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Originally posted by rickymouse
I don't think a film with a gay jesus should have ever been made. It does not fit in with anything in the bible. In a case like this the Christians ought to be able to sue the filmmaker for slandering their faith. There is freedom of religion in this country, not freedom to slander religion.
Originally posted by alienreality
Films and propaganda like this are all part of the gay agenda to promote their perversion onto society... it's been ongoing for a long time.. There is no going lower than this though... the militant gay community is desperate to have the world accept everything they represent as normal and moral, but it isn't ever going to happen, even after repeated attempts at perverting the children in every country using absolutely foul and vile school curriculum, they are still in the tiny minority, but always attempt to paint themselves to appear as a growing majority of the population..
People are against this even without being Christian, but the gay community also tries to make everyone against them out to be Christians only, because of so much anti Christian rhetoric being popularized in every type of propaganda medium..
Making a film saying Christ is gay is the last straw which will destroy those who made it happen... Those who have contributed to this film, and those who will offer support for it, have no personal integrity, nor honor, nor respect for anything or anyone except their own desire to force their lifestyle choices on the whole of the human race and get everyone rolling their way. pathetic
Originally posted by rival
This is a great example of the tolerance religion has for mockery of its idols.
The Muslims were recently "out in the streets" over the caricature of their idol, with threats of violence
and beheading, just for drawing a cartoon.
I wonder how the Christians will react about a gay Jesus. I expect they are fuming mad, but will they
gather in the streets and call for heads like their Muslim brethren? Interesting
Originally posted by reitze
Originally posted by Flint2011
reply to post by samsamm9
Okay, if someone burns the Koran all hell breaks loose. If someone objectifies Muhammad in a cartoonish or humorous manner all hell breaks loose. But if the pinnacle of the Christian faith is made fun of or demoralized in a film then Christians just have to lay down and take it? I think not. I don't support violent behavior of any kind but when you do stupid and disrespectful let alone blatant crap like this then you should expect Eye for an Eye and all that.
If I were a Christian I would be greatly insulted by this. I find it insulting that people abuse there freedom of speech and expression at the expense of others in such ways anyways. Just my 2 cents.
Everything is indeed a two way street of course. That does not always make it right though.edit on 4-28-2012 by Flint2011 because: Typos
I think Southpark won that Blasphemous issue, and I think I represented it fairly well here on ATS... BTW, Draw Mohammed day is pretty soon... hmmm funny now that I think of it its late may when they've got all those things going on in the Chicago area.
Drawing Mohammed: Idolatry or Blasphemy? + FAITH Expression possible w/o Free Speach (DMD = May 20th)
Originally posted by samsamm9
Could you imagine Jesus Christ as a gay man? Filmmakers can, but many Christians can't.
And let's not forget, the Christian extremist and their violent contribution.(It's not just Muslim extremist who make bomb threats)
Such artistic expression has not come easy: actors and producers have endured bomb threats, harassing emails and comments on YouTube, and harassment of the director’s mother, according to the newspaper.
State Sen. Mark Leno and Supervisor Scott Wiener, both of whom are LGBT, said they supported both the film and the protesters' First Amendment rights, but that bomb threats and hate mail crossed the line.
I think it is a shame to use freedom of expression in this manner.
By knowing you will offend a great deal of people, I say you should find a different way on how
you express your views.
We all are in this together, we should all respect one another.
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Originally posted by pizzanazi75
reply to post by rickymouse
Really, it doesn't fit with anything in the bible?
Jesus, never married, hung out with 12 guys.....I mean that alone screams that jesus could have been gay.