Antinomianism: Noun 1. The theological doctrine that by faith and God's grace a Christian is freed from all laws (including the moral standards of the culture). (TheSage)
From Robert A. J. Gagnon, Ph.D.:
For Clark Whitten (and thus for Alan Chambers) you "get grace," you understand it, when you can say to yourself that you are free to commit any sin without any consequences in terms of one's relationship with God. That is what liberty is, he says. But 1 John repeatedly states that if you walk in darkness, keep on sinning as a defining feature of your life, are not keeping God's commands, love "the world" with its lusts, as a way of life do not do what is right, or hate your brother, you have no partnership with Christ, his atoning blood does not continue to cleanse your sins, you are from the devil rather than from God, the truth is not in you, you do not remain in Christ and God, you are not in the light, the love of the Father is not in you, you have not come to know God, you remain in death and have not transferred to life, you do not love God, and you have no basis for reassuring your heart that you belong to Christ. You are, in short, a liar.
Source: "Time for a Change of Leadership at Exodus?" Alan Chambers Assures "Gay Christians" That Unrepentant Homosexual Practice Is No Barrier to Salvation ... among Other Gospel Distortions and Bad Moves. By Robert A. J. Gagnon, Ph.D., Associate Professor of New Testament, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.
Exodus International is a mess now with Alan Chambers in charge. He is more than flirting with danger. There's some bad stuff underlying all of these recent changes. He's slipping or planning to or feeling that he's going to and doing some mad scrambling while the liar is working within. I can't imagine it's anything else -- cherry picking and twisting to make excuses.
He's heard all of this before though, right? He has to have heard all of this and just chosen to ignore everything, even Jesus's own words. Could he possibly have not heard it? Has he not read the Bible? Has he not even read the Gospels?
Well, he needs to read it. He actually needs to be called to respond pretty much point-by-point. He needs to show people where Jesus supports his claims.
He won't be able to do that, of course, which is the whole point in putting it right to him: put up or shut up or, better yet, turn and repent. That's what we all really want.
Why? Here's part of why:
LGBT activists declared what we have long suspected: if SB 1172 becomes law in California, they intend to introduce similar legislation in all 49 other states
Some of these same activists also made it clear that restrictions on professionals are just a starting point, and they will not be satisfied until all religious beliefs against homosexual behavior are suppressed.
That's from NARTH (National Association for Research & Therapy of Homosexuality).
Alan Chambers is playing right into that. It couldn't be more anti-Christ. Children who have been homosexually raped won't be able to receive professional mental healthcare in California because it might "harm" them. Why are we letting homosexual fascist run the show? Are the powers that be becoming more and more homosexual? It's beginning to look that way, isn't it.