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Because it Seems Fitting: Various Exegetes on Romans 1:26-27

Romans 1:26–27 contains the clearest teaching in the New Testament on homosexuality. In this section Paul described the practice as “shameful,” “unnatural,” “indecent,” and as a “perversion.” By contrast, the Greco-Roman society of Paul’s day tolerated homosexuality with considerable ease. … Continue reading

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The Importance of True Piety

Where it is absent, ruin reigns, as we can see in our society. Zwingli writes Real piety, by which is meant true worship and prayer to God, has disappeared among us, as St. Paul writes to the Romans [Rom. 1:28–31]: … Continue reading

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