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Is Romans 1:26 a reference to female homosexuality? [closed]
Most commonly, Romans 1:26 is taken to be a reference to female homosexuality - the sole explicit reference in the entire Bible. However, there is an alternative theory: rather than prohibiting ...
Nov 15 '12 at 9:49
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