Christians Say the Darnedest Things: True “Freedom” Comes Only From Jesus

Ken Ham

LGBT activists are selling the lie to hundreds of thousands of individuals, that if they embrace their “true” identity as a homosexual or transgender person (or whatever their feelings tell them), they will find true freedom. But Jesus tells us,

If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free…Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who practices sin is a slave to sin…So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed. (John 8:31–32, 34, 36)

Living the LGBT lifestyle leads to slavery to sin—it doesn’t give the freedom that it promises! Freedom (for any person) is only found in repentance and putting your faith and trust in Christ alone for salvation. Then the Son, Jesus Christ, will set you free from the yoke of slavery and give you new and eternal life. That’s the message this culture desperately needs to hear!

— Ken Ham, Answers in Genesis, Why is There a “Decline in LGBT Acceptance”?, August 8, 2019

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4 Comments

  1. ObstacleChick

    He leaves out the part that a Christian is no longer their own as they are bought with a price. I can’t fathom the freedom in having a new master.

    This guy reminds me of a false prophet. He pretends that he knows science, yet what he does is ignores vast amounts of scientific findings and picks a few things that fit his agenda. That’s not real science, that’s being a false prophet.

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  2. Carolk

    Why is it that iff LGBTQIA people find “freedom” in Christ that they are so damn miserable when they are subjected to the abuse of conversion therapy? There not any happier when they finish the therapy either. They look tortured and dead in the eyes to me.

    Boy Erased is a true story about a preacher’s kid who gets sent to conversion therapy for a while.. The film is excellent, but the book is better.

    I can’t wait for Upstate (SC) Pride this November. I get to hang with a bunch of queer folks and give Free Mom Hugs.

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  3. James

    Freedom in Christ? Really?

    I actually found my freedom the moment I removed the shackles of Christianity.

    No more trying to live up the impossible standards. No more trying not to be a human. No more trying not to be who I am.

    Now I am free to be who I am. And I am now a much happier and content person.

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  4. davey crockett

    Strange verse to think on, that one about the truth setting you free. And the truth is….what? What always has come to mind for me is Jesus comments about the sadduccees and pharisees and their ways and burdens that they put on people in the name of obedience to….a god which was probably themselves more than anything. (Boy does that reek of many religions today, like the IBF.) They were never named as individuals but as a group of organized zealots hurting people and giving God a bad name. The verse is so wide open to those who love to define it according to their own individuality and gospel perceptions. Again I mention I cannot see a real definition of what is….truth. Sin is mentioned in those verses of John but could Jesus have been thinking of the sins of the religious community of the day? An interesting phrase, practicing sin. It almost infers to me that blind following of religious rules or dogma is wrong. A practicing sin definition titillates my thoughts. But I am with fellow bloggers that I found the truth removing the claws and tentacles of organized christianity. Trying to live up to impossible standards and goals. I do indeed feel free.

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