What is Biblical Sexual Sin?
There are several terms that are used in certain translations of the Bible that are improperly used today to claim that the Bible is referring to homosexuality – terms such as sexual immorality, sexual sin, sodomy, and unnatural. But none of these terms in the Bible are referring to gay people or gay sex.
Some translations of the Bible use the vague term sexual immorality when citing a certain sin from the scriptures and then some readers compound the translation error by personally deciding themselves that these terms mean homosexuality. But it is not true and it cannot be true. Whenever the term sexual sin or sexual immorality is used, it refers specifically to sexually using others with whom you have no relationship, people with whom you have no commitment. That is the sin. In the Bible, sexual immorality is not about sexual mechanics, it is about lack of commitment and lack of responsibility to that person.
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