Bible-believing Christians are now in the minority, although perhaps we always have been. The country was founded on Judeo-Christian principles, and the Founders relied on the Creator and noted Him in the founding documents. Which may be why the homosexual activists, the Progressives and the President are skirting or re-writing the Constitution at every opportunity. And in America, the radical gay agenda does not want tolerance (in the true meaning of the word), they don’t even want acceptance. What those radicals want is to eradicate all vestiges of God’s transcendent truth. Thus calling Christians “haters” to villainize any opposition. Read on. TJ
By Gary Wiram
DISAGREEING BUT NOT DISAGREEABLE
As one who openly opposes same-sex marriage, I recognize there are many who disagree with me and I’m not surprised when they attack my views. I’m, also, not surprised when this involves my being attacked personally, including being called homophobe. I’m not surprised by that but I’ve never fully understood it.
A word ending in “phobe” might seem to imply fear, as in “phobia”. But, in common usage, a homophobe isn’t one who fears a homo(sexual), it is meant to indicate one who hates them. Thus my lack of understanding, being called homophobe, since I neither fear nor hate homosexuals, individually or as a group.
On the contrary, I’m a follower of Jesus Christ and I, daily, do all I can to adhere to The Lord’s command, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” – Matthew 22:37-39.
As a result, though I’ve openly stated my opposition to same-sex marriage and I’ve clearly stated my reasons for holding that position, I don’t believe there has been any hateful word or action on my part in doing so…
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