By now, you’ve heard stories like this too many times. Father McFarlin had a reputation for sexual deviancy. He crossed the line in conversations with children with sexually suggestive language. By 2005, his Bishops had investigated complaints by six different children in his diocese. But they didn’t report him to police or remove him from […]
If there was a political decision in the last several decades that is in perfect agreement with the Two-Kingdoms Theology, it is the vote of the legislature of the state of New York on elevating sodomite perversion to the level of “marriage.” On one hand, the state legislature, as an institution of the common kingdom, […]
New York’s recent decision to legalize same-sex marriage marks a big triumph for the homosexual community. The decision passed, partly due to two Republican senators who had previously been undecided voting yes and partly due to stronger religious exemptions than previous versions of the law. Gary talks about the pitfalls of this “two-kingdom” mindset, in this edition of Vantage Point.