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Are There Any Exceptions to the Bible’s Prohibition Against Homosexuality?

 

The definition of marriage is established in the creation account as being exclusively heterosexual based upon God’s decision to create mankind as consisting of male and female genders. This is testified to by the Lord Jesus Christ (Matthew 19:4-6) and the Apostle Paul (1 Cor. 7:2-17). Because of these clearly defined definitions, there can be no such thing as homosexual marriages. It is a self-contradicting title. And Scripture is clear in passages such as 1 Corinthians 7:2 and Galatians 5:19–21 that sexual intercourse is only acceptable within the confines of marriage. Therefore, if all Biblical marriages are heterosexual unions, and if all acceptable sexual intercourse must be performed within the confines of marriage, then homosexual intercourse is necessarily prohibited without exception. It can never occur within the acceptable parameters established by God, thus making it always sexual immorality.

 

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Author: Timothy Zebell, 2015