No, Paul Was Not Anti-Gay,
Nor Did He Refer to Homosexuality as "Unnatural."
So much has been misunderstood about Romans 1:26-67. For too long it has been used to justify discrimination.
We Can Do Better.
In this UnClobber Course You Will Learn
- Why Paul wrote a letter to the church in Rome.
- What his goal was (Spoiler: it wasn't to condemn gay people).
- How tragically we've gotten Paul 180˚ wrong.
- What this passage has to do with homosexuality, sexual orientation, or anything else pertinent to LGBTQ people.
Included in Every UnClobber Mini-Course
HD Video Lessons
More than an hour of content filmed over seven sessions with unique interactive graphics.
Prefer to listen to the course? No problem. Each course includes high quality audio files to download/stream.
Follow along with a printable multi-page PDF worksheet designed specifically for UnClobber courses.
It's Time We UnClobber Romans 1:26-27
In this highly focused mini-course, solely about the clobber passage in Romans, you'll find total liberation from the old (bad) idea that Paul condemned homosexuality.
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Looking for the Other Clobber Passages?
Maybe you're curious about that whole "abomination" thing in Leviticus. Or, why Paul talks about things being "unnatural" in Romans. Or, how about that whole "will not inherit the kingdom" business in Corinthians?