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Kevin Swanson

Evangelicals to Persecute Real Christians? - Taking Compromise Plan From Mormons

December 20, 2018
00:00 26:52

The National Association of Evangelicals which includes the EV Free Church, the Presbyterian Church of America, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, the Vineyard, and others have endorsed a plan to include homosexuals under federal nondiscrimination laws. This move sets real Christians up for persecution, while protecting fake Christians from persecution. The motions passed by the National Association of Evangelicals and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities were based on the Utah Compromise. The Mormons capitulated first, and then the evangelicals followed them on this one. Is it the responsibility of the civil magistrate to provide for the “needs” of homosexuals who want a wedding? That seems to be the hinge argument of the evangelicals who are pushing for “homosexual rights.” We contrast this with the biblical ethical standard for the civil magistrate and the treatment of homosexuality.

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Kevin Swanson is the host of Generations Radio and a homeschool father of five children. Homeschooled himself in the 1960's and 1970's, Kevin went on to run for US Senate and has since traveled around the US and world speaking on the family, education, and biblical worldview. As the Director of Generations with Vision, Kevin has a passion for faith, family, and freedom in the 21st Century.

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