Tuesday, February 20, 2007

food for thought

I'm a gay Christian and I am not ashamed of who I am, I believe that Jesus still loves me and that is never going to change.

The English word homosexual is a compound word made from the Greek word homo, meaning “the same”, and the Latin term sexualis, meaning sex. The term “homosexual” is of modern origin, and it wasn’t until about a hundred years ago that it was first used. There is no word in biblical Greek or Hebrew that is equivalent to the English word homosexual. The 1946 Revised Standard Version (RSV) of the Bible was the first translation to use the word homosexual.

There is no word in biblical Greek or Hebrew for “sodomy.” A Sodomite was simply an inhabitant of Sodom, just as a Moabite was an inhabitant of Moab. Any translation of the New Testament making use of the words “sodomy” or “sodomite” are clear interpretations and not faithful translations.

here is an interesting read there are more links on the sidebar of this site that will be worth a read
What does the Bible really say about Homosexuality?


Kalyan said...

bravo Russell. I completely agree. The link was very good and helpful :)

Rick Brentlinger said...


Thanks for what you posted on your blog. I hope you’ll continue to post.

I encourage you to check out my website. I deal extensively with being gay and Christian.

A particular Link you might enjoy deals with the Biblical definition of sodomite.


God bless you in your Christian walk.

Rick Brentlinger