Skip to comments.'Gay' man sues Bible publisher for 'mental anguish'
Posted on 09/10/2009 9:34:08 AM PDT by jmcenanly
A homosexual man is suing a third national Bible publisher for "mental anguish" after he says the company published Bibles with a negative connotation toward homosexuals.
Bradley LaShawn Fowler of Canton, Mich., alleges Tyndale House Publishers manipulated Scripture when it published Tyndale's New Living Translation Holy Bible and the New Life Application Study Bible by using the term "homosexuals" in a New Testament passage, 1 Corinthians 6:9.
"One Bible dictates homosexuals will not inherit the Kingdom of God, while the other is completely void on the issue altogether," Fowler wrote in a statement on his blog.
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
Did you do a title search first?
This is at least the 2nd thread on this title, IIRC.
So Sodom and Gomorrah have been removed?
they wouldn’t want the kingdom of heaven, it would only bore them. what’s he complaining about?
Take it up with God.
That is what HIS Word is supposed to do.
Bring the sinner to repentance: 'repent ye therefore, and be converted'...
Unless there are very special circumstances (and blessings involved) 'mental anguish' comes along with the process. Recognizing one is a sinner and turning from sin is not easy. Nor is it natural. It is an impossible process unless the Holy Spirit is in charge of the transformation.
Then why is he reading it?
Does he feel that he will somehow become validated/accepted by way of a lawsuit? I’d suggest that quite the opposite will occur.
If gays had their way, the Bible will soon be on the PC banned book list along with Huckleberry Finn.
Gandalf hasn't ripped the pages out of his Bible yet.
A society full of cuckoos.
LaShawn? The mother was asking for this.
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