See what CafeMoms are saying about saving time this holiday season..
We all know the drill. Someone points out other passages of things alleged "good Christians" do (such as shave, be near people on their period, eat shellfish, etc), and invariably the answer is, "That's the old Testament. It doesn't count, stupid, learn some theology!"
But the shellfish, shaving and other lovely passages forbidding things that these people do, are all in Leviticus too, which is where the single anti-homosexuality passage of the Bible comes from.
So if that's the OT and it doesn't count, how come the passage about homosexuality still counts?