In our Sunday School series Confident Faith: Hope in the Tough Questions, we’re looking at questions that believers can struggle with. Our goal is to see God and His Word as more trustworthy and life-giving, even in those difficult, hard-to-answer questions.

The first question we looked at is this: If you use the Old Testament to say homosexuality is wrong (e.g., Leviticus 18:22), why don’t you keep all the Old Testament laws?

The question is important for believers for at least two major reasons. First, as believers, we want to uphold the authority and value of all of the Scriptures; and second, we want to be faithful to God in all that He calls us to be and do as His people. Are we being inconsistent in applying an Old Testament passage to life today, given that we are New Testament believers?

Audio and notes from the class can be found here.


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