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How should Reformed Christians deal with homosexual marriage of individuals prior to their conversion to Christianity?
@DJClayworth: I don't think there are. A true conversion will yield a person who will abhor their previous sin and immediately repent. Repent as in "stopping the sin, asking God for forgiveness, and not going back to it". Now, every Christian struggles with sin, but this is NO DIFFERENT than any other sin, except that it tends to involve multiple people, whether the partner/child repents and believes as well. I think there are multiple answers to the financial question. A temp roommate arrangement? I think it would be telling to find someone heartless enough to say "dump them on the street"...