It is universally known that every time we gaze upon a rainbow in the sky, placarded before our eyes is the great original set by our creator, generally received in seven colors. To be sure, scientists today use spectrometers to discern many colors in the rainbow. For centuries, however, as believed by Isaac Newton himself, what is most observed to the naked eye is seven colors.
Since the number seven retains vast theological significance as indicating perfection and authenticity, it shouldn’t be a surprise that God would, in his providence, build into his creation an important ordering of these things to show his authentic imprint when our eyes gaze upon the rainbow.
The more important point is the theological one. God’s rainbow and LGBTQ one have radically different meanings. Each offers a way of promised freedom while one supports sin, the other–mercy. Read More»
Chris Gordon | “Should Christians Redeem the Rainbow?” | April 30, 3021
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