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why "LGBTQ-friendly" Christianity fails (AND YOU WILL KNOW THE TRUTH -Part 46)

As I have said before, I am afraid that the present Church leadership is bent on having homosexuality normalized and accepted. This may happen through the Synod on Synodality. We will see next year. I pray not, but we need to brace ourselves.

So educate yourself more on LGBT and see how this is totally contrary to the authentic Christian faith.



by Peter Damian

12 reasons 'LGBTQ-friendly' Christianity fails

LGBTQ advocates urge the Catholic Church to recognize same-sex relationships as morally licit. Same-sex couples, they argue, are loving and benign and can live in peaceful coexistence alongside heterosexual couples in the Church.

Gay "marriage" depictedBut what exactly are these advocates asking the Church to accept? What would happen, as a matter of logic and practical consequence, if the Church heeded their cry?

Imagine, for argument's sake, that the Church were to change its teaching on homosexual activity. What would that mean? I can count a dozen major things that would happen as a result of such a monumental shift.

First, the Church would have to explain why Her consistent and universal teaching over 2,000 years — that to be licit, every conjugal act must be open to life —was wrong (see, e.g., Gaudium et Spes, §48: "By their very nature, the institution of matrimony itself and conjugal love are ordained for the procreation and education of children and find in them their ultimate crown").

The Church has never reversed course like that before. And confused arguments about the Church's alleged change in doctrine on slavery or the death penalty are toothless, as Paul Kengor, Ed Feser and others have shown.

Second, the Church would have to explain why the repeated condemnations of homosexual acts in the Old Testament and the Pauline epistles are wrong (see Genesis 19:1–38; Leviticus 18:22; Leviticus 20:13; Romans 1:26–27; 1 Corinthians 6:9–10; 1 Timothy 1:8–10 and Jude 1:7).

Third, the Church would have to explain how Christ's teachings on sexuality — including His teaching that marriage is an indissoluble one-flesh union of a man and woman — are compatible with same-sex ideology.

Article published by ChurchMilitant For the full article, click here.

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