Now, why would Our Lord feel it necessary to underscore so heavily this teaching about heterosexual unions if not that it was likely to be ignored? If you think this is a misrepresentation, then make sure you and your family are clear about this and move on. Even if ALL of their exegesis is correct, it does not mean what they claim it means. But that would be yielding to prejudice. We also have sex with other species and babies, right? LGBT Christians in Pentecostal-Charismatic churches may still be confronted with services entirely geared to heteronormativity, with few concessions to the LGBT members, who are silenced in their midst. Jesus, a first-century Jewish theologian, would almost certainly have held the traditional Jewish belief about same-sex relations—that is, he would have believed such sexual activity was sinful.
Paul the Apostle:
One good source to see how identity process can be derailed early in childhood, often before memory is developed, is Dr. The Greek word pais carries a range of meanings depending on the context in which it is used. In this case while Jesus may have not mentioned homosexuals Jesus did affirm heterosexual relationships. Truly, "To the pure all things are pure, but to those who are defiled and unbelieving nothing is pure; but even their mind and conscience are defiled" Titus 1:
He said he was an example of faith — someone we all should strive to be like.