From the beginning, today’s Christianity has told all humans they are born sinners, born with a sin nature, or born fallen. I am not sure why they believe such. There is much scriptural evidence proving that to be false. I would venture to say it was because they could not or would not explain the difference between good and evil. They did not comprehend what the sin in Eden was. To this day Christianity has not named the sin in Eden. Maybe they could not admit it was something they were guilty of. God made vaginal intercourse and Satan made oral and anal sex. Oral and anal sex is sin—the sin in Eden—when committed one departs from God to serve Satan.
Yes, when unnatural sex is committed a person departs from God to serve Satan. Without the knowledge of the sin that will prove one’s loyalty to Satan they came up with the idea we inherited Adams and Eves sin nature. However, once we know the sin that began in Eden, we know God would not bend all people toward that sin and then depart from them. God would not hand us over to Satan from birth. I feel the most verbally abusive lie today’s Christianity tells is the lie: all people are born with a sin nature they inherited from Adam and Eve. Many scriptures will prove that to be untrue.
All of us have the tree of good and evil planted in our own backyards—figuratively speaking. All have had the same decision to make, do I serve God or do I serve Satan. Do I choose only vaginal intercourse or do I choose oral and anal sex. God gives us freedom to choose.
Let us look at three scriptures that show we are not born with a sin nature nor are we born fallen. We are born upright. “Lo, this only have I found, that God made man upright; but ® they sought out many inventions” (Ecclesiastes 7:29). The cross reference (®) to they sought out many inventions sends one to Genesis 3:6, “And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof…” And then in Psalms 119:1 we learn, “Blessed are the undefiled in the way, who walk in the law of the Lord.” The undefiled did not defile themselves. They did not break the law—that first law given in Eden. There are so many scriptures that say we are upright such as, “Thou was perfect in thy ways from the day that thou was created, till iniquity was found in the” (Ezekiel 28:15). All are born perfect and can remain perfect, if no iniquity (sin) is committed. Moses told us if we would teach our children correctly, they would be born, grow up, grow old and never depart from God.
God has given all of us the power to choose good or evil. However, many have had the lifestyle of the wicked forced upon them. Consider that in the last days there will only be a few (a remnant) who are not like Sodom and Gomorrah. “Except the Lord of hosts had left unto us a very small remnant, we should have been as Sodom, and we should have been like unto Gomorrah” (Isaiah 1:9). If we could take a survey of the many, those in Sodom and Gomorrah which includes the LGBTQ community, how many could say they did not choose to commit unnatural sex? How many could say it was forced on them? Consider the scandal in the Catholic Church were many priests have molested boys. This has been going on for years. Those boys did not choose: they were forced. More recently, The Boy Scouts of America will be facing at least 92,700 claims of sexual abuse as former scouts submit their claims. Those boys did not choose: they were forced. How many of the Boy Scout leaders who molested the boys were also forced at some point in their own lives? I read of a young man who claims his grandfather molested him. The Menendez brothers claim their father molested them. It seems to me this sin is wide spread. All those who were forced were spiritually alive and upright before they committed sin. They were upright before they were forced. They were upright before they fell. They were alive before they died. Sin is deadly. All those who practice unnatural sex are said to be twice dead—spiritually dead.
Once the sin of unnatural sex is committed that person becomes a slave to that sin. They are in bondage…bound by it. It is a burden. Sin has control of them. They cannot free themselves. So, we come down to the last days and only a few have not sinned the sin that began in Eden. Jesus is promised to come in the last days and when he comes, he gives us truth. His truth is powerful enough to convince those who sin the sin that began in Eden to stand upright again and put an end to sin. They will be convinced to return to God. God will not force them, for God gives us free will. The wicked of their own free-will will be convinced to return to God.
The day will come when all people are instructed to repent. “And the times of this ignorance God winked at; but now commanded all men everywhere to repent” (Acts 17: 30). As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent” (Revelation 3:19).