Max Lucado: ‘Faithful People May Disagree About What The Bible Says About Homosexuality’

(Reformation Charlotte) Max Lucado was invited to speak at the Washington National Cathedral — an apostate Episcopalian Church in Washington D.C. — two weeks ago where he preached a sermon comparing the Holy Spirit to a woman and calling Him the “mother heart of God.”

Prior to the invitation, homosexuals were up-in-arms over his apparent pro-traditional marriage views and desperately sought to have him disinvited from speaking at the church. However, he preached anyway.

Yesterday, Max Lucado issued a letter of apology to the homosexual community where he asked for forgiveness for his words which he says “have hurt or been used to hurt the LGBTQ community.”

“Faithful people may disagree about what the Bible says about homosexuality,” Lucado says in the letter, “but we..

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Editor’s note. This article was written by Jeff Maples and published at Reformation Charlotte. Title changed by Protestia.

1 thought on “Max Lucado: ‘Faithful People May Disagree About What The Bible Says About Homosexuality’

  1. Lev 18:22 – You shall not lie with a male as with a woman. It is an abomination.
    Lev 20:13 – if a man lies with a male as he lies with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination. They shall surely be put to death. Their blood shall be upon them.

    What the Bible says seems pretty black and white. People who argue otherwise are actually non-Trinitarians who don’t believe Jesus was the incarnation of the same God who said these very things. Liberals flirt with the idea that Jesus was a moral teacher only, and that his morality was different than what he had already revealed. We need to call them out as not believing Jesus is really the incarnation of the God they claim to believe in. It’s time to put THEM on the defensive. Surely the new covenant is quite different from the old one when it comes to the Law, that’s certainly a valid discussion, but it’s time to make liberal Christians defend their position. Conservatives do not have to defend ours; we are the default position. We’re overdue for taking the offense and turning the tables on these heretics who’ve made a god in their own image and worship that god in our churches.

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