Marilyn Taplin on LGBTQ Movement

by | Dec 22, 2020 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Marilyn Taplin, author of A Law from Eden, is vocal about her thoughts on the LGBTQ movement.

Marilyn Taplin is the author of the book A Law from Eden: Solving the Mystery of Original Sin. In her book, she shares several views on morality, sex, and the LGBTQ movement. As a religious person and author, she uses the Bible to try to educate readers that we only have two choices, God or Satan. In her book, Marilyn shares her insights. In her blogs, she also publishes many interesting concepts and arguments. Today, we are going to take a look at some of Marilyn’s views and insights about a controversial sector in our society- the LGBTQ or the community of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders, and queers or questioning.

The LGBTQ and Fornication

One of the highlights in Marilyn Taplin’s book A Law from Eden: Solving the Mystery of Original Sin, which is backed by her years of biblical research and her own understanding, is the subject of human sexuality and morality. And as expected, the LGBTQ community figure prominently in the said book. Taplin’s book’s central idea is that the original sin is not the pursuit of pride, knowledge, or free will, but rather it’s sexual perversion. This act, according to her, is the true original sin. This is what angered God and drove Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden. This sexual perversion thrived throughout the ages- from pagan societies, ancient empires, and today in the LGBTQ communities. For Marilyn Taplin, the LGBTQ movement is fornication. The basic and general definition of fornication is fornication is consensual sexual intercourse between people who are not married to one another. And we certainly understand where Marilyn is coming from. In many states in America, same-sex marriage is still not legal and is a taboo even in many parts of the globe. In one of her blogs, Marilyn Taplin further elaborates why original sin is synonymous almost with the LGBTQ community,

“I understand LGBTQ to mean lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (or questioning). Now add all those who commit oral and anal sex, which includes heterosexuals, to that group, and you will see “the world”. When the Bible says, “come out of the world,” it is this world God is speaking of. When scripture tells us “if we are a friend of the world, we are an enemy of God,” “the world” is referring to the sexually perverse. “The world” is made up of all those who practice Satan’s sex, and they are enemies of God. The end of the world is the end of Satan’s world of the sexually perverse.

Take some time to think about how different life will be when sin ends. Promoting this sinful lifestyle as many did in the 60s is backward thinking. It only made life more hurtful. America has been in a moral free-fall since the sixties. Our political, religious, legal, educational systems, and family values have all been affected. We must end sin, not promote it if we want a better life for our children and grandchildren.

In Romans 1:29-31, God tells us what comes out of the minds of those who practice the sex God forbids. The list is long. I will mention only two from that list–murder and unnatural affection. When heaven comes to earth, murders, incest, and child molestation will never happen. So you can understand why there will not be an LGBTQ community on earth when we all arrive at heaven on earth. For murder and child molesting are sins that come from the people who practice the sex God forbids.”

While this view may not sit well with members of the LGBTQ community, Marilyn Taplin firmly believes that this is the truth behind the mystery of original sin, and the only way to be free of this is to repent and renounce fornication. Taplin encourages all Christians to follow God’s commandments and to stay away from sins if we want salvation and experience heaven here on earth.

To know more about Marilyn Taplin and her works, you can grab a copy of her book or visit her website today.

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