5 Spiritual Dangers in the Human Rights Campaign’s ‘Guide’ for LGBT Evangelicals

Jul 14, 2018 by

by Tyler O’Neil, PJ Media:

On Friday, the LGBT group Human Rights Campaign (HRC) published a “guide” for LGBT people in evangelical Christian churches. The guide twisted the Bible, painted traditional Christianity as hateful, downplayed the crucial role of repentance in the Christian life, identified people with their sin, and pushed a radical acceptance of LGBT ideology on churches.

The great spiritual threat in this message was apparent from the very title of the guidance: “Coming Home to Evangelicalism and to Self.” C.S. Lewis, channeling Jesus’ humility in Philippians 2, described pride as “the great sin,” explaining that a turning in on self is the “complete anti-God state of mind.”

HRC’s push to encourage churches to accept people who suffer with same-sex attraction and gender dysphoria is laudable, and Christians have been too dismissive of these people in the past. But Christians must be careful to preserve the teachings of Jesus while extending His grace to those who struggle with these issues. God calls Christians to love LGBT people, but not to affirm LGBT identity, and HRC’s “guidance” undermines that crucial mission.

Without further ado, here are the five ways in which the HRC “guide” poses a serious threat to the spiritual health of evangelical Christians, whether they identify as LGBT or not.

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