NEW BOOK RELEASE: Homosexual Agenda and the U.S. Military
I have written Homosexual Agenda and the US Military [order by clicking the title, the image, or the link at bottom] to be used as a field manual for US service members, military chaplains, and anyone that cares about the Gospel and religious liberty. This polemical book exposes the homosexual agenda that adversely affects religious liberty for Christians in the Armed Forces.
There are several reasons why this book is important for Christians in the US military as this book will expose several issues:
First, the homosexual agenda is inequitable. Homosexuality is certainly a controversial topic in the Armed Forces. There are several homosexual activists that will demand equality and tolerance. However, homosexual activists are not so equal or tolerant towards anyone that disagrees with their position on same sex marriage or transgenderism. They will claim to love all, but they really do not mean all—they mean agenda. I would use the acronyms HIV to describe their agenda, which is hypocrisy, immorality, and vitriol.
As a result, they may vilify anyone that opposes their worldview. This is an issue for Bible-believers, since Christians believe marriage is between a man and a woman, and they will not call a man a woman, nor will they call a woman a man, or call evil good or good evil.
How come Christians will not call a homosexual what they want to be called? It is because Christians recognize that all men and women are moral beings who were created by God, and they recognize that homosexuality is erroneous not because of subjectivity or a cultural consensus—but rather, because of God’s Word (1 Corinthians 6:9-10).
Second, the homosexual agenda is deviant. Homosexuals claims to be inclusive towards all, yet they will insult anyone that holds a biblical worldview of marriage between a man and a woman. How can homosexuals claim to be inclusive toward all yet many of them will call Christians homophobic bigots, unloving Christian fundamentalists, and even threaten with lawsuits? This is because the homosexual agenda has a definition for inclusivity—their way or the highway. Christians in the Armed Forces need to be aware of this, as this book exposes several issues that may arise from the homosexual agenda.
Moreover, the homosexual agenda also poses several issues for military chaplains. Just as Satan disguises himself as an angel of light (2 Corinthians 11:14), there are also ecclesiastical endorsing agencies that promote homosexuality, which is vexing, because this means that they endorse chaplains that will do the same. Bible-believing military chaplains must carefully walk circumspectly, and not be naïve or vacuous about this issue surrounding apostate chaplains who preach corruption, and not Christ. In addition, I would argue that Bible-believing service members have a moral obligation to expose them (Ephesians 5:11), which is something this book will show you how to do.
Furthermore, the homosexual agenda is unconstitutional. When Christians openly discuss their faith which addresses systematic theology on marriage that is averse to homosexual practices, it is not uncommon for homosexuals to deprecate Christian service members as bigots that are unfit for military service. As a result, chaplains and Christian service members are told to be silent about mentioning Christ, which is unconstitutional, since there is nothing in the Constitution or military policy that prohibits mentioning Christ. This book will detail a few instances.
Finally, homosexuals need the Gospel. If Christians are silent when homosexual activists complain or make threats, or when homosexual approving chaplains are teaching service members that homosexuality is good—how can anyone know the truth if Christians allow this to happen and do nothing? Military chaplains and Christian service members must boldly expose the homosexual agenda, and proclaim Christ so His Gospel reverberates throughout the Armed Forces.
I pray that my Lord will use this book to equip Christians so they can contend for the faith against those who will attempt to pervert the grace of our Lord.
To God be the glory!
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