Commenting on homosexuality, Campolo said: “’Love the sinner and hate the sin.’ Kind of makes you puke, doesn’t it?…Love the sinner and hate your own sin.”
That’s a typical false argument. The question being debated is whether it is a sin. It is no more judgmental to say it is a sin than to say it isn’t. We do hate our own sins. We just aren’t going around saying that our sins aren’t sins, and that the church must change their definition of our sins or we’ll protest their conventions and split denominations.
Keep in mind that it wasn’t like oxymoronic “same-sex marriage” was the norm in churches, other religions and atheistic countries for the past couple thousand years and then the mean old Bible-believers came along to spoil things. The false teachers brought this up, not us.
He warned: “Just to discuss it drives people out of your churches into fundamental independent churches—perhaps independent of God.”
That’s ironic! They are making a god in their own image and then judging independent churches of being without God? Indeed.
Anyone claiming to be a “Red letter Christian” needs milk, not meat. The original writings were all red letters in the sense that they turned out the way Jesus wanted them to. Matthew’s account of Jesus is no more authoritative than Paul’s.
Read the entire link if you have the stomach for it.