The Silence of Jesus and the Voice of the Apostles

The post linked below puts forth an important point about the sanctity-of-marriage debate taking place among Christians today.

It also offers and important reason for making sure that we give as much regard to the black print in our New Testaments as we do the red print.

(This latter point is necessitated by the fact that so-called “Red-Letter Christians” seem to be claiming that Jesus Christ fully supports the current Democratic Party platform’s conception of “social justice.”  I say “so-called” because one hardly ought to consider himself a Christian if he prefers American  society’s currently prevailing sexual mores over the sexual purity demanded by Christ of those who follow Him.  That such a person sees no difference between the two simply means that he can’t see Christ at all.)

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