So why does the particular sin of homosexuality enjoy such lofty status?
The Trojan Horse of inclusion has successfully infiltrated many denominations, including the Episcopalians. At first, silent tolerance of homosexuality was the order of the day, but as the movement gained traction, it morphed into unconditional acceptance of the sin.
Our culture needs faith in Christ now more than ever, but as churches are losing members and social relevance, leaders are reluctant to take a strong stance on anything that might alienate some of the congregation.
Unfortunately, leaders unintentionally compound the problem as people confirmed in their sin feel less of a need for redemption and those who still believe in the traditional God of the Bible see their views marginalized.
As the saying goes, “The road to Hell is paved with good intentions,” and this move under the guise of tolerance is especially nefarious.
Church leaders are supposed to keep Christians on the path to God, but Perry’s ordination is further evidence of church leaders kowtowing to the culture and leading their sheep down the road to perdition.
When leaders ignore the message of the Bible to advocate for their favorite sin, they are preying on their own flock.
Perry and her contemporaries who are looking for proof in the Bible might want to consider what Jesus said in Matthew 7:15:
“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves.”
Condoning sin makes sinners feel less in need of redemption and it makes your true believers feel marginalized.
Source: Western Journal