Thursday, June 12, 2014


Two can play the name-calling game

In America, we still have the freedom of speech and the freedom of religion to speak our minds, defend our Church and, most importantly, abide by and share the timeless truth of our Lord Jesus Christ without having some socially engineered, radical, and extremist social agenda label us as "haters" or "racists."

My not supporting the sin and aberration of homosexuality does not make me a hater or a homophobe. It makes me a Christian who recognizes sin, and I will not enable a selfish desire to wallow in it. Sin hurts God and it hurts us all.

It is because I recognize each person's full humanity and potential as a child of God that I do not support this so-called lifestyle. It is with love, not hate, that I refuse to enable people. God made us for much better things than the depravity of sexual sin, especially homosexual sin which defies natural law as well.

Two can easily play the name game where each calls the other a name and where labels are thrown around, and this would then create a mob mentality of hurt against each other; but where will that get us?

I could easily label homosexual advocates and activists as intolerant, hateful, anti-Christian heterophobes. I could go so far as to say that they are flat-out Christophobes, afraid and hateful of anything that is Christian. But does that sound fair? Sometimes it sounds pretty darn accurate to me.

Furthermore, just because I am not a supporter of Obamacare or the president it does not make me a racist; it makes me a person who still cares about the sanctity of human life and refuses to support a presidency and an administration that advocates for the killing of innocent human life.

Am I a racist because I do not support President Obama who loves, funds, and supports death merchant organizations like Planned Parenthood that have obliterated one-third of America's black population in the last 100 years? Am I a racist because I try to teach people about the eugenicist plans that target minorities?

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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bravo!

Anonymous said...

He's not a homophobe but he abhors homosexuality - yeah rite - I guess I'm not a christophobe, but I can't stand all the these self-righteous, finger-pointing Christians, who think everyone else in society should have their religious hangups.

Anonymous said...

Time to get the waders out. All that bullshit to tromp through.

Anonymous said...

Anon 3:51 Guess you're telling everyone you fear Christians. Perhaps you should fear the wages of
immoral behavior, of all types, instead.

Bird of Paradise said...

Look at how liberals are always trying to keep conservatives from exsirsising their Freedom
of Speech to collage campuses like all brain-dead liberals they think the U.S. Constitution pertains to them only

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:45 Guess you're implying that everyone who dislikes pharisaical christians must by default be wallowing in immorality.

Luke said...

Cast aside your religious delusions. Embrace reality.

Use the Name, Luke said...

Oh look, the troll crawled out from under it's bridge.

:: snore ::

Anonymous said...

So which 'Luke' is the troll - or are all of them trolls?

Anonymous said...

Use-the-Name-Luke has been happily absent for a while so there must have been a recent Troll conclave in the darkest forests of northern Scandinavia.

Luke said...

Who the hell is this "Use the name, Luke" ? And who appointed him/her the arbiter of this blog? You know there are more than one person in the world with the name Luke. UTNL is nothing special.