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  • It's No Surprise
    • Dr. Bill Crump
      Posted Aug 10, 2003 1:36 AM

      As the Church enters the 21st century, it's no surprise that homosexual "marriage" has become the newest heresy for the Church to condone.

      The problem began in the late 20th century when the Church decided that she needed a new purpose, a new appearance, and a new sound. The Church's purpose today is to pack the pews with "seekers" looking for fun, excitement, and self-esteem. The Church's appearance today is a "worship center" that duplicates the theatre and the concert hall with high-tech, multi-million-dollar sound and lighting equipment that showcases performers. The Church's sound today is lively, loud, and raucous, much like the din of carnivals and rock concerts.

      Gone are the reverence, dignity, and holiness of worship services today, for artists and the spirit of entertainment have put God on the back row in the last chair.

      So it should be no surprise that the next step down this miserable road of apostasy would be for the Church to condone homosexual "unions." The Church has opened her arms and invited the world, the proverbial wolf, and ultimately the prince of darkness himself to step into her midst. And we all know where that fateful road ends.
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