Books of Bible
Frequently Asked Question
Leviticus 18:29 says that anyone who does these detestible things
should be cut off from the people. Does this still hold true today if
someone does any of the previous mentioned acts in Leviticus? Why or Why not?
A reading of Hebrews chapters eight and nine will show that we are not
amenable to the law of Moses, but to the law of Christ (See also Eph.
2:11-22). However, the moral law of God is perpetual. Laws governing morals
do not change. It is sinful to be a transvestite (See 1 Cor. 6:9 and notice
especially the word translated "effeminate," which has to do with
cross-dressing, among other things -- also, it is against the civil law in