Joe Kovacs is the Executive News Editor for World Net Daily, as well as an acclaimed journalist who has applied his research skills to uncover shocking truths from the Bible.

We as Christians have done ourselves an incredible disservice in believing that all Old Testament law is done away with, and that we now live under the grace of the New Testament alone. This creates quite a conundrum when certain Levitical laws clearly state such things as homosexuality being a sin. If we tell others that we are no longer "under the law," but then directly quote that law claiming someone's lifestyle is sinful, we contradict ourselves, and seemingly, the Bible itself.

Many nonbelievers often quote are own Bible back to us concerning the dietary law, and ask why it's ok for us to disobey, but not for them. Disobedience is disobedience. Is it coincidence that both of these topics are addressed in the same book of Leviticus? If our body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, should we not obey the laws to keep the temple rid of impurities?

"If anyone defiles the temple of God, God will destroy him. For the temple of God is holy, which temple you are." – 1 Corinthians 3:17

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5 thoughts on “Was Old Testament Homosexual Law Done Away With?

  1. I agree with him but people come back and say No where in the new testament does it say not to eat certain food but it does say homosexuality is wrong in the book of Romans. What would you say to that? Anyone?

    • Hi Nicholas!
      Here are a few links that might help you: , ,

      Also, it might help to read Leviticus 11 about the dietary law, and Leviticus 18 that discusses homosexuality within the natural (or moral) law. Also read Romans 1 where it discusses homosexuality. At the end of Romans 3, Paul states that there is one God who is the God of the Jews AND the Gentiles, and that we should uphold the law, not make it void. The law being the Torah. In Matthew 5:17-20 Yeshua (Jesus) says that not one letter from the Torah or the Prophets shall disappear from the text. 1 John 3:4 states whoever commits sin also commits lawlessness, and sin is lawlessness.

      These are just a few New Testament passages that reference the law of the Torah, and how it still applies to all the children of God. I would encourage you to search the scriptures to better understand for yourself, so that you can confidently answer these questions when they are asked. But also remember to approach the subject with love for your brother, and not with condemnation. If he truly wants to understand, he will listen. If he only wants to argue, simply agree to disagree, for “blessed are the peacemakers.”


  2. Shalom Michael. I think christian doctrine / theology is beyond a joke. Anyone who reads Scripture for themselves without the influence of men will come to the same conclusion, His Word / Torah is Li’Olam Va’ed, Until heaven and earth pass, not one jot or tittle shall pass from the Torah until All is fulfilled, and Chazon / revelation tells us exactly when that is. These religions of men serve only one, the father of all lies, lead many astray, and fleece His flocks.

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