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Response to SCOTUS Ruling

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June 26, 2015 SCOTUS RULING

Our pastoral staff would like to offer to you a number of resources regarding the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on so called “same-sex” marriage. We hope you find these beneficial!


History, Sympathy, and Sovereignty:                                               

A Biblical Response to Homosexuality:

  • Genesis 19
  • Leviticus 18:22
  • Leviticus 20:13
  • Deuteronomy 22:5
  • Romans 1:26-27
  • 1 Timothy 1:9-10
  • 1 Corinthians 6:9-10


Recent Sermon Series on Homosexuality:

  1. The Current State of Homosexuality
  2. What the Bible Says About Homosexuality
  3. Answering Arguments in Favor of Homosexuality
  4. Compassionate Truth Telling: A Biblical Response to Homosexuality


Resources on the Believer’s Response to the Supreme Court’s Ruling:

Addressing the issues:

The Case Against same-sex marriage– Reasons refusing this right would benefit society.

A Biblical Response to Homosexuality– Six theological articles that address the issue of Homosexuality.

Here We Stand– A cosigned document declaring the evangelical definition of marriage has not changed!

A Gospel Reminder about Homosexuality and Demonic Worldviews– Jordan Standridge on sharing the Gospel.


Gospel-informed responses:

The Christian’s Response to the World Doing What the World Does– Eric Davis on living wise among the lost.

Anchoring in God’s Word– Eric Davis on the Gospel informed response to such a ruling.


Standing Firm:

SCOTUS and Premillennialism– Clint Archer on the increase of lawlessness and the coming of Jesus soon.

Four Responses to the Coming Persecution– Jesse Johnson on why we should not be surprised by persecution.

A word to pastors preaching in the aftermath of Obergefell v. Hodges– Denny Burk on being diligent to be diligent in teaching and preaching the Word with courage.

40 Questions for Christians now waving Rainbow Flags– Kevin DeYoung on Christians cheering for these changes.