We see that in Sodom and Gomorrah, God rained down sulfuric acid on the whole city and killed all the citizens, including those who did not personally practice homosexuality, because the cities allowed homosexuality to proliferate.
God’s Law is clear.
Homosexuality must be illegalized. Homosexuals must be arrested by the police and other law enforcement agencies of the state (FBI, Homeland Security, National Guard, etc.). Homosexuals must be executed for crimes against nature, crimes against God, and crimes against humanity.
When a nation does not illegalize homosexuality, God will punish that nation.
You can read Isaiah and Jeremiah to see how God punishes nations. Of course, punishing nations means that God will send calamity down upon the citizens of that nation.
Thus, when God punished Israel as a nation, God allowed Israel’s enemy the Babylonians to come and conquer Israel. Millions of Israelites died in the conquest.
It is clear that when God punishes a nation, God’s justice impacts the citizens of that nation.
Christians can kill to defend the Christian religion as Christians have done for 2,000 plus years.
Many Christian soldiers have given up their life willingly and gladly to defend the Bible as the Word of God against enemies, both Pagan and Formerly Christian, who sought to destroy the authority of the Word of God among the People of God (Christians).
Christians do not commit sin when they kill to defend the Christian religion from enemies of the Christian religion.
21 “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father who is in heaven will enter.22 Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many miracles?’23 And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness.’
The primary purpose of a prophet is declare God’s impending punishment of a people if the people do not repent and turn back to God.
Isaiah in the Old Testament was a prophet. Read through the Book of Isaiah and see what Isaiah the Prophet said.
As the video above shows, many Christians believe that prophecies of Isaiah keeps repeating itself in human history in cyclic ways (cycles) until the coming of Jesus Christ.
In other words, just as the prophecy of Isaiah against Damascus was fulfilled in the days of Isaiah, the same prophecy is fulfilled in the New Testament era and in the modern era. It keeps being fulfilled.
In the same way, Isaiah’s prophecies against Israel and the Jewish people keeps being fulfilled, again and again, in history, in cyclic way.
That is why Jerusalem was completely destroyed in the Old Testament. That is why Jerusalem was completely destroyed in the New Testament (70 AD). That is why the prophecy of Isaiah will be fulfilled and Jerusalem will be completely destroyed again in the modern times. Prophecies of the Old Testament keeps being fulfilled in cyclic forms.
Most Christians agree that this is true.
Prophecies of the Old Testament will be fulfilled in the modern era as well.
Prophet’s primary role is to declare the impending destruction that God will bring about as a judgment for not following the Word of God, generally as nations.
When Israel went away from the Word of God as a nation (not only as individuals!), God sent prophets to judge the nation as a whole, based on the direction of the leadership / national laws that went against God’s Law.
Laws of nations / policies of the politicians is the reason why God sends prophets against nations to declare God’s impending justice against that nation.
Just read the prophecies of Isaiah and Jeremiah.
Judgment is of nations for nation’s policies and laws that go against God’s Word.
Prophet’s primary role is the last warning in God’s justice system, before God actually carries out God’s declared punishment.
It is the very last chance to repent and be right with God as a nation, before God fulfills His promise (declared, impending justice of God).
St. Paul emphasized that Roman authority is from God and that the Jewish nation of Israel had to submit to the Roman Empire.
Romans 13 clearly shows that St. Paul opposed Jewish nationalism and the independence of the Jewish nation of Israel.
In this, St. Paul was in keeping with anti-Israel spirit of Jesus Christ Himself, as found in the Gospels of the New Testament.
Christians who support Israel oppose not only St. Paul, but also Jesus Christ.
Supporting the Jewish nation of Israel, which does not accept the LORDship of Christ, goes against the core values of the New Testament.
It is important for evangelical Christians of the United States of America and Canada to submit to the authority of the Holy Bible. True Christians must stand opposed to the Jewish nation of Israel, which does not honor Christ as LORD.
The Gospels emphasize that Jews killed Jesus Christ.
During Jesus Christ’s ministry on earth, Jesus Christ attacked the city of Jerusalem, verbally, and called down the curse of God down upon Jewish cities.
Jesus Christ opposed Jewish nationalism and supported the Roman Empire’s dominion of the Jews as a colony by emphasizing that Jews must pay taxes to Caesar. Jewish nationalists emphasized that the Jewish nation should be for the Jews and ruled by Jews, so they emphasized that taxes should not be paid to Caesar, the Roman Emperor.
Jews of Israel worked for independence and freedom, but Jesus Christ called for submission to the Roman Empire. Jesus Christ did not support Jewish nationalism. Jesus Christ did not support Jewish nation’s independence.
This is a fact. This is history. This is the Gospel Truth.
That is why there is no surprise that in 70 AD, the Romans came and completely wiped out the Jewish nation of Israel from the map of the world. This was the will of God. This was the punishment for what Jews did to Jesus Christ as a people.
Supporting the Jewish nation of Israel dishonors Christ and the memory of Christ’s suffering on the cross.