Homosexual “Marriage” and the Last Days
Ancient Rabbinical tradition holds that homosexuality, more specifically “homosexual marriage,” was the “final insult” to God which caused Him to bring the Great Flood
By Dr. Scott Lively and Kevin Abrams
From a biblical perspective ritualized sexual perversion and especially homosexuality mark the furthest extreme of rebellion against God. Ancient Rabbinical tradition holds that homosexuality, more specifically homosexual marriage, was the “final insult” to God which caused Him to bring that Great Flood which only Noah and his family survived. In his book Ancient Post-Flood History theologian Ken Johnson cites three prominent Rabbinical sources on this point:
Rabbi Huna said in the name of Rabbi Joseph, “The generation of the Flood was not wiped out until they wrote marriage documents for the union of a man to a male or to an animal.” Genesis Rabbah 26:4-5; Leviticus Rabbah 23.9.
Rabbi Hiyyah taught: The passage reads “I am the Lord, your God” two times - I am the One Who punished the generation of the Flood, and the people of Sodom and Gomorrah, and Egypt; and in the future I will punish those who do as they did. The generations of the Flood were kings, and were wiped off the earth when they were soaked in sexual sin. Leviticus Rabbah 23:9 (commentary on Leviticus 18:3)
And what did they do? A man got married to a man, and a woman to a woman, a man married a woman and her daughter, and a woman was married to two (men). Therefore it is said, “And you shall not walk in their statutes.” Sifra Acharei Mot, Parashaw 9:8 (commentary on Leviticus 18:3.19)
Immediately following the Flood we find that the seed of homosexual perversion has survived in the human family through the line of Ham. In Genesis 9, Noah fell unconscious from drinking too much wine and while he was thus incapacitated Ham [or rather Ham’s son Caanan] “saw [or uncovered] his nakedness.” This term “uncovering nakedness,“ used primarily in the book of Leviticus, is a Hebraic euphemism for sexual intercourse.
Ham, the father of Caanan, saw the nakedness of his father….When Noah awoke from his wine, he knew what his youngest [grand]son had done to him. So he said, ‘Cursed be Caanan‘ (Genesis 9:22-25).
In Call of the Torah Rabbi Elie Munk cites Hebrew scholars who also interpret Caanan’s violation as “an act of pederasty” — (Munk:220).
Thus, as a result of his sexual attack on his grandfather, Caanan is cursed by Noah and banished from his presence. Caanan then takes possession of the very territory that would later be promised to Abraham’s descendants: the “Promised Land of Israel.”
Importantly, a few generations after Caanan’s banishment, four cities which his descendants had founded, including Sodom and Gomorrah, were destroyed by God because of homosexuality. Sexual perversion had so thoroughly corrupted the society that it rivaled the apostasy that had caused the Great Flood. Every single man of Sodom, both young and old descended on the home of Abraham’s nephew Lot with the intent to rape the two angels sent by God to judge the city. So insatiable was their lust that they continued to pursue their vile goal even after being stuck blind by the angels. Their destruction followed swiftly. (Genesis 19:1-11).
Taken from the Chapter Two: “Homo-Occultism” of “The Pink Swastika,” by Scott Lively and Kevin Abrams.
Portuguese version of this article: “Casamento” homossexual e os últimos dias
Spanish version of this article: “Matrimonio” Homosexual y los Últimos Días