The origin of sin also has to do with man's being born with a free will,including an alternative to commit evil. It has to do with Satan bringingthat alternative to the attention of Eve, the first lady of creation. Ithas to do with both Adam and Eve having their eyes opened to the inner strugglethey had introduced into their bodies and minds. How sin was communicatedfrom Adam to the rest of the human race is another one of those theologicalproblems still being argued.
"Not only did we see men kissing men, but these shirtless homosexuals were twisting the nipples of each other and fondling the butts and groins of their 'lovers.' And all this occurred right out in the open at a Disney theme park." -
Does the Bible say homosexuals will go to hell?
If fact, every member of an SBC church should withdraw their church membership and go find a Biblical Independent Baptist Church that takes an UNCOMPROMISING stand against homosexuality!
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