Does the Porn of Ancient Pompeii Help Prove the New Testament Isn’t Anti-Gay After All?

Does the Porn of Ancient Pompeii Help Prove the New Testament Isn’t Anti-Gay After All?

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You likely know the history of Mount Vesuvius destroying the ancient city of Pompeii in 79 A.D. The volcano was thought to be extinct, and when it erupted, no one was prepared. The heat and ash quickly killed the citizens of Pompeii, preserving them nearly perfectly.

More recently, Pompeii was in the news when it looked like one unfortunate Pompeiian had been killed while — well, while spending time with the one he loved most. Take a look:

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