In an article I read recently about "fag friendly bibles" and apps

(I refuse to use the word gay when describing what the Bible describes as the most miserable of all people), I read where the author of the article while showing the false narrative these "bibles" and apps are trying to portray, made the claim that the clothes God made for Adam and Eve were symbolic of the sacrifice for sin that was Jesus' death.

There is no doubt that the author is correct that this "fag friendly bible" and app is a false narrative. Rom.1 is the clearest description of how God views the homosexual(Rom.1:21,22). And of why and how they got there(Rom.1:23). And what is their deserved end(Rom.1:26-32).

But, sadly at the same time the author of the article causes great harm to his own credibility by doing the very same thing with the Bible that he is accusing the fag bible writers of doing.

He wrote, "Additionally, the Our Bible app completely overlooks the Gospel symbolism here: after Adam and Eve sinned, God killed animals to make clothing for them." Incredibly he adds, "A sacrifice was performed to cover the shame of the first two human sinners. This is all remarkable foreshadowing of the work of Jesus Christ on the cross."

He should be more mindful of Rom.2:1. Because not only do we not find a single shred of evidence for this so called symbolism of an "animal sacrifice" in the Genesis account. We also do not find evidence that this is what God was doing for Adam and Eve anywhere in the Bible.

In other words, like his fag bible writer counterparts, he just makes up what he wants the Bible to mean. Rather than believing what the Bible plainly says.

So there is no "gospel symbolism" as this author states there is in God "making clothes of animal skins". It is only because people like this author believe original sin and sin nature doctrine that they read their beliefs into the scriptures to create this "symbolism". Just as the homosexuals are doing with their bible and app.

In the Bible we see that God "MADE" the skins. Just as the Bible says God "MADE" the world. The word in both of these verses is bara in Hebrew. So He did not kill an animal to get them. He MADE them just as He made the world.

And we are told by God that the environment they would now be living in would have thorns and thistles. Things that can be very harmful when they come in contact with human skin.

So it would be more in line with the Biblical narrative to conclude that the reason for the clothing was for protection from the elements God said they would encounter in their new environment. Rather than some never spoken of connection between them and the animal sacrifices representative of Jesus' death that Israel had to perform while they were under the law.

And since Paul teaches in Rom.5:13 that until Moses there was no law that brought the imputation of sins. An imputation that was specific to Israel because of the law they were given through Moses. There would be no reason or need for God to sacrifice animals for the forgiveness or covering of Adam and Eve's sin. Or to "cover their shame" as the author says.

Because not only is there never any mention anywhere in the scriptures of Adam and Eve being ashamed of their nakedness after they ate the fruit. It is still true today that no married couple has shame being naked in front of each other.

Why? Because just as Adam and Eve were joined together in marriage by God and made “one flesh”, so too are all who God has joined together in holy matrimony.

In Rom.5:12,13 Paul says plainly that their sin of eating the fruit was not imputed to them. Which means God did not hold them accountable for their sin. And only when one is held accountable for sin as Israel was under the law is their sin imputed to them. Thus creating the need for the animal sacrifices Israel alone performed at God's command.

So what do those sin nature adherents who have been teaching "we are born this way" expect?

After teaching for centuries the lies of Augustine that people are "born that way". Sinners by nature by imputation and inheritance from Adam. It logically follows that others like these homosexuals would also find a way to incorporate this false doctrine into one of their own. Seeing that John calls this doctrine antichrist in 1John4:1-3.

So like their original sin and sin nature believing counterparts, their favorite excuse for their abominable choice for committing these sins(and according to the word of God it is certainly a choice),is "we were made this way". Or "we were born like this".

But, the Bible says we are "fearfully and wonderfully made, marvelous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well." And that God's finished creation was "very good". A far cry from the "we were born this way" mantra used by all of these people who are trying to justify their filthy choices.

What this author did in his article is what Rom.2:1 says the Jews do when they condemn these people for idol worship. While they are doing the same by placing the law between them and God making it an idol. Becoming their means for the righteousness that only comes by faith.

These were shown this when Abraham believed God and he was reckoned righteous. Yet they persist in seeing the keeping of the law as their pathway to righteousness. Rejecting what God said through Isaiah when he told them, "Your righteousness' are as filthy rags".

Here in Isaiah64:6,7 Isaiah says, "But we are all as an unclean thing, and all our righteousnesses are as filthy rags; and we all do fade as a leaf; and our iniquities, like the wind, have taken us away.

And there is none that calleth upon thy name, that stirreth up himself to take hold of thee: for thou hast hid thy face from us, and hast consumed us, because of our iniquities."

First I want to show that Isaiah was not speaking of himself or others like him who trusted God for righteousness. Here he is speaking of those who were committing idolatry by placing the law between themselves and God as the means by which they are made acceptable to God. So Isaiah was not saying all of Israel's righteousnesses were as filthy rags. But, only those who believed law keeping made them acceptable to God.

These were like people today who interpret Rom.3:23 to mean that no one can attain the righteousness demands of the law. And that this is why "all have sinned". Because they too have believed that righteousness could come from works if people could do them blamelessly in thought, word, and deed. A deadly mistake

that makes righteousness a matter of works to them. Rather than by "the faith of Christ" as Paul says in Gal.2:16.

What are these iniquities Isaiah is referring to. It was their idolatries. The fact that they went whoring after other gods. Which were not gods. Trusting in and serving the false god rather than the true God that delivered them from the hands of those who would spoil them time and time again.

These iniquities were by-products of their unbelief. Un-belief that is by definition not trusting in God. And when they would not trust in God, but instead trusted in works of the law for righteousness. They were doing the very thing any idolater was guilty of. This is why Isaiah told them their righteousnesses were as filthy rags.

This is why Isaiah said, "there is none that calleth upon thy name, that stirred up himself to take hold of thee." These thought that if they kept the law this would make them acceptable to God. Rejecting the truth that simply trusting in Him, without any works whatsoever, is righteousness.

This is what Jesus came to show Israel. This is why in John8:24 He said, "ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I AM, ye shall die in your sins." Because it is by believing in Him that men are righteous. Righteousness never has been by the works of the law. Or any kind of works for that matter.

This is why Paul wrote in Gal.2:16 saying, "We who are Jews by nature, and not sinners of the Gentiles,

Knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law, but by the faith of Jesus Christ, even we have believed in Jesus Christ, that we might be justified by the faith of Christ, and not by the works of the law: for by the works of the law shall no flesh be justified."

Continuing Paul writes, "For I through the law am dead to the law, that I might live unto God". Because by Jesus fulfilling every requirement the law had for it's passing away Jesus through the law brought the law to it's predetermined end. This is why Jesus' final words on the cross were, "It is finished".

And now with the law passed away the Jew can live unto God through faith in Jesus without the works of the law.

I said all of this to say that the law that brought the imputation of sins served it's purpose by being a guard over Israel as a schoolmaster until Jesus came. This gave to the law given through Moses a lifespan of approximately 1500 years.

But, before, during, and after this there was no law that brought the imputation of sins for anyone except the Israelites who were given this law. So interpreting the coats of skins God made and clothed Adam and Eve with as a sacrifice for their sin is equally as damning a doctrine as those who claim their being "born this way" means the Bible must have been misinterpreted to say homosexuality is wrong.

Both have fallen into the same gnostic trap of satan. Making the Bible mean something that it does not plainly say. Rather than believing what it absolutely and plainly does say. Rejecting the Biblical truth that if men sin they must choose to do evil by their own free will. And there is nothing in their nature that causes them to do so.

They must choose to believe what the Bible plainly says to escape the captivity of the devil they are in. A captivity that causes them to "oppose themselves" with notions of "born this way" with it's excuses for idol worship.

Whether the idol be the law that was created by God and given through Moses. Or the worship of any other created thing. It all falls under the banner of Rom.1 where Paul said "the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness; Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.

For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.

Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things."

God's answer for this is faith in Jesus. Because it is by faith in Him that the man who worships images made to look like man, birds, four footed beasts, and creeping things, comes to the righteousness of faith. As well as the one who has placed the law between him and God comes to the righteousness that is of faith without works when he trusts in Jesus.

So whatever the idol is that you have found yourself worshipping. Whether it be the phalic idol of those who wrote the satanic homosexual bible and app. Or the one that makes Jesus' sacrifice the bloody and torturous death of the innocent their god requires to appease his wrath. Or any other god of your own making. God came as a man to deliver you from it's grip and deception. To make you His children so you could live with Him in His kingdom forever.

If you will turn from your idols to trust in Jesus you will be made a child of God. And as a child you will be heir to His kingdom. If you will do this then you will have eternal life. If you will do this then you will receive a glorified body in the resurrection. If you will do this... then I will see you there of in the air!

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