Churches warned: ‘Tidal wave of gay theology’ looming

Evangelist sued for Bible preaching sees lesbian worship singer as harbinger

Vicky Beeching
Vicky Beeching
An evangelical Christian worship singer who has been urging churches to change their doctrine on homosexual behavior since announcing she is a lesbian is at the forefront of a coming tidal wave of “infiltration” of the church by promoters of the “gay” agenda, contends evangelical attorney, evangelist and activist Scott Lively.

Lively, president of Abiding Truth Ministries, said that with insiders on the offensive such as Vicky Beeching, a British-born artist who has become popular among evangelicals in the U.S., he expects “attacks on Christians in America like we’ve never seen before.”

He explained that after the Stonewall riots in 1969, homosexual activists banded together to oppose every American institution that did not fully accept and promote homosexual behavior.

The first victory was over the American Psychiatric Association, and within 40 years, every other group had been conquered, he said. The Boy Scouts were the latest to fall, just a year ago.

Now, the only organization left is the church, he said.

“All of their battle-hardened activists and enormous resources are all directed at the church,” he said.

The problem is that church leaders haven’t been preparing for such a fight, Lively said, and don’t really know what the movement is about.

Beeching revealed she is a lesbian in an interview last week with the Independent newspaper of London.

“What Jesus taught was a radical message of welcome and inclusion and love. I feel certain God loves me just the way I am, and I have a huge sense of calling to communicate that to young people,” she said.

Lively, however, said Beeching represents “the drawing back of the tide before a tsunami” and an indicator of “how bad this is going to get.”

He’s published a brochure for pastors that explains what the Bible says about homosexuality.

“Not a single biblical passage portrays homosexuality positively,” the brochure says. “Jesus unequivocally condemned ALL sexual sin including homosexuality by affirming the ‘one flesh’ paradigm of Genesis.”

It contends a “dangerous modern heresy called ‘gay theology’ is infiltrating the Christian church at an alarming pace.”

Written by: BOB UNRUH of WND where you can read his (this) complete article.

3 thoughts on “Churches warned: ‘Tidal wave of gay theology’ looming

  1. While I totally agree that being gay, lesbian, or having single sex “marriage” is wrong, immoral, unnatural, and against the teachings of the Bible, I don’t think it should be illegal or that those people should be shunned from our society. What those people do does not hurt anyone else or infringe on anyone else’s freedom. Therefore it is not a sin like murder or robbery. Those types of immoral activities are illegal not because they are immoral but because they infringe on someone else’s rights. What the LGBT crowd choses to do is between them and God. Who am I – or you – to judge? We should not shun them but try to get them to see the light and – if they chose not to – still love them and keep them as our brothers and sisters, friends and neighbors.

    Now, we have already screwed up the situation by equating the legal joining of a couple with the religious institution of marriage. They are, and should be, two separate issues. To deny a legally joined gay couple the same rights as a legally joined traditional couple is nothing but blatant discrimination. That is unjust and illegal.

    Jesus did not only associate with the faithful, he associated with the sinners in heart as well and said that we should do the same. Think about that.

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