Thanks for the post. I will review and take into account.
To: ThomasMore; wideawake
I don't want to leave any impression that the Reformed position denies a natural knowledge of sexual relations. I think most Reformed theologians would classify sexuality under the general heading of General Revelation. Romans 1 is the basic framework for General Revelation in the Reformed tradition, if I'm not mistaken. What I have seen by the "christian" homosexual community as it relates to defense of their position from a biblical standpoint is that they engage in a form of exegesis that tries to tightly construe those passages, that we would all consider as a commandment against homosexuality, as pertaining to only sexual relations with temple prostitutes. Quite devious
exegisis eisegesis. 22
posted on 07/31/2003 8:47:34 AM PDT
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