Man Sues Zondervan for Bible Translation Condemning Homosexuality
Jul 14, 2008
The trend is to make it a crime to call homosexual behavior a sin. Apparently, this causes harm to the psyche of homosexuals.
Learn what you can of Scripture today, because tomorrow's Bibles may be edited by your government, or at the very least, certain passages of Scripture will be illegal to quote in public. Since use of the internet is a privilege, not a right, the government can regulate it and claims the right to outlaw anything that calls homosexual relations a sin.
The next step, of course, will be to prosecute people for sending such statements out by postal mail, since that could then constitute "mail fraud."
Christians should start contemplating what to do if such laws are established. I suggest that Christians stop supporting torture today, because they could well become tomorrow's "terrorists" by quoting certain Scriptures. Since God generally fights fire with fire, I wonder if perhaps the Church's doctrine of torture might come back upon their own heads.
Dr. Stephen Jones