Remove IV from your church's missions budget: Indiana University chapter of InterVarsity promotes sodomy (part I)...

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IVCF'sSodomyAdvocacy (Tim: this is first in a series of posts [one, two, three, four, five, six, seven] responding to to InterVarsity Christian Fellowship's promotion of sodomy at a Indiana University campus forum they sponsored the evening of Monday, March 28, 2011.)

Back when David's and my father and mother, Joe and Mary Lou Bayly, were living on Mass. Avenue in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where they were InterVarsity Christian Fellowship's (IV) first staff workers in New England, it would have sickened them to know their children would live to see the day when IV was advocating sodomy in the Name of Jesus Christ and His Word. That's what happened this week here at Indiana University.

IV brought in a longtime IV staff worker (he recently left IV staff) to speak against homophobia at a special attention-getting series of public meetings and that man promoted sodomy in the Name of Jesus Christ, His Church, His Word; and certainly in the name of that parachurch organization known in this country as IV. They're the sponsor of Urbana and they own the book marketer that does the best job of promoting the feminist heresy within the Evangelical world, InterVarsity Press.

Weird, isn't it? I mean, that an organization and its publishing arm would use the Name of Jesus to obliterate the meaning of sexuality in society, the home, and the Church concerning the relationship between the sexes would then go on to work to obliterate the meaning of sexuality also in the matter of how body parts go together? Check out the caption under the pic: the Indiana Daily Student got this one right.

Honestly, I thought IV would try to keep these two parts of Gods' Creation Order separate so the scandal of giving in on the second would not undercut the massive progress they've made in destroying the first. Do you think people might be on guard now that it's obvious its full-out sexual anarchy IV's committed to? Or do you think IV will be able to finesse the matter, claiming it's a one-off and purely accidental that in this particular chapter and speaker, feminism and sodomy are both promoted?

Yes, yes, of course. I know IV's leadership will claim that this is an anomaly...

and should not be viewed as representative of the whole organization. Yes, yes, of course. I know IV's leadership will tsk tsk and harumph harumph and naughty naughty this thing.

But hey, actually it's no aberation, no one-off, no anomaly at all. If you attack God's Creation Order, what you're doing is attacking God's Order of Creation. Which is to say if you refuse to submit to God creating Adam first, then Eve; you'll also refuse to submit to God creating Adam and Eve rather than Adam and Steve.

You think I'm wrong?

Because of sodomy's yuck factor, it will take a little while. But just watch; the walls surrounding God's Order of Creation are in the midst of being torn down and by the time you wake up, your church's Missions Committee will be supporting "missionaries" who have moved on from the feminist rebellion to even greater wickedness. And because you refused to discipline them over the feminist rebellion, you'll have to swallow sodomy, too.

The Christian Reformed Church is all the lesson a discerning man or woman should ever have needed. Like Dylan (not Thomas, the other one) sang, "When you gonna wake up, and strengthen the things that remain?"