Sunday, January 30, 2011

A Question

So here is my question to all those street preachers/demonstrators that walk around at Pride Parades and other various festivals where they carry horrible, hate filled messages on their signs:
“Do you actually believe that what you are doing is attracting people to your religion, or do you simply enjoy the feeling that you get from publicly attempting to dehumanize people who are different from you? If it’s the latter, then I highly doubt that you are actually different from the people you criticize, other than, of course, the fact that you live in a state of such fear that you are not only incapable of coming out of the closet, but you have to lash out at anyone who has, in order to distract attention away from your own hidden homosexuality.”


  1. Unfortunately, knowing some very similar people, it is not about attracting people to their religion. They have picked out the bits of the Bible that suit their views. Everyone else is a sinner and they will tell the whole world that they are damned.

  2. Yes, I agree. But we also have to remember that these people's actions are so far away from the mission and ministry of Jesus that's it's mind-boggling that they would even have the gall to call themselves 'Christian.'

    Jesus was all about love, mercy and compassion. He 'ate and drank with sinners' and was criticized for it. These people are the Modern Day Pharisees. I would not be worried about myself, or any other homosexual 'burning.' These folks need to look at their own potential for 'damnation.' Because, after all, Jesus did say 'Do not judge, and you will not be judged.'

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