Valentine’s Day commemorates Saint Valentine of Rome who performed weddings for soldiers who were forbidden to marry and ministered to Christians persecuted under the Roman Empire. Worldwide, the day is now set aside for couples to celebrate their love, relationship, and marriage.
However, Hominterns deep inside the Evangelical Deep State have been extolling the virtue of singleness (instead of marriage) for several years, thanks to subversive gay change-agents like troublesome homosexual priest, Sam Allberry.
Allberry’s dangerous teaching on homosexuality was exposed by Pastor Tom Buck in 2019 in a series of lengthy expose’s on his subversive notions that undermine the Bible’s position on sodomy. In spite of being marked a false teacher by sound Biblical teachers, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) continue to use the gay man for his unbiblical propaganda.
Instead of using Valentine’s Day to extoll marriage, the ERLC’s blog post today – written by Jen Kintner – quote Allberry on the topic of singleness.
The “gay eunuch” model of human sexuality refuses to condemn homosexual desires as sinful (also called SSA or Same-Sex Attraction), instead drawing the line only at homosexual behavior. The gay eunuch movement does not preach sanctification and largely do not believe that the Holy Spirit can make a homosexual person “straight” by the power of conversion. Instead, the gay eunuch movement tells homosexuals to get used to living single lives, presuming their sexual orientation cannot change and become properly aligned with the Word of God.
The post by Kintner, a single spinstress in her mid-30s, is a review of the gay priest’s book, 7 Myths About Singleness. We would recommend that if a woman wanted to get married to not take advice from a homosexual man, but that kind of common sense is foreign to the Evangelical Intelligentsia.
Allberry’s book is largely a contradiction of God’s design to “be fruitful and multiply” (Genesis 1:28) and instead seeks to laud singleness as special or valuable. And yet, the Bible says it is marriage that is to be honored (Hebrews 13:4).
The Homintern invasion of evangelicalism and the babying of unconverted sodomites is actually having a negative effect on our young people who should be desiring marriage rather than celebrating singleness.