LSN reporter Matthew Hoffman speaks to Brazilians
about dangers of homosexual movement
|Hoffman speaks at the|
Campos dos Afonsos Baptist Church
in Rio de Janeiro.
BY THE EDITORS
Fri Dec 02, 2011 13:31 EST
December 1, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) - LifeSIteNews’ Latin America Correspondent Matthew Cullinan Hoffman has recently returned from a two-week Brazilian speaking tour on the dangerous rise of the homosexual movement and its link to the corrupted sexual morals of heterosexuals.
Hoffman spoke to a large number of Catholic bishops and priests, as well as Evangelical ministers and laity, who received his message with gratitude. Three of the talks were live-streamed on the Internet and a fourth was recorded for possible distribution by a Protestant family ministry. Click "here" to read the complete article.
I applaud Matthew Hoffman for having the courage to stand up and speak out against the homosexual movement that seems to be an epidemic that is spreading world-wide like a cancer invading the human body.
It has come to a point in our modern society that if a Christian speaks out against homosexuality they are quickly condemned as being "hateful", "bigots", or, even in some jurisdictions "criminals" because saying anything negative about homosexuality is classified as a "hate crime".
In the Holy Scriptures, Jesus commands us to go out and preach the gospel to all people and let them know that God loves them. I think it is time that all believers need to be like Matthew Hoffman and speak out against homosexuality (in the love of Jesus) and let folks know that it is not God's will for the human race. What are some of your ideas regarding this very sensitive issue? Should Christians speak out or should they remain silent when it comes to sexual immorality?