I don’t believe I have read Trevor Grant Thomas before
No new revelations here but it is well written.
I had a conversation with a woman who was very vocal that she was both a christian and supported homosexuals. I asked her about her thoughts on polygamy, namely her husband going out and getting a younger wife. Her response was what you imagined. “Oh no!”, “that is immoral”, etc. At which time I pointed out to her:
You condemn polygamy which the old testament not only allowed, but codified and in some situations required but you celebrate and defend the practice of homosexuality which the old testament required that they be put to death.
I then quoted Isiah 5:20 - Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
I fear that much of Christendom has been fooled.
Do you know if Trevor Grant Thomas is a Catholic.
His writing suggest that he is.
All they have to do is treat it as harshly as they used to. The liberalization of the 1960s is what enabled this.
How The Ancient Catholic Church Dealt With Priest Sex Offenders
We have a church in Salem, Oregon that renamed itself, "Relevant church".
From the article:
“As a result, the battles over sex and sexuality in our culture have largely been lost. A wide array of sexually immoral behaviors is now deemed acceptable by significant portions of our culture. At least sixty percent of Americans view same-sex marriage, homosexuality, and fornication (sex outside of marriage) as morally acceptable. Our courts, corporations, schools, legislatures, and the like have taken notice. Most every significant institution in the U.S. now widely embraces evil. The church doesnt seem far behind. “
I wonder how many professing Christians who embrace homosexual behavior as acceptable also explicitly embrace fornication as acceptable.
I know of a professing Christian (Catholic) who referred to homosexual behavior (in a rather lighthearted way) as “sexuality” as if it were a matter of taste or preference in dining room place settings.
It used to be you kicked the perverts out , now the peverts kick you out... ..