Monday, June 19, 2006

The homosexualization continues as emotion, love & tolerance are used against morality, standards & truth...

Albert Mohler's Web SiteAlbert Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, was one of a number of religious experts on Larry King last Thursday to discuss the subject of homosexuality and the church...specifically what's happening in the Episcopal Church and how it's support of homosexuality is affecting Christianity.

His article from a few years ago: Courage and Compassion on Homosexuality
The church's engagement with the culture involves a host of issues, controversies, and decisions--but no issue defines our current cultural crisis as clearly as homosexuality. Some churches and denominations have capitulated to the demands of the homosexual rights movement, and now accept homosexuality as a fully valid lifestyle. Other denominations are tottering on the brink, and without a massive conservative resistance, they are almost certain to abandon biblical truth and bless what the Bible condemns.

Within a few short years, a major dividing line has become evident--with those churches endorsing homosexuality on one side, and those stubbornly resisting the cultural tide on the other.

The homosexual rights movement understands that the evangelical church is one of the last resistance movements committed to a biblical morality. Because of this, the movement has adopted a strategy of isolating Christian opposition, and forcing change by political action and cultural pressure. Can we count on evangelicals to remain steadfastly biblical on this issue?
The rest here.

I wonder. Is Christ still the head of the Episcopal church?

Gay Eucharist attracts 1,000+From VitueOnline: Gay Eucharist attracts 1,000+
COLUMBUS, OHIO (6/16/06)- Over 1,000 homosexual and pro-homosexual clergy, bishops, and laymen of the Episcopal Church celebrated Eucharist Friday evening at Trinity Episcopal Church, just blocks from the site of the 75th Episcopal General Convention.

"This is a small taste of what heaven must be like," said the Rt. Rev. V. Gene Robinson, Bishop of New Hampshire, as he began his sermon to the prolonged cheers of the adoring congregation. Then Robinson was brought to tears as he thanked his homosexual partner Mark, three years after the Episcopal Convention at which Robinson's election as bishop was affirmed.

Sponsored by the homosexual pressure group Integrity, the gay-themed Eucharist stretched on for about two hours and 20 pages in the Eucharist program. The service began with a prelude on the church's massive pipe organ and concluded with a resounding rendition of "Amazing Grace" by the congregation. Around 600 communicants took places in the pews, while hundreds more sat in folding chairs, packed into the balconies, and flowed into the basement, the foyer, and out the doors.
The rest here.

An Open Letter to Episcopal Leadership.

Albert Mohler discussed on his radio program... listen here.

I'm here.


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