posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 11:35 PM
Ok I watched this video.
At least toward the end he apologized if he offended people. I don't agree with his views, but it is his right to say what he wants. On that note it
was those students right to leave the assembly. I think he could have been a lot subtler in his message and still got his point across, but he ended
up just being crass in my opinion.
On a whole, after reading the original post and the replies thereafter, I can certainly say that, while Christians may not be THE MOST prosecuted
people this day and age, they ARE still prosecuted to a certain extent. I believe that we should love everybody no matter what they do, and most
people don't see that.
Christians see homosexuality as still an abomination, but doesn't that go against Jesus's teachings, about how we should love everybody, even our
And the the LGBT community see all Christians as ignorant gay-basher, because certain extremist's go the extra mile.
Why does each faction have to stick its nose in the others business?
But back to the video, 5 dollars says that the teachers at this school made it a point to make these kids go to this assembly, and the kids were
perfectly in the right to walk out, because it's not what they believe in.
I'm pretty sure if Savage had to go to an assembly, and the speaker started talking out against homosexuality, he would have probably got up and
walked out as well.
I'm a Christian myself, but I don't condemn anybody on their lifestyle choice. I mean he who is without sin may cast the first stone.
I just don't like that people are hating on the Christians saying they just cling to an old book or some sky-daddy.
The Bible is just a guide, not a state law guide, and even if a person doesn't believe that God is real, doesn't mean that other don't need someone
to believe in, and that's why we have faith that he is up there watching over us, because he gives us hope.
Sorry if my thinking offends people on both sides of the argument.