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    Does the Bible Condemn Homosexuals to Death, The Reprobate Doctrine

    Updated: December 1, 2019 at 10:20 pm EST  See Comments

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    HYPER-REPROBATES…

    Thanks to people like Pastor Steven Anderson and the choir of preachers he has assembled within the New Independent Fundamentalist Baptist movement there has been a resurgence in what is called the Reprobate Doctrine. A Biblical doctrine that demonstrates in scripture, that God will turn people over to their vile lifestyles as a curse, blinding them to salvation in Jesus, giving them over to a devil’s hell for eternity. A doctrine that I believe is completely Biblical and defined by the Apostle Paul in Romans 1 is unmistakably visceral language.

    We are talking about the Bible and its condemnation of Homosexuals, but first a dose of big-picture truth with consideration to our spiritual climate in the U.S.

    There is a war brewing between Christians who maintain to the death, a Natural and Revealed Law definition of marriage, and those who seek to redefine it in our society.

    I ask, are you paying attention to this issue? Because the club that beats the church into submission will be painted with a rainbow. For practical evidence on this statement simply look at recent headlines, the cases that dominate the SCOTUS itinerary are rulings on LGBTQ operatives targeting private businesses. I say operatives because taking petty, small-claims type issues all the way to the Supreme Court takes a truckload of money. In fact, it is estimated to get a ruling by the Supreme Court

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