Christians Churches that are guided by the Bible should they be associated with the LGBT. Is it christian to be LGBT or they should just be a religion on their own?
Does christian ethics accept LGBTQ?
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The Bible forbids homosexuality and all sexual ‘perversions’, and so any acceptability of LGBTQIA in Christianity is our doing.
The Bible is very particular and so maybe if God Himself looks at us philanderers, liars, thieves and murderers etc and thinks our hearts are worth it, we will be saved I assume.
Like he said, the bible is a guide… as much as it condemns homosexuality and lesbianism, it also advocates for love and grace.
The answer depends on the denomination you come from. I have heard of pastors who are gay or who even officiate LGBTQ weddings.
If you are a true believer who follows the Bible adamantly,then you ought to know the Bible condemns such acts.
The bible does not support such acts.
the same bible encourages everyone to love each other regardless
The bible is very clear about this and even has practical examples of how God reacts to this sin.
Yes unconditional indeed, but as religion is altered the bible still stands without alterations it should be the guide to who should be part of christianity or not.
Considering what you heard and what you know, is LGBTQ biblical?
No they don’t. The bible is clear on sexuality issues and in several instances forbids homosexuality.