See http://www.evangelsociety.org/francisco/gaychange.html for the Sinful, but Love the Sinner position.
How would you summarize the “hate the sin but love the sinner” position?
What fears does it express? How does it address those fears?
What about the scriptures it cites? Is that appropriate use?
What points do you believe are valid?
What are your concerns about this position?
What is the practical impact of our judgment of the person we profess to love?
On our relationship with them?
On their relationship with the community?
Deepak Chopra has written in his book, The Third Jesus, “. . . [H]is teachings have been hijacked by people who hate in the name of love.” p. 7. How does that apply or not to this position of hate the sin but love the sinner?
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