But Jesus did address the issue of hypocrisy, right? At any rate,“What specific sexual sins did Jesus address,” if you do not mind my asking? You see, from what I have studied, He addressed adultery and fornication, but not homosexuality.Jesus did not have to address the issue of homosexuality, because all the Hebrews and Jews knew it was a digestible act in the eyes of God.
I agree, for I have continually said,“Jesus never condoned nor condemned homosexuality,” right?Jesus also didnt hold any pro-gay rallies either, so while you claim he was silent on the issue, he also wasnt speaking for it either.
Levictus 18 speaks to an Israelite man lying with a sacred male in worship of a sex fertility God named Molech. And according to the God of Israel, that is a sin, right?So since there is no record of Jesus speaking against or him speaking for homosexuality, we will just go with the fact that the sexual morality laws of leviticus are still valid and the act is still a sin, just like the rest of the sexual behavior that was listed in Leviticus 18.
I totally agree that people should wake up! However, what they should wake up to is the bigotry and hatred that the LBGT community now suffers as a result of unscriptural biblical claims, with all due respect.Wake up folks..stop hardening your hearts toward God and breaking his commandments and trying to find loopholes on how to commit these sins.