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Spotting fake denominations

When churches write gibberish like this to justify anti-biblical and oxymoronic “same-sex marriage,” it is another major sign that they are wolves in sheep’s clothing.

In the United Church of Christ’s endorsement of fake marriage in in 2005 they noted:

The message of the Gospel is the lens through which the whole of scripture is to be interpreted. Love and compassion, justice and peace are at the very core of the life and ministry of Jesus. It is a message that always bends toward inclusion. The Biblical story recounts the ways in which inclusion and welcome to God’s community is ever expanding — from the story of Abraham and Sarah, to the inclusive ministry of Jesus, to the baptism of Cornelius, to the missionary journeys of Paul throughout the Greco-Roman world. The liberating work of the Spirit as witnessed in the activities of Jesus’ ministry has been to address the situations and structures of exclusion, injustice and oppression that diminish God’s people and keep them from realizing the full gift of human personhood in the context of human communion.

Sadly, those radical pro-abortion moral freaks deny the full gift of human personhood  to the unborn.  But they make up nonsense about the Bible being “inclusive” of those who continue to rebel Romans 1-style.  Christianity is inclusive in the sense that God will take anyone — that is, anyone who repents and believes.

Run, don’t walk, from fake Christian churches.