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But this view cannot be supported by the passage itself. For their women exchanged natural relations for those that are contrary to nature; and the men likewise gave up natural relations with women and were consumed with passion for one another, men committing shameless acts with men and receiving in themselves the due penalty for their error. Don't miss a post Sign up for RSS feeds. Jude also highlights the nature of their sexual desires: Views Read Edit View history. Community discussion Read the guidelines.

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There is much in Leviticus forbidden by God besides eating pork and shellfish.

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All of our desires have been distorted by sin. In the New Testament, Jude adds an important insight: If we've rejected what the Bible says about slavery - why not what it says about homosexuality too? You might say something smart like: Some modern authors stating this view include Alter Homosexuality and religion Transgender people and religion. The entire passages are generally accepted as not applying to modern Christian life.

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Since the practice is allotted the death penalty for both the active and the passive partners in Leviticus 20 [13] the law appears to have only applied when both participants were men above the age of majority, which is set at 20 years old in the Torah. Congress Volume, pagesE. During the rituals, whole families, including husbands, wives, mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, cousins, aunts and uncles would sometimes have sex. He assumes there will be those who deny this teaching, and argue that some forms of homosexual conduct are acceptable to God. Never miss a story from Test Everythingwhen you sign up for Medium. In 1 Corinthians 6 malakoi comes in a list describing general forms of sexual sin, and the context suggests Paul is most likely using it in a broad way to refer to the passive partners in homosexual intercourse, as we are about to see.