Dec 11, 2011

THE IGNORANT ATTEMPT TO "TRANSFORM" GAY PEOPLE: "Since it is acquired it can be unacquired."

¨I defy anyone to show me chapter and verse where same-sex love is condemned, or where same-sex marriage is condemned!

To resort to some Old Testament passages to support the specious argument that being Gay is destructive is terribly misleading, not only because Christians are not bound by the laws of the Old Testament, and that the context of these "clobber passages" are in the framework of a tribal society living on the edge that needed to propagate in order to survive, but that other cultural practices in ancient Israel are affirmed in the Bible that no sane person would currently adopt, such as stoning to death recalcitrant children, stoning to death those caught in adultery, and stoning to death those who work on the Sabbath. I'm not even going into such prohibitions listed in the Bible as the eating shell-fish and the wearing of mixed fibers in one's clothes!

More to the point, the attempt to "transform," or in any way suppress, that which God has made is a sin in and of itself!

Being Gay is "acquired" the same way that being Straight is "acquired!" God made us in these ways, and it is a sin to thwart God's plan for any of God's children, for to do so not only does inexplicable harm to that person, but also thwarts the will of God and shows a definite lack of trust in God and in God's plan for each person's life!

Even secular psychologists affirm the possible danger that accrues to those who are the victims of attempts to change their sexual orientation, and Christians should know enough to agree with that affirmation as well, even on purely biblical grounds. Our sexuality is a wonderful gift from God, and that is true whether we were created to be Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgender!...¨  please read it all,
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· Thanks to The Reverend Dr. Jerry Maneker, sidebar
· Thanks to A Christian Voice for LGBT Rights, sidebar

2 comments:

JCF said...

Off-topic:

Awww, pet Honey for me! What a sweetie!

Leonardo Ricardo said...

Honey was rescued. She lived her entire first year (approximate) on the street with other street dogs...we started noticing her because she was sooo loving (unlike most of the others who are scared of being kicked or beaten)...over a few weeks we started feeding her so she was always close to our house and would dash to the door when any of us came out (we keep breadrolls in a basked by the front door for starving animals)...then the heavy rains hit so we kept her in the garage (where she was happy as a clam), then got her wormed, vacinated, spayed and treated for some nasty skin problems...after a few months in restriction she joined in with our family of other dogs...she´s the life of the party and a beautiful thing...Juan Carlos does dog grooming so all of our dogs are really well dressed! I can´t imagine life without Honey...another animal friend has come to stay.