Should Sodomites Be Put To Death? With Special Guest: Pastor Greg Harman – New Beginnings Christian Church

This is an archived interview from the last season of The Sister Abigail Show. I look forward to the many new shows that are on the way. To receive updates about The Sister Abigail Show please fill out the contact form on the Home Page.  Blessings! – Sister Abigail

6 thoughts on “Should Sodomites Be Put To Death? With Special Guest: Pastor Greg Harman – New Beginnings Christian Church”

  1. You should be ashamed of yourself, posting in the name of Scripture. Do a textual analysis of Romans 1:24-32, 1 Corinthians 6:9-11. You will find that there is freedom from all sin. Please don’t pervert the Gospel with this transsexual abomination.

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      1. Gen 1- God created a perfect world
        Gen 2- God created man and woman
        Gen 3- Man disobeyed God, and God curses them
        Gen 4- Man Kills for the first time
        Gen 5- Man grows on earth
        Gen 6-10- Man’s evil is so great that the earth is destroyed through the flood. Noah’s Ark. God destroyed the earth. There were babies, small children on the planet when this happened. This shows God’s view toward Sin.

        We can continue all the way to Sodom and Gomorrah but you have probably heard that one a thousand times. And I will gladly discuss scripture in a loving way, but first you need to figure out what true love is…
        Consider for a moment you and I were sitting on a park bench. In front of us was a manhole(sewer drain cover) uncovered. We are discussing the meaning of life, religion, etc.. then suddenly we see a blind man with his cane tapping around. What would be the loving thing to do?
        -Obviously, we would stop what we were talking about and get up to help the man avoid falling into the hole.
        Now by doing this we are judging the man. First We are judging that he is blind and second we are judging that he will fall into the hole. But are we right in helping the man not fall into the hole?
        The answer to this depends on what your definition of love is. If we are more concerned with hurting his feelings, than for him to die from a fall then that is very jaded love, and to be honest I don’t even think you could call that love to let the man fall into the hole. And I don’t think no one would fault us for helping the man. But yet, throughout scripture we see the destruction for those that do not acknowledge the ordinances of God. Just like I judged the blind man, by seeing his cane, you can make the same judgement on those in the world by the fruit of their life in Luke 6:44. The logic that condemned us for saving that blind man is the same logic for those condemning those that warn people of Hell. Saying things like , “God is love!” (1 John 4:8) Which this is true, but remember our lesson on love…there are incorrect views of it.

        “God is just!”(2 Thessalonians 1:6) This is also in scripture. God is love and God is just. God will judge the world one day (James 4:12). If you read scripture you know this. So, let’s consider another point. God is a loving just judge. What an awesome statement about GOD! So POWERFUL!
        If a man breaks the law and comes before the judge- the logic of the flawed love we learned earlier would say that it would be loving to let that guy go. But my question now is, how is that Just? It’s not! That is contradicting what we just learned about God.We are all law breakers, so how can anyone survive this loving just judge? If the judge pays the penalty for you. The law is satisfied, So how is this done. The Judge (God) gave his Son (Jesus) to die on the Cross to pay the penalty for our sin. So whoever believes in Jesus doesn’t experience hell, but has eternal life (John 3:16).

        Then why am I talking to you, if anyone who believe in Jesus get’s to go to heaven. Well james 2:19 says even the demons believe and shudder. So there has to be something to this thing. The demons don’t love God. So we read in 1 john 5 that anyone who is in Christ is abiding in Love, and loves Christ. John 14:15 says if you love Jesus you will keep His commandments. Now this lays a small foundation for our conversation.

        You seem like a loving person. Do you love God, people, or just yourself?


  2. As a pastor and missionary for a number of years I am familiar with your line of thought. I was not saying that you were being unloving. I was saying that love needed to be the foundation by which we discussed this topic. I appreciate your acting in love to save me from the clutches of hell. I understand your picture of God very well since I was once a fundamentalist Christian pastor. I do not however believe homosexuality is a sin. I would love to discuss this further if you are interested. Thanks for taking your time to share with me. Blessings!


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