Exegetical Issues in the Use of the Bible to Justify the Acceptance of Homosexual Practice

Guenther ('Gene') Haas

The past forty years has seen the emergence of numerous arguments for a revised exegesis of the biblical passages that the church has traditionally understood to condemn homosexual practice. In this essay Guenther ('Gene') Haas carefully examines and evaluates these various revisionist arguments and argues that none of them are sound exegetically. His conclusion is that the clear biblical teaching is an unqualified condemnation of homosexual practice as sin. Dr. Haas is Associate Professor of Religion and Theology at Redeemer College, Ontario, Canada.

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