Fundamental questions on homosexuality
THE EDITOR, Sir:
I have resisted the desire long enough, and hesitated to speak on the controversial subject of homosexuality. However, with the useful and open-minded information given to us by The Gleaner and other news media, there are certain facts which may be considered simple, but have not been dealt with.
1. No one seems to know in what period of human history the divine plan of procreation was changed from heterosexual to same-sex unions.
2. There is not yet unanimous agreement even among the theologians who are supposed to be God's spokespersons.
3. What were the reasons or conditions for this unnatural change?
4. Can anyone declare boldly that the spiritual Intelligent Being, whatever He or She is called, made a mistake in creating male and female?
5. Who sets the spiritual and moral standards for us sinful, mortal people?
These are fundamental questions for us to consider in our discussion of this worldwide problem created by the human mind, and being used effectively by evil spirits which have completed their work of deception.
The question to all who say homosexuality is not a transgression is, where in the Bible do we find the command to use that part of the body which ejects garbage from the body for sexual intercourse?
LINDSAY MONCRIEFFE (Rev)