In the Hungarian Reformed word guide, the daily recommended passage for reading from this day is from the Apostle Paul's letter to the Galatians and at the very start of this letter hard words can be read:
But even if we ourselves or an angel from heaven preaches to you a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let God's curse be on him. I repeat again what we declared before: anyone who preaches to you a gospel other than the one you were first given is to be under God's curse. (Gal 1. 8 to 9.)
Like the other parts of the Bible, these lines are of great importance in the life of today's people as well. Many people think that these sentences confirm their ostracized and judgmental point of views towards others. They do this despite the fact that these rows - just like the other parts of the Bible - not authorized to give any of today's church leaders and superiors to judge over others. If for there are not grabbed these words out of context - as it occurs so often, unfortunately - you can see that what these rows are speaking about:
I am astonished that you are so promptly turning away from the one who called you in the grace of Christ and are going over to a different gospel - not that it is another gospel; except that there are trouble-makers among you who are seeking to pervert the gospel of Christ. (Gal 1. 6 to 7.)
So the Apostle Paul clearly says, if someone proclaims else in relation to the gospel of Jesus Christ, that one is under God’s curse. John the Apostle summarized the gospel of Jesus Christ in three words: "God is love" and all that Christ's Gospel mean, can be derived from this (1 John 4. 8 to 9). So that one is under God’s curse, who advertise something else, hatred and hostility, not love. Consequently those leading priests and ministers who advertise homophobia and hatred against LGBT people should think very much, whether the words of Apostle Paul really justify their hate-maker theology?!