It’s probably a good thing I’m not asked what my views are. In today’s world, it might not go well for me!
In light of the recent Duck Dynasty/PhilRobertson GQ Magazine brouhaha, I was again struck by the notion that this issue has become the defacto issue in which tolerance and intolerance is decided and where bigotry, discrimination, dogmatism, fanaticism, and prejudice are laid bare. The response from tens of thousands via various social media outlets and calls from the pro-gay juggernauts have been predictable and unsurprising. The cycle has been on rinse, wash, repeat for a long time now. If Christians vocalize that homosexual choices, lifestyles and sexual acts are wrong and incompatible with a biblical worldview, they are vilified as being hateful and vitriolic. Not only that, but instantly the Christian is also accused of tacitly encouraging hatred and violence upon the people that he doesn’t agree with and with whom he has deep and irreconcilable differences with, particularily in how that person expresses their sexuality.
Do the people who lambast…
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