"If you love me you will obey my commands." This passage in John 14:15 dosen't get much airtime in progressive Christian movement. These pseudo-Christians, like so many in the faith, take only what interests them in the Bible and what is supportive of their agenda, and ignore or explain away the rest. Feel-good passages that call to love one another and to forgive are not the end-all, be-all commands of Jesus. So many in the faith are confused by ceremonial laws and customs in the Bible: don't eat this, dress this way or worship this way, etc. These laws are not important for relevant Christians. What is important are the moral laws of the Bible. The Ten Commandmants, moral laws against homosexuality, beastiality, rape and so on as found in the the first five books in the Bible. Jesus was even more restrictive on divorce than the laws of the OT (old testament). Even though Christ didn't directly say not to have same-sex relations or partake in beastiality, these acts were so perverse that the people of the day did not have a problem with these perversions, and there was no pressing need to reiterate them. The "new covenent," some liberals say, calls for them only to believe in Jesus, and then do whatever they want. Jesus was firm on the OT "law." False believers will be judged on their actions. Jesus said in Matt 7:23 "But I will reply, I never knew you, Get away from me you who break God's laws." Anyone who supports the gay lifestyle is not a follower of Christ any more than someone who supports beastiality or rape. Can anyone show in the Bible where God changes even one of his moral laws? Anyone?