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PASTOR TOM BROCK
Tom Brock was born in Omaha, Nebraska and graduated from Bethel College in St. Paul Minnesota with a degree in Biblical and Theological Studies. He received a Masters of Divinity degree from Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was ordained a Lutheran pastor in 1979 and served Hope Lutheran Church in Minneapolis for 29 years. He served on the board of reform groups attempting to bring Biblical renewal to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America before he left that denomination over their position on issues such as abortion, homosexuality and universalism. Pastor Brock for 24 years has had a television ministry in Minneapolis and now can be seen nationwide.
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October/November 2015 Pastor’s Study Newsletter
Gay Lutheran Bishop urges teens to embrace homosexuality
Dear Friends of the Pastor’s Study,
This month I need to share with you about a new low for the Lutheran Church, and why The Pastor’s Study ministry exists. I know many of you are not Lutherans, but sadly the same heresy is happening in many denominations. Let me explain what happened this summer.
Imagine you are a Lutheran in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and you send your teenager to this summer’s ELCA National Youth Gathering. You are expecting your teen to receive Biblical teaching. Instead your teenager hears a homosexual ELCA bishop, Bishop Kevin Kanouse, come out of the closet and encourage the young people to embrace homosexuality. The bishop claims the Holy Spirit led him to do this. He also told the young people that earlier in his life, when he was struggling with God’s call, God said to him “You a**hole, why aren’t you listening to me?”
Later the bishop wrote about the response he received to his coming out message. “The support …and love I have received have been amazing…Perhaps 98% (has) been positive. Some have told how their mind has changed as a result of my courage in coming out…”
My response: No, Bishop Kanouse, it would have been courageous for you to say “I have this temptation, but I believe this behavior is contrary to God’s Word.” Given the liberal climate of the ELCA, it would have been courageous for the bishop to encourage teens to abstain from homosexual behavior, but he didn’t do that.
The bishop wrote that after he sat down from delivering his sermon “…I heard…“You saved some lives today.” That brought tears.” No, bishop, perhaps your sermon damned some lives that day since I Corinthians 6:9-11 states that those who continue to live in impenitent sin, including the sin of homosexual behavior, will not inherit the Kingdom of God.
The bishop goes on to tell of a mother who used to believe her lesbian daughter needed to repent, but after the bishop’s message she called her daughter to apologize. The bishop writes glowingly that, though her daughter had fallen away from the church, the next Sunday she was in church with her mother. So the point appears to be “Lets get people back in church by telling them their sin is okay.” The truth is that liberal churches which do this are shrinking and conservative churches which uphold the Bible’s teaching are growing.
Lastly, the tragic thing to me is that the bishop believes what he is doing is loving. But if I Corinthians 6:9-11, Romans 1 and other passages are true, what the bishop is doing is not loving, but damning.
I know personally what this struggle with homosexual temptation is about. I encourage you to read my story entitled “My struggle with same sex attraction” at pastorsstudy.org Also read my article there “What does the Bible teach about homosexuality?” You can also watch a recent TV show at our website entitled “My struggle with homosexuality.” The difference between my position and the ELCA bishop’s is the difference between the Bible and the world, truth and falsehood, light and darkness.
This is why The Pastor’s Study exists, to help people see through the lies of the culture and to help them embrace the Bible’s teaching and the light of Christ.
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