At a time when homosexuality has become almost fully normalized in the U.S., one theologian is responding to the question of how the church should answer the challenge.
“We are facing a true moral inversion – a system of moral understandings turned upside down,” said Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, in the April issue of Tabletalk magazine. “Where homosexuality was even recently condemned by the society, now it is considered a sin to believe that homosexuality is wrong in any way.”
With those who hold to the “old” sexual morality (viewing homosexuality as sin) considered “morally deficient,” churches are being forced to “get with the new program,” Mohler noted.
“This puts the true church, committed to the authority of God’s Word, in a very difficult cultural position,” he acknowledged.
So what now? he posed.
The well-known Southern Baptist leader made one thing clear: “We cannot join the larger culture in normalizing homosexuality and restructuring society to match this new morality.”
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SOURCE: Christian Post