Tuesday, July 17, 2007

The Christian response to homosexuality

The Interim, a Canadian Catholic pro-life newspaper has published an article called "The Christian response to homosexuality". Here's an excerpt:

"At the Interim, we do not consider it charitable to hide from people struggling with homosexual inclinations the considerable risks to their physical, mental and spiritual well-being that are associated with the gay lifestyle. We do not consider it rational to discuss the question of 'gay rights' without regard to the consequences -- for adults and children, marriage, the family, the church and society."

One of the goals of the homosexual movement has been to eliminate rational discussion and debate under the guise of human rights and hurt feelings. They have been largely successful. Today, school curriculums in Canada are being scoured to ensure that they contain nothing that would offend homosexuals, and that only gay-friendly, gay-positive portrayals be made. As someone has said about modern society, reason has been replaced with misplaced kindness.

The Interim, and its hard-working staff are something to be thankful for.

"Father we ask you to bless The Interim and its staff, and all others like them. They are "holding the fort" and bravely witnessing for Christian truth in matters such as abortion, euthanasia, and embryonic stem cell research against considerable odds and encroaching godless secularism. May their light, and the light of others like them, continue to shine brightly. May they never give up, never lose hope, and always look to the sure and certain coming of the Lord Jesus Christ who will put down every evil power and establish his kingdom of everlasting righteousness on this Earth.

TJC (through Jesus Christ), Amen."

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

...and all God's people said 'Amen'...
Vicki

RkBall said...

Vicki, it's good to hear from you again.

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"