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Homosexuality: Wrong Side of History?

Homosexuality: Wrong Side of History?

Pastor Kevin DeYoung responds to the assertion that Christians can no longer hold to traditional views of homosexuality. The argument usually goes like this: "You Christians are on the wrong side of history with regard to homosexuality. Look at slavery, for instance." DeYoung writes:

While it's true that Christians in the South often defended chattel slavery, this was not the position of the entire American church, and certainly not the universal ...

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