“Ruth turns to Naomi and says `I shall not leave thee.' She makes her statement to this woman…that sounds somewhat, somewhere in between poetry, intimacy, and borders on lesbianism. People don’t even know how to explain what Ruth said to Naomi. It makes them uncomfortable. They’re afraid to talk about it. They don’t want to teach on it. Same thing with David and Jonathan…where there were same-sex relationships getting too close, people don’t even know what to say.”
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Looks like T. D. Jakes continues to "reposition" himself. This is quotation from Jakes during an undated sermon which can be found on YouTube.
Can't people of the same sex be intimate friends without being homosexuals? For Pete's sake . . .