as “Caitlyn.”

Read more: https://townhall.com/columnists/mic...-not-make-caitlyn-jenner-into-a-hero-n2589186

Aside from your phobia of demonizing evil Michael Brown (homosexual/transgender activists, which Bruce Jenner is, are evil, i.e. "moral monsters") you didn't seem to have a problem promoting the Presidency of Donald Trump, who amongst his long history of homosexual/transgender activism, in 2016 publicly invited transgender/transgender activist Bruce 'Caitlyn' Jenner to use the women's restroom at Trump Tower (Jenner made a Youtube video taking Trump up on his offer), thus opening up the door for males pretending to be females to use the same restrooms, fitting rooms and locker rooms as women and little girls nationwide.

Use your syndicated columns for good Michael Brown, not your limp wristed version of conservatism.

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Fair-weather conservative Dr. Michael Brown
 
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As I recall seeing a short while back, Bob Enyart had Dr. Michael Brown on his show (I'd supply the link if I could find it). Would Pastor Enyart or one of his representatives kindly defend Michael Brown's support of Donald Trump? Since supporting the lesser of two evils isn't biblical, I hope that whomever replies doesn't go that route.
 

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I've spoken about the assault against religious freedom quite a bit in this 6 part thread, and in the past couple of years the case of Colorado Christian baker Jack Phillips specifically. When I spoke about the defense of Phillips by the ADF (Alliance Defending Freedom), I was concerned because their key defense wasn't defending religious freedom, something guaranteed in the Constitution, but their defense of 'artistic freedom' (something even pornographers have in this day and age).
Jack Phillips wrote an article (based on his recent book) that was published in a supposedly conservative periodical. While the opening statement by his defense in front of SCOTUS stressed the right to religious freedom, it certainly didn't show how the defense of Phillips by the ADF turned the issue to 'artistic freedom' like it did in earlier articles by the ADF.


It's unfortunate that Phillip's defense wasn't based solely on the Bible's condemnation of homosexuality and any sexual activity outside of the marriage of one man and one woman, and how in order for a person to be a follower of Christ, he or she has to 'obey' what Jesus and His Father say throughout Holy Scripture.

It would have been nice also if the ADF had shown how the writers of the Constitution felt about the importance of religious freedom and followed up on how they felt about homosexuality, i.e. they definitely didn't bake cakes for those that were engaged in "that infamous crime against nature".
 
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Since the modern day limp wristed Christian Church is largely responsible for the moral depravity that we're seeing in American society today because of their "Thou shalt not judge!' out of context use of Scripture, it's time that I move the thread in the direction of educating Christian pastors to move their flock in the right direction.

A detailed segment called

The invaluable necessity of supporting Judeo-Christian doctrine, culture and laws

is coming up.
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And now a review of the article "Civil Government: the Neglected Ministry", something that should be preached and discussed in all Christian churches across the land, especially near election time.


"Our present civilizational crisis is largely traceable to Christians' sins of omission. To fail to do that which the Lord requires is a serious offense, for it involves the breaking of His covenant and the violation of His law. And God does not permit violations of His covenant law to escape His sanctions. Blessings are the reward of covenantal faithfulness, but curses are the reward of unfaithful covenant-breaking (See Deuteronomy, and, for that matter, the Old Testament.)."

I've talked about sins of omission and sins of commission before in this thread (James 4:17).
https://www.gotquestions.org/sin-of-omission.html

Failing to follow God's commands in Exodus 18:21 when voting is a serious offense. Will God look the other way when someone says on their judgement day "But I was voting for the lesser of two evils!"?
 

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This next sentence is probably the most important sentence in the article:

"The Lord established three fundamental institutions for the governance of men: family, the Church, and civil government. While these three institutions are separate spheres of authority under God, they clearly have mutually supportive, interwoven functions."

Biblical evidence that God created those 3 institutions for the governance of man?
https://www.321biblestudy.net/3GodOrdainedInstitutions.html#:~:text=There are three institutions that God instituted upon,Church. Each has its responsibilities, obligations and function.
 

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Continuing with the article "Civil Government, the Neglected Ministry" which I'll be mailing out to dozens and dozens of Christian Pastors weeks before election time.

"The performance — or lack of performance — of each inescapably influences the functioning of the other two. This mutuality of influence derives from an overarching unity of purpose for man and society derived from the eternal will and plan of God for His creation. God's creation manifests His existence and attributes. It is the same with His institutions, provided that men adhere to the Creator's requirements for those institutions. God's institutions have, as does His triune Being, both a unity of purpose and a division of function. The unity of purpose of family, Church and civil government is to glorify God, by teaching, obeying and enforcing His word and law. Family, Church and civil government all are to do these things, but each is given a unique function or sphere of operation. This division of function is not historical, in the sense of historical dispensations in which one or the other of God's institutions is to dominate (the three were united in our first parents), but is rather a continuity of division of labor over time.

This unity of purpose and interdependent division of labor is of both theoretical and practical importance, for none of God's institutions is fully independent of the others. Neglect one institution and you inevitably impair the functioning of the other two, and with it the testimony of godly men to each other and to others. Neglect one institution and you reduce the ability of God's elect to glorify God, to teach, obey and enforce His law. Neglect one institution and you distort and retard the progress of the Kingdom of God."​
 

marke

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I've talked about how Faux News is a supporter of the LGBT movement, and how phony fake conservative Dr. Michael Brown is for supporting rainbow flag waver Donald Trump, now I'll let Brown expose Sean Hannity and Faux News for their support of Bruce 'Caitlyn' Jenner's CA gubernatorial run.

To Sean Hannity: Please Do Not Make ‘Caitlyn’ Jenner into a Hero​


May 10, 2021

I am not trying to demonize Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner or to portray him as some kind of moral monster. Obviously, I cannot relate to whatever internal struggles moved him to try to change his gender (which, for the record, cannot be done), and he may be a fine person and a decent human being in many other ways.


I am simply saying that, by no means should he be the latest poster boy/girl for conservative values, even if he is currently seeking to replace California’s radical governor, Gavin Newsom.

Yet last week, Jenner appeared in a very favorable exclusive interview with Sean Hannity, with Hannity (or the narrator) referring to Jenner as “she” or “her,” and with lines like, “California gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner will join us for her first exclusive interview.”

So, in the name of ousting a very liberal governor and helping restore California, Hannity has embraced some of the foundational values of transgender activism, referring to a biological male as “she” and referring to Bruce Jenner as “Caitlyn.”

Read more: https://townhall.com/columnists/mic...-not-make-caitlyn-jenner-into-a-hero-n2589186

Aside from your phobia of demonizing evil Michael Brown (homosexual/transgender activists, which Bruce Jenner is, are evil, i.e. "moral monsters") you didn't seem to have a problem promoting the Presidency of Donald Trump, who amongst his long history of homosexual/transgender activism, in 2016 publicly invited transgender/transgender activist Bruce 'Caitlyn' Jenner to use the women's restroom at Trump Tower (Jenner made a Youtube video taking Trump up on his offer), thus opening up the door for males pretending to be females to use the same restrooms, fitting rooms and locker rooms as women and little girls nationwide.

Use your syndicated columns for good Michael Brown, not your limp wristed version of conservatism.

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Fair-weather conservative Dr. Michael Brown
Dr. Brown is far from an accomplished Bible teacher. His doctrines are tainted by ignorance and error, although he does have some good ideas and does support some right things. I appreciate what he does that is rightly aligned with God but do not support the rest.
 

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Dr. Brown is far from an accomplished Bible teacher. His doctrines are tainted by ignorance and error, although he does have some good ideas and does support some right things. I appreciate what he does that is rightly aligned with God but do not support the rest.
Thanks for bringing Mike Brown's name up, I'll be sure to either mail or email him a copy of "Civil Government: The Neglected Ministry"
http://vftonline.org/VFTfiles/thesis/commentators/Jones/CIVIL GOVERNMENT THE NEGLECTED MINISTRY, by Archie P_ Jones.htm

along with the dozens of pastors that I intend on sharing that very important article with near election time and see if I get a reply. I'd be interested in his response to the first part of the article talking about sins of omission. being that Brown spoke out against Donald Trump's evil ways back in the 2016 Republican Presidential Primaries, but did an about face after Trump was nominated and became a devout Trump supporter (hence leading the people that follow his syndicated columns astray).

It's interesting that you would say that someone whose understanding and teaching of Holy Scripture is "tainted by ignorance and error" (thus as a syndicated columnist leading others to believe in "tainted" biblical doctrine), yet have positive things to say about him like "the things that he [Mike Brown) does is rightly aligned with God". One would think that if his understanding of biblical doctrine is tainted with ignorance and error, it would be impossible for him to align himself with God.
In any event, I'm pretty sure that the issue that you have with Mike Brown is that he isn't a 'Cheap Grace Theologist' like yourself, and that he acknowledges Biblical doctrine that requires repentance followed by good works in order to be allowed to join God in Heaven for eternity (now if Mike Brown would only practice what he preaches).

I look forward to your reply.
 

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Ahem....I look forward to your reply.
OK. I should not have been so critical of Dr. Brown. He is right about a lot of things, including God's condemnation of homosexuality. My disagreements with him are more along the lines of personal interpretations of the Bible which are not good topics for debate among the unlearned, untaught, and unsaved masses. I do not agree with charismatics that the sign gifts of the New Testament are still being exercised today in order to convince Jews that Christians are of God.
 

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OK. I should not have been so critical of Dr. Brown. He is right about a lot of things, including God's condemnation of homosexuality. My disagreements with him are more along the lines of personal interpretations of the Bible which are not good topics for debate among the unlearned, untaught, and unsaved masses. I do not agree with charismatics that the sign gifts of the New Testament are still being exercised today in order to convince Jews that Christians are of God.
As long as you agree that repentance followed by good works is the key to salvation, that's what really matters.

How about we "work" together to expose how evil the libertarian movement and their favorite son Donald Trump is? I see that he's getting ready for another run for wannabe dictator in chief.
 

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As long as you agree that repentance followed by good works is the key to salvation, that's what really matters.

How about we "work" together to expose how evil the libertarian movement and their favorite son Donald Trump is? I see that he's getting ready for another run for wannabe dictator in chief.

Matthew 7

Works should never be seen as a requirement for salvation. Rather, works simply prove salvation is real because every good tree will bring forth good fruit.

16 Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?

17 Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.

18 A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit

Every Christian should examine himself to see if his works support his profession of faith.
 
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Matthew 7

Works should never be seen as a requirement for salvation. Rather, works simply prove salvation is real because every good tree will bring forth good fruit.
If something needs to be proven, it's a requirement. In a court of law, in order to convict the defendant of the crime(s) charged against him, it's required that proof of the defendants guilt is beyond a reasonable doubt. The libertarian that identifies as a Christian yet commits sins of omission and/or commission
http://www.churchofchrist.com/articles/sins-of-omission-vs-sins-of-commission-which-are-worse

by supporting evil political leaders such as Donald Trump and anti Judeo-Christian libertarian doctrine <wink> is proving to God that he is not a follower of Christ by not embracing all of His Word, and even worse, going against it.

Do you think someone can embrace libertarian ideology and still be a follower of Christ marke?
Every Christian should examine himself to see if his works support his profession of faith.
My my, aren't you a sneaky one? "....to see if his works support his profession of faith".

Since God is making the rules, not each individual person that identifies as a follower of Christ, how about we change those last few words to this:

"Every Christian should examine himself to see if his works support God's requirements for salvation as seen in Holy Scripture".

What would those requirements be marke in the area of civil government and selecting civil leaders?
 

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If something needs to be proven, it's a requirement. In a court of law, in order to convict the defendant of the crime(s) charged against him, it's required that proof of the defendants guilt is beyond a reasonable doubt. The libertarian that identifies as a Christian yet commits sins of omission and/or commission
http://www.churchofchrist.com/articles/sins-of-omission-vs-sins-of-commission-which-are-worse

by supporting evil political leaders such as Donald Trump and anti Judeo-Christian libertarian doctrine <wink> is proving to God that he is not a follower of Christ by not embracing all of His Word, and even worse, going against it.

Do you think someone can embrace libertarian ideology and still be a follower of Christ marke?

My my, aren't you a sneaky one? "....to see if his works support his profession of faith".

Since God is making the rules, not each individual person that identifies as a follower of Christ, how about we change those last few words to this:

"Every Christian should examine himself to see if his works support God's requirements for salvation as seen in Holy Scripture".

What would those requirements be marke in the area of civil government and selecting civil leaders?
Sinners cannot be justified before God by doing good works.

Galatians 2:16
Knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law, but by the faith of Jesus Christ, even we have believed in Jesus Christ, that we might be justified by the faith of Christ, and not by the works of the law: for by the works of the law shall no flesh be justified.
 

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Sinners cannot be justified before God by doing good works.
Correct, following the 613 Mosaic laws given to the nation of Israel will not save a person (duh). Repentance (a change of mind, which also brings a change of actions, i.e. good works) is required; Acts 26:20 Now back to my other questions that you seemed to have missed:

Do you think someone can embrace libertarian ideology and still be a follower of Christ marke?

When it comes to supporting God's requirements for salvation, what would those requirements be marke in the area of civil government and selecting civil leaders?
 

marke

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Correct, following the 613 Mosaic laws given to the nation of Israel will not save a person (duh). Repentance (a change of mind, which also brings a change of actions, i.e. good works) is required; Acts 26:20 Now back to my other questions that you seemed to have missed:

Do you think someone can embrace libertarian ideology and still be a follower of Christ marke?

When it comes to supporting God's requirements for salvation, what would those requirements be marke in the area of civil government and selecting civil leaders?
Judas embraced good doctrine to a point, but his heart was not right with God. I admit I lose respect for Christians who cannot seem to get their doctrinal views in line with God and the Bible.
 

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aCultureWarrior said:
Now back to my other questions that you seemed to have missed:

Do you think someone can embrace libertarian ideology and still be a follower of Christ marke?

When it comes to supporting God's requirements for salvation, what would those requirements be marke in the area of civil government and selecting civil leaders?
Judas embraced good doctrine to a point, but his heart was not right with God. I admit I lose respect for Christians who cannot seem to get their doctrinal views in line with God and the Bible.
It appears that you're not going to answer those questions (surprise, surprise).
That being said: I often compare Michael Brown to Judas, for selling out God for 30 pieces of silver in supporting rainbow flag waver Donald Trump.
Judas was of course part of God's plan when it came to sacrificing His Son Jesus on the Cross. Michael Brown can't use that excuse.
 
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