The Bible & Homosexual Practice with Robert Gagnon

Robert Gagnon is perhaps the world’s leading authority on Christianity and homosexuality. His The Bible & Homosexual Practice is a wealth of scholarship addressing just about every possible attempt to read the Bible as endorsing a homosexual lifestyle. Now, thanks to Jim Garlow, much of Gagnon’s wisdom on this pressing issue is available in a few relatively short clips.  With the cultural pressure to accept homosexuality as a positive and even God-pleasing option for human sexuality, this is study time well spent and well invested. Enjoy!

Part 1: The Old Testament – Genesis 1 & 2

Part 2: The Old Testament – Sodom

Part 3: The Old Testament – The Levitical Prohibition

Part 4: The Old Testament – David & Jonathan

Part 5: The New Testament – The Witness of Jesus

Part 6: The New Testament – The Witness of Paul

Part 7: The Hermeneutical Relevance of the Bible

For more from Gagnon, see his exhaustive work:

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Posted on May 12, 2014, in Sexuality, Video Clips and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Reblogged this on thereformedmind and commented:
    Warning: If you desperately need the bible to either fail to condemn or at least to ambiguously evaluate homosexual practice, then don’t watch these videos from Dr. Robert Gagnon.

  2. Reblogged this on The Misadventures of Captain Headknowledge and commented:
    Robert Gagnon summarizes his masterful work on what the Bible teaches about human sexuality in a series of short videos. You will find them very helpful.

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