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In the last post, Is Christianity a Religion of Hate?, we considered God’s Old Testament moral law that dealt with a multitiude of sins, some of which were punishable by death. Homosexuality was one of them, but adultery, bestiality, incest, murder, sacrificing to other gods, and kidnapping, to name of few, were also listed. We discussed in that article how the Christian Church does not now possess the governmental power to enforce punishment of any kind (thankfully), but there is more to the story. And the more is this: “For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ (John 1:17). 1


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Is Christianity a religion of hate? What should Christians do when people ask, “How can you believe in a religion that commands you to kill homosexuals; that commands you to kill your son if he disrespects you? That’s insane!”

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