Strange Flesh? or a Strange Hermeneutic?

Dean Elliott teaches from Genesis 18 and 19, and Jude 6-8. This sermon in the Fault Lines series takes a look at the Biblical view of homosexuality. “Strange flesh,” found in Jude 7 (NKJV), refers to anything outside the bounds of what God has set of one man and one woman together. Hermeneutics is the science of Biblical interpretation. Is homosexuality wrong? What does the Bible teach about it? Does the Bible teach negatively about strange flesh, or do you have to adopt a very strange way of interpreting the Bible to exclude those passages that identify it as a major problem?

Additional Scripture references: Genesis 6; Genesis 9:20-27; Genesis 14; Romans 1; Leviticus 18

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