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Thank God It is Up to the Faithful to Build an Electric Fence and Kill Gay People - video included

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posted on May, 24 2012 @ 04:36 AM
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My daughters are both gay but i'll be damned if there going to be rounded up and let to die out


Im a christian who tries to live by god and mostly fail but still keep trying. Its upto the individual if they want to be gay or not as its them who have to face god at the last day!

Judge not lest ye be judged!!!




posted on May, 24 2012 @ 04:38 AM
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Originally posted by toochaos4u
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Nope it was sarcasm against North Carolina, well I'll add South Carolina in there too. Obviously all Christians are not inbreeding as my mother and father are not related. Try asking for directions in North Carolina around the western half as "Over Thar" is an official direction. See you guys later. EOH if you wish to discuss illuminati and when marriage laws regarding next of kin took place send me a U2U. I am friendly and I don't do gay conversions on Thursdays (more sarcasm).




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Well at least you are willing to admit you made an uneducated slur against Christians. I guess that is better than pretending comments made were not made with that intent.

Anyway, like you I guess I've about had enough of this.

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posted on May, 24 2012 @ 04:51 AM
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posted on May, 24 2012 @ 05:58 AM
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Christian fundamentalists, Muslim fundamentalists, and fundamentalists in general are the planet's village idiots. Assuming the literal interpretation of a text from hundreds/thousands of years ago is 100% correct is moronic, especially given the compared to today limited knowledge the authors had.

It's time the sane rest of us does the only right thing...laugh at them, and pity their retarded ignorance!



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 06:19 AM
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And in what verse does Jesus Christ specifically mention 'Homosexuality'?
Second.



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 07:10 AM
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A friend called me on the phone and told me about an hour ago.,"You remember him." I do now after seeing a clear photo. This man used to be a guest pastor at my former church when I was a kid. So when I say this....

More than likely there is a gay child sitting in the audience in this video who will always have this view of Christianity for their entire life. This is how I grew up and no matter how nice the Christian I can never escape the suspicion that even nice Christians think of me like this behind their eyes. It isn't fair to non-hating Christians but, I will never trust a Christian again because this man's church is how I was raised.


That is why.


Thanks again EyeOfHorus for calling me uneducated again.Any lack of education on my part may be because I attended a Christian School and learned more about magic than curriculum.



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 07:13 AM
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*Laughing*

Religion is murder, thievery, rape. History books are full of these acts in the name of almighty God.

T



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 07:42 AM
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Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus

Originally posted by toochaos4u
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Nope it was sarcasm against North Carolina, well I'll add South Carolina in there too. Obviously all Christians are not inbreeding as my mother and father are not related. Try asking for directions in North Carolina around the western half as "Over Thar" is an official direction. See you guys later. EOH if you wish to discuss illuminati and when marriage laws regarding next of kin took place send me a U2U. I am friendly and I don't do gay conversions on Thursdays (more sarcasm).



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Well at least you are willing to admit you made an uneducated slur against Christians. I guess that is better than pretending comments made were not made with that intent.

Anyway, like you I guess I've about had enough of this.

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Christian denominations hold a variety of views on the issues of sexual orientation and homosexuality, ranging from outright condemnation to complete acceptance. Not all members of a denomination necessarily support their church's views on homosexuality. In accordance with the traditional values of Abrahamic religions,[1] most Christian denominations teach that homosexual relationships and sexual acts are sinful



These denominations include the Roman Catholic Church[4] which includes about 50%[5] of the world's Christians, the Eastern Orthodox churches[6] which include about 12%,[7] and some mainline Protestant denominations, such as the Methodist churches,[2][8][9][10] Reformed Church in America[11] the American Baptist Church,[12] as well as Conservative Evangelical organizations and churches, such as the Evangelical Alliance,[13] the Presbyterian Church in America[14] and the Southern Baptist Convention.[15][16][17] Many Pentecostal churches such as the Assemblies of God,[18] as well as Restorationist churches, like Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormons, also take the position that homosexual sexual activity is immoral.[19][20] The latter churches include about 10%[citation needed] of the world's Christians.


Not really a slur if half of the denomonations have a position that it is sinful. Not uneducated either. The fact is, many christians, about half of them, have stated it is sinful. Now take the personal views of other denomonations and one could say the number is actually higher. So indeed, it IS a christian belief, maybe just not yours.

50% of ALL Christian denomonations believe homosexuality is a sin

CJ



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 12:12 PM
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off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 12:21 PM
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Your beloved popes are a wolf in sheeps clothing, and if anyone tries to get close to the truth they send out a pack of wolfs! to suppress the truth .snaarrrrl lol your churches should melt down any gold crosses empty their over brimming vaults and start practicing what they preach by giving it all to the poor ...




posted on May, 24 2012 @ 12:25 PM
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Originally posted by Arthur44
My daughters are both gay but i'll be damned if there going to be rounded up and let to die out


Im a christian who tries to live by god and mostly fail but still keep trying. Its upto the individual if they want to be gay or not as its them who have to face god at the last day!

Judge not lest ye be judged!!!


Both your daughters are gay.

And you still believe its a choice?



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by toochaos4u

I'll give Christians cred if they are the ones that organize to protest this man advocating putting fellow American Citizens into Christian Derived Concentration Camps.


Thank you.

I know there are good people who are Christian. But - until they start showing themselves en masse publicly in the media - - protesting against these anti-gay Christian leaders - - - they're just as bad as they are.

The "Silent Voice" - - is no voice at all. These anti-gay Christian leaders are your voice.


They won't get the cred though because they will not do it. The people that protest will be gays, family, friends of gays. The other churches will do nothing except whisper, "That is not us!"


Awesome statement.







posted on May, 24 2012 @ 12:35 PM
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Originally posted by The Sword
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Of course not. Each state has their own special group of residents.

In VT, we have NIMBYs and 2nd home owners that are a lot more annoying than the locals I know. Then again, I've never been fond of "flatlanders".


I'm in Arizona.

Need I say more.



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 12:48 PM
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Originally posted by Annee

Originally posted by Arthur44
My daughters are both gay but i'll be damned if there going to be rounded up and let to die out


Im a christian who tries to live by god and mostly fail but still keep trying. Its upto the individual if they want to be gay or not as its them who have to face god at the last day!

Judge not lest ye be judged!!!


Both your daughters are gay.

And you still believe its a choice?


I guess you could say that this is the rub. Christians believe that it is a choice and once acted upon is sinful. Amazing really.

CJ



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 01:08 PM
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1. Did I state that He did?

2. But Christ did specifically state to Peter:
Matthew 16:19

I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven. When you speak judgment here on earth, that judgment will be God's judgment. When you promise forgiveness here on earth, that forgiveness will be God's forgiveness.

So if Peter did say it, Christ stated that it came from God. Now, how many people don't listen to what Christ states here, to get out of things Christ did not talk about, or was not recorded in talking about? Roughly about a 3rd of Christendom does that.

3. Now, Peter has the authority, by what Christ stated, to state what comes form God:
And he writes of Paul in 2 Peter 3:15-16

15 And count the patience of our Lord as salvation, just as our beloved brother Paul also wrote to you according to the wisdom given him, 16 as he does in all his letters when he speaks in them of these matters. There are some things in them that are hard to understand, which the ignorant and unstable twist to their own destruction, as they do the other Scriptures.

So through Christ, if Peter wrote on homosexuality, then Christ, being God, authorized it being written. If Paul wrote on homosexuality, Peter has vouched that his authority came from the same place as his own. The only stipulation that Peter has on Paul's writing is that his writing is difficult material that people twist to their own ends. So, while there are NT writings about homosexuality, great care ought to be given to them before we come to full conclusions. This is where the argument is at.



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 02:34 PM
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Originally posted by GrandHeretic
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NTA- since you insist, doesn't anyone find it strange that we are the only mammals in nature that are born gay? I mean sure you see it reptiles, insects, and fish on rare occasion......but naturally in mammals, we are the only species? If it was that natural from birth there would be a far less occurrence of gay people at birth if that was in fact the case. Or do you believe that gayness from birth is like a disorder that occurs in the womb like say...autism? Down syndrome?

Umm, and you know this how? There are countless examples of homosexuality in numerous species. Homosexuality is well documented in over 500 species. Homophobia exists in only 1. What seems unnatural now?


Huh..................since its not prevalent in 98% of the animal kingdom, and humans are in fact animals.....you must be right, you are born that way. *Add sarcasm where ever you like* I mean how many times do you ride down the road and see too bucks givin each other a reach around?

That has what to do with anything, I have never been driving down the road and seen homosapiens doing that either...


You may find this post offensive, but again I never really cared what anyone else thinks. Raising hell about it just proves my point further.

Theres science, then theres pseudo science and most gay studies fall under the latter.

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I personally didn't find it offensive, just mis-informed. I guess the American Health Association, World Health Organization, Stanford, Harvard, and many other organizations must be pseudo science, because they are the ones doing the studies on homosexuality.
But hell, what do I know about anything, I've only been gay all my life, maybe after a few more years I'll better understand your logic...



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 02:47 PM
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Colo, I am keenly aware that there are many different denominations of Christianity, each with what they feel is their unique approach. A quick study shows that one of the early Christian theologians, Origen, was anathematized by the Emperor of Rome for his teaching on the pre-existence of the soul, among other things. For this reason, reincarnation is not widely taught throughout the seminaries and churches. Does it mean Jesus did not believe in and teach reincarnation?
Just the fact that Church theologicans differened in their interpretations of biblical scripture should tell you something. I surmise that secular humanists and atheists have won the day in your mind due to the prevalence of their BELIEF that man created god and and for want of a better description, there is no real purpose in life other than to exist for personal pleasures of the day and die after a haphazard life of meaningless glitter. So much for a true raison d'etre.
It is a popular thing today to criticize Christians and ridicule and harass them to no end, especially for the fallacies which were incurred by early emperors and Bishops in the grip of the power structure of Rome. I see it here endlessly. A prime example of it was last night when several people thought to ridicule an entire state for pre-Civil War laws allowing marriage of cousins. Never mind the fact that Queen Elizabeth married a cousin, and that it is still done in Europe and among elites, especially the Illuminati Bloodlines for the purpose of retaining power in their familial structures, and never mind that it was the Church which insisted on changing law to not permit it.
When I tried to show this last night, I was of course ridiculed and told it was off-topic. So I guess the moral of this is that anyone can say a bunch of bs here and if it sticks I guess it sticks.
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posted on May, 24 2012 @ 02:52 PM
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I understand your point. And to that I will say this: Who can actually claim to know what GOD said? No one. That is why it is all fake. It is made up. The reality is a majority of christians believe to be a homosexual is immoral and wrong. That, sadly, is a fact.

CJ



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 03:01 PM
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Originally posted by toochaos4u
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Proof that it is true. In North Carolina you can marry your cousin just not your gay cousin.

I'll give Christians cred if they are the ones that organize to protest this man advocating putting fellow American Citizens into Christian Derived Concentration Camps. They won't get the cred though because they will not do it. The people that protest will be gays, family, friends of gays. The other churches will do nothing except whisper, "That is not us!"

Man oh man... You know I am starting to agree with some of the people around here about the "Christian" bashing going on. I am not "Christian" and I do strongly feel that Religion is corrupt (so is everything). Most of the gay bashing I have experienced through my life have been at the hands of self proclaimed "good Christian men", but they obviously were not. There are many sects of Christianity that believe Homosexuality is a one way ticket to hell, some even want to give you that extra little push to get you there. However, I have been to many Christian churches, and known many Christian people that simply understand that it is not there place to judge anyone for anything. I have also seen whole congregations of churches march in Dallas showing there support for the lesbian and gay community.
This pastor and his flock are NOT christians, they are hatemongers.
I live in rural Texas and there are 3 churches whithin 10 miles of my house that me and my partner could walk in holding hands and would be greeted with warm smiles and welcomes.
There are also some that we could walk into and be lynched on the spot.
Some people love, some people hate.



posted on May, 24 2012 @ 03:03 PM
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Originally posted by denver22
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Your beloved popes are a wolf in sheeps clothing, and if anyone tries to get close to the truth they send out a pack of wolfs! to suppress the truth .snaarrrrl lol your churches should melt down any gold crosses empty their over brimming vaults and start practicing what they preach by giving it all to the poor ...





What good what it even do for the Vatican to give away all the treasures of the Church to feed some people a meal for a day? What would happen if your beloved Queen did the same?
Jesus had his own message on the poor.
Mark 14:7

American King James Version

For you have the poor with you always, and whenever you will you may do them good: but me you have not always.


So Jesus understood that on any given day, there would be the poor, and that is an ongoing thing. He understood the difference between feeding the poor, and attenuating the mind to the knowledge of the spirit. He acknowledged the altruism of feeding the poor but that it is not the end all and be all of living life on earth. I wish the Socialist Utopians would get the drift finally.
bible.cc...



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