Homosexual Sin is the Pinnacle of Evil, Separating a Person from God - Metropolitan of Piraeus

Metropolitan Seraphim equated homosexuality with a psychopathological deviation that cannot be vested with family authority.

Originally appeared at: UOJ

Metropolitan Seraphim of Piraeus of the Greek Orthodox Church said that homosexuality is the pinnacle of evil, which separates a person from God, reports Tasthyras.

In an interview with the Greek TV channel Sky, Metropolitan Seraphim said that homosexuality is a deviation. In his opinion, “real homosexuality does not exist, it is an act.” 

Metropolitan Seraphim of Piraeus. Photo: www.peradio.com

Metropolitan Seraphim said that he views homosexuality “as the pinnacle of evil” because “it is a sin that deprives a person of communion with God, because it stains the body, stains the soul.” 

“Psychopathological deviations do exist. And therefore, it is illogical for a legal order to appear and surround this deviation with the authority of marriage, perceived as the primary unit of life, which is the family,” the bishop emphasized.

Earlier, the UOJ wrote that a gay politician from Greece will take part in the Great Blessing of Water at Phanar.

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