Harnessing Homophobia by Donald Cantrell

Harnessing Homophobia
Donald Cantrell
1 Corinthians 6:9-11

I - The Initial Monument of Marriage
A) Divine Creator
B) Detailed Craftsmanship
C) Distinct Couple

II - The Instruction Manual of Marriage
A) The Sanctified Partnership
B) The Specified Plan
C) The Satisfied Pleasure

III - The Intentional Manipulation of Marriage
A) The Homosexual Assault
B) The Homosexual Alliance
C) The Homosexual Appeal
D) The Homosexual Agenda

IV - The Implicating Misapplication of Marriage
A) Challenging the Scriptures
B) Changing the Standards
C) Clarifying the Sins

V - The Important Message of Marriage
A) God Created Man
B) God Chose Marriage
C) God Cares Mightily
D) God Changed Many

This sermon is a very comprehensive study of a biblical marriage and how God created marriage for male and female. In this sermon we discuss why it is unnatural for homosexuals to be married. The sermon also gives a clear biblical portrait of God's plan for marriage. The sermon takes an in depth look at the LGBT lifestyle and how God loves them and wants to change them. You will help your congregation by reading this material and presenting this subject to them in a compassionate yet truthful manner.

Theme: ''Compassionate yet truthful treatment of homosexuality''

Infamous Days

On January 22, 1973 the Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion by handing down their decision in the case of Roe v. Wade. The Supreme Court decided in favor of Roe in a 7-2 decision. Justice Blackmun wrote the opinion for the majority, which recognized that a woman's choice whether to have an abortion is protected by her right to privacy.

Justices Stewart, Burger and Douglas wrote concurring opinions. Justices White and Rehnquist dissented. The majority determined that a woman's right to decide whether to have an abortion involved the question of whether the Constitution protected a right to privacy.

Om June 25, 1962 the Supreme Court decided the case ...

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