Friday, October 17, 2008

That's the Christian way

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From Homeschooling Hints (h/t to HeathenFan)
A friend recently sent me this article about a "gay-friendly" high school. If we were living in a biblical society, homosexuality would be punishable by death so such a school would be unnecessary. Although I'm against the special accommodations, perhaps this new trend of segregation will protect straight kids from these predators. With any luck, some radical will blow up the gay school. No, I'm not condoning vigilantism--I'm merely saying that it would be poetic justice.
No, Christian's don't force their beliefs on anyone. They just hope and more than likely pray for terrorist acts and the deaths of the children of parents who don't agree with them.

She goes on in comments
In the Old Testament, God commanded that Sodomites be put to death. (Leviticus 20:13 KJV). Throughout the Old Testament we read about good kings who removed the Sodomites out of the land and bad kings who did not. The New Testament teaches that homosexuals have been turned over to a reprobate mind.(Romans 1, etc.) It's sad that they did not get saved while they still could, but unfortunately it is too late for them. Did you know that God actually hates some people? The Bible says God hated Esau. Try reading the Bible from cover to cover and maybe you will better understand God's holiness.

Since there is no hope for gays, we would be better off without them. They are recruiters and not reproducers so the safest solution would be the death penalty.

Some commented that only God avenges, but human beings have been commanded to enforce the death penalty throughout the Bible. The United States does not adhere to many of the laws that the children of Israel lived by, but since they are God's laws, we know that they are the ideal. Like I said, I don't advocate vigilantism, and we have to obey "the powers that be" in our imperfect society.
I know there is good in the bible, there must be. But really, things like this make me want to toss my copies and ban it from my home simply for the evil it contains and produces.

And way to share that culture of life too! One thing I do have to give the Catholic Church, when they say culture of life, they mean life, period. Which means anti-abortion, anti-war and anti-death penalty, among others.
The purpose of my post was simply to warn parents of the dangers of sending their kids to public schools where homosexuality runs rampant.
No dear. The purpose of your post was to encourage vigilantism and terrorism. You may be a Christian and not a Muslim, but your post was no better than the ones sent to Al Jazerra. You are condoning and encouraging acts of violence, and the blood spilled will be on your hands, not on some mythical deity in the sky. Yours and every so-called "good Christian" like you.

This is why I'm an Athiest. And this is why more and more people in this culture are turning away from what you call religion, faith and god.

3 comments:

Saved Sinner said...

I'm sorry that people like that give you such a poor impression of Christianity. I hope you read the discussion at CIAL because you would find that (as far as I can remember) everyone Christian or not disagreed with that woman.

Susan.

Anonymous said...

That woman is not a Christian. She is a fundamentalist who follows stories of the Old Testament. True Christians follow the teachings of Jesus Christ...sadly, there aren't many of those. The New Testament is the story of Christ and what do you find in it? Lessons of love and charity and giving. Jesus didn't judge, he helped, he cared, he loved. He did not call himself the King of Kings. Instead, he worked with the downtrodden, the down and out, the have-nots of the world. Not the pious or those that would do harm to others. I'm not a religious person, but I see value in what Jesus did. I just don't like how it is interpreted.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous,

Please look up "No true scotsman"....