Proof anti-gay religious people want to hurt gay ‘sinners’

  • metta

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    Aug 30, 2013 3:10 PM GMT
    Proof religious people want to hurt gay ‘sinners’

    "Anti-gay Christians claim their attitude to homosexuality is ‘love the sinner’ but ‘hate the sin’. But scientists have proved that is a myth and they really want to physically hurt gays."

    http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/proof-religious-people-want-hurt-gay-%E2%80%98sinners%E2%80%99300813

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    Aug 30, 2013 3:32 PM GMT
    I know this ancillary staff member at work. He claims to be an evangelist, yet any mention of gays, he is quick label gays as disgusting. He said if one of them ever came near him he would beat the hell out of them.

    He calls himself an evangelist yet every woman he sees gives him blue balls. A young intern was working with us last year (the evangelist is married by the way), he claimed he is gonna do everything to get a piece of that intern. I am saying in my mind, you are married yet you are telling someone you are gonna cheat on your wife.

    Yet you are wondering why your life is stuck at picking up garbage every day and hardly have a high school diploma.
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    Aug 30, 2013 3:45 PM GMT
    Then, they ain't Christians...
    even if they call themselves as "Christians" or "Muslims" or whatever, its just a name tag.
    "MOCKERY", "contemptuous towards others due to ignorance and lack of proper introspection"
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    Aug 30, 2013 5:09 PM GMT
    I used to be Christian (noooo not anymore) but my family is still Christian and I know lots of Christians. That article is just plain ridiculous.
    The Christians I know say there are many ways to God and, by their actions, really mean it. They have no problems with people who think differently than they do as long as they are good people.
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    Aug 30, 2013 5:18 PM GMT
    PaulDee saidI know this ancillary staff member at work. He claims to be an evangelist, yet any mention of gays, he is quick label gays as disgusting. He said if one of them ever came near him he would beat the hell out of them.

    He calls himself an evangelist yet every woman he sees gives him blue balls. A young intern was working with us last year (the evangelist is married by the way), he claimed he is gonna do everything to get a piece of that intern. I am saying in my mind, you are married yet you are telling someone you are gonna cheat on your wife.

    Yet you are wondering why your life is stuck at picking up garbage every day and hardly have a high school diploma.


    This is when you should have told him you were gay. This is why we don't have equal rights. So many people are scared to stand up to these idiots.
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    Aug 30, 2013 5:48 PM GMT
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    PaulDee saidI know this ancillary staff member at work. He claims to be an evangelist, yet any mention of gays, he is quick label gays as disgusting. He said if one of them ever came near him he would beat the hell out of them.

    He calls himself an evangelist yet every woman he sees gives him blue balls. A young intern was working with us last year (the evangelist is married by the way), he claimed he is gonna do everything to get a piece of that intern. I am saying in my mind, you are married yet you are telling someone you are gonna cheat on your wife.

    Yet you are wondering why your life is stuck at picking up garbage every day and hardly have a high school diploma.


    This is when you should have told him you were gay. This is why we don't have equal rights. So many people are scared to stand up to these idiots.


    Well, I love this little thing called job security and telling him my sexual preference is not gonna do anything but put my life at risk and my job at risk. Its unfortunate, but sometimes, silence and ignoring is the best thing to do. Jamaica is not a great place to be out and proud.
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    Aug 30, 2013 5:57 PM GMT
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    JohnSpotter saidI used to be Christian (noooo not anymore) but my family is still Christian and I know lots of Christians. That article is just plain ridiculous.
    The Christians I know say there are many ways to God and, by their actions, really mean it. They have no problems with people who think differently than they do as long as they are good people.

    It didn't say "all Christians", it said "anti-gay Christians". Calm down.

    The article says "religious people" when I look at it.
    What is the point of studying anti-gay Christians to find out if they are anti gay?
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    Aug 30, 2013 6:31 PM GMT
    metta8 saidProof religious people want to hurt gay ‘sinners’


    Can you please think a little bit about what you post?

    Your statement is idiotic because not all religious people want to hurt gay "sinners" - and even if you spin it that you didn't say "all" then you ignore the fact that there are SOME non-religious people who also want hurt gays.

    SOME religious people want to hurt gays, just as SOME non-religious people do. Stop bashing entire groups of people for the bad thoughts of a few.
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    Aug 30, 2013 6:35 PM GMT
    I avoid people who make a big deal of their Christianity. Not because they're anti-gay, but I often wonder what they're hiding.

    Any religion that offers "unconditional forgiveness from sin" will attract evil people. Its like the child molesting priests....they know what they do is evil, but Jesus offers to "wipe the slate clean." Furthermore, the victim is commanded to forgive the perpetrator, and everybody else must not judge him. Anybody with a "behavior problem" will love this escape from morality.

    Its like the "ex-gay therapists" who ruined lives and drove people to suicide, but now say it was all a scam. Watch them, and they don't have an ounce of guilt about it. Why? God has forgiven them. Ruined lives and dead bodies are wiped clean.

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    Aug 30, 2013 7:20 PM GMT
    Aristoshark said
    JohnSpotter saidI used to be Christian (noooo not anymore) but my family is still Christian and I know lots of Christians. That article is just plain ridiculous.
    The Christians I know say there are many ways to God and, by their actions, really mean it. They have no problems with people who think differently than they do as long as they are good people.

    It didn't say "all Christians", it said "anti-gay Christians". Calm down.


    It's still an unhelpful, misleading, sweeping generalization that sets the LGBT community back. As if people who identify as being part of the LGBT community aren't capable of the same thing.
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    Aug 30, 2013 8:31 PM GMT
    Tangiers saidI avoid people who make a big deal of their Christianity. Not because they're anti-gay, but I often wonder what they're hiding.
    Any religion that offers "unconditional forgiveness from sin" will attract evil people. Its like the child molesting priests....they know what they do is evil, but Jesus offers to "wipe the slate clean." Furthermore, the victim is commanded to forgive the perpetrator, and everybody else must not judge him. Anybody with a "behavior problem" will love this escape from morality.
    Its like the "ex-gay therapists" who ruined lives and drove people to suicide, but now say it was all a scam. Watch them, and they don't have an ounce of guilt about it. Why? God has forgiven them. Ruined lives and dead bodies are wiped clean.

    I avoid people who make a big deal about *anything* be it Christianity, Judism, Atheism...
    Anyone who thinks they KNOW the answers is too frustrating to get close too.

    Although I hope we don't get into it deeply here, I don't think you have your facts about Christianity entirely correct. For instance non-Christians think "Judge not lest ye be judged" means you can't judge people. It doesn't. It means don't judge people unless you're judging yourself equally hard.