LGBT Nicolaitans Shouting "Human Rights" Won't Make God Change

God's moral law is not subject to His creation's indulgences. It was heresy in the first century and it is still heresy.

Every generation has its own version of the Church in Pergamum. Since most people, especially journalists, have the…

In the first century, the Apostle Peter ordained several church fathers; among these was Nicolas, Deacon of Jerusalem and Stephen, who was stoned in Saul's (later the Apostle Paul) presence. Nicolas purportedly departed from the faith, gathering a following around a heresy based on unrestrained indulgence, including prostitution. We know this because Isidore of Seville wrote of it 500 years later in Book VIII of his treatise "The Etymologies." (Anyone can look this up in 10 seconds on Wikipedia.)