Raising our kids in a society that normalizes what scripture defines as a perversion is relatively a new challenge for many Christian parents; particularly when it comes to the subject of homosexuality.
In today’s podcast we provide answers on how to prepare your home for the homosexual agenda that is gaining momentum in today’s culture.
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Founder and Director of Reel to Reel Ministries, author, speaker, and video documentarian, Eric Holmberg joins us on today’s podcast. He addresses the tough topic of homosexuality.
Addressing Tough Questions
Malcolm Mulgridge said the 20th century will be known as the century where sex took the place of the cross as an object of longing and worship.
Public opinion is changing. What use to be sinful is now acceptable.
In fact, in 1973 the American Psychiatric Association considered homosexuality a mental illness.
What has changed?
This two-part interview provides answers to the myriad of questions facing Christian homes such as:
- Can a five-year-old really be identified as a homosexual?
- What do parents need to be doing to prepare their kids about the persecution for their Christian belief that homosexuality is wrong?
- What is wrong with the concept of “committing adultery in my heart?”
- How is homosexuality considered hate speech?
- Is there a connection between homosexuality and polyandry?
- Is it true that living a homosexual lifestyle can shorten a life span as much as 15 years?
- How is the pro-homosexual culture influencing our families?
- Why is it that homosexuality has been viewed as a perversion for most of history?
You can stay connected with today’s guest through the following:
- Find out more about Apologetics Group and how they are addressing the culture’s toughest topics.
- This is a two-part series. You can check out part two of this interview here.
- Connect with Eric Holmberg via Facebook.
Conversation Starter: Our culture presents Christian homes with some tough decisions. In addition to the questions in today’s podcast, what other questions do you have for us?