The present trend of “cancel culture” is hardly something new, when we consider how many religious authorities throughout history have prohibited various discussions from taking place.
Abortion and homosexuality are too frequently condemned within today’s Body of Messiah—when the real problem, thousands of times bigger, is heterosexual sin.
What are some of the sociological, and even pastoral factors, which are too often disregarded or ignored in the contemporary debate over homosexuality?
Liberal theologians are certainly familiar with Biblical passages like Leviticus 18; Romans 1; and 1 Corinthians 6. But how might they be seen to redefine the issue?
Many think that a liberal theology will result from people interpreting passages of the Bible from the perspective of their “original audience” first.
We see people struggle with the writings of the Apostle Paul, because they actually think Paul is writing directly to them in the Twenty-First Century.