Social flourishing: living for communal well-being, with agreed on values and social conventions. This sounds similar to what I found in 1 Corinthians and reminds me also of words Jesus spoke. What is the intent of these verses, and of the immediate passage in the historic context?
Paul Writes a Letter Paul begins with a fairly standard introduction, expressing his interest in coming to Rome soon. The first concern was that this suggestion should be directed at Christian victims, but only if they are prepared emotionally and intellectually to receive the concept: I think that the idea of Jesus as a victim could help, but a lot of care needs to be taken to present this kind of proposal to victims.
Romans Rom Tools. Some have gone as far as to suggest that it might be blasphemous and should not even be said.
Cherish no delusion here. Now that social conventions are changing, it is no longer so against cultural norms to have miss-matched gender role hairstyles or to be gay. He considered the possibility that the topic, if explained in the wider context of all the abuses that Christ suffered, could be helpful for those who are still Christians.
Trainor, Michael. Even though Santiago feels that this concept would not help the victims, he believes that it could help the wider church: I think it would help the church a lot. For them it is too scandalous or even blasphemous to consider something like this.
Basic English, produced by Mr C. Love, unity and not judging are common themes throughout the New Testament. And these sexual worship practices then lead to a list of wickedness — they are separate this time from that list!