Dr. Russell Moore and The Homosexual Compromise: Dangerously Accommodating the Homosexual Community, Part 3

This is the third article in this series. You may see the first on Revoice here and second on Beth Moore here.

Dr. Russell Moore is the head of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. Moore’s accommodation of the homosexual community is related to reparative therapy (RT). RT is a term for various therapies or Christian approaches that provide help to those with varying degrees of involvement in homosexuality so they can contentedly live as a heterosexual for those who desire to do so. Dr. Nicolosi is the originator of RT. He began his work in 1981. He said RT “was aimed at people who do not identify with their same-sex attractions.”[1] It was designed only for those who desire change. Both Nicolosi’s work and Christian ministry approaches believe change is possible, but rely heavily upon the desire of the individual for success. The same is true of evangelism. While change is available, the person’s desire is essential. Continue reading →

Beth Moore and The Homosexual Compromise: Dangerously Accommodating the Homosexual Community, Part 2

This is the second article in this series on The Homosexual Compromise. You can see the first article on Revoice here.

Beth Moore is a well-known Bible teacher. She wrote her position on homosexuality in her book Praying God’s Word, which she later became convinced went beyond the Scripture. When the book was reprinted, she deleted nearly six pages of material, amounting to half the chapter, including the following words from page 279. Continue reading →