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Time For Sensitivity Training

KathyCanyonwalker Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:38 AM
Your posts always make me wonder if an impartial stranger read them, would they see Jesus, at all; would they see your clear dislike for a people group? What would they see? You are supposed to be a man of God, and a leader and you consistently embroil fear and hatred of the LGBT community. And, I think you are actually getting worse. And now, your followers will pick up the building materials you lay out and build the wall higher and thicker between God and the LGBT community with the nudging you give them. If your mission REALLY is to reach out in love, why do I not sense that your followers "hear" that mission and carry it out? I often wonder what my "rights" as a Christian are, as designated in the Bible?
Anominus Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 10:32 AM
The fact that you feel it necessary to label valid opposition to the homosodomite social and political agendas as "fear and hatred" reveals your complacent hypocrisy.

We despise deceit and perversion - the very foundation of the militant homosodomite movement which preaches its filth through the media. History has proven that, as with most leftists, if we give these people an inch, they will take us for a mile. Just like Roe v Wade, rather than standing aside and remaining silent, we must oppose evil when ever and where ever it rears its head. To do anything less is essentially a demonstration of tolerance - we have seen where that leads!
DCM in FL Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 8:03 AM
If your point is that Christians need to be genuinely loving toward "LGBT" people, it's valid.

If your point is that loving "LGBT" people involves letting them think they're OK as they are, it's not valid.
du2 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 11:43 AM
"Letting them think they're ok..."
Not only in certain letters of Torah, the Bahgivahd Gita...and matters of scientific experimentation, you have to 'let' something or someone free to do what others do fully and freely to draw a comparison and then a conclusion and not before. To do otherwise is what is invalid. Forcing people to struggle to do the same things anyone does legally, that's accepted every day without challenge, taints anything YOU think you know is the truth about them. You're never around any gay people to know. And you only hear about them from heterosexuals no more credible than you are.
Love isn't the point. Equal treatment and protection is.
du2 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 11:56 AM
What you call being PC, is actually just having good manners. What you think is sensitivity, is understanding when you don't know something and might have something to learn for a change. Brown makes being open to REALLY knowing someone else and THEIR needs, sound like a BAD thing. That apparently is what a Christian like Brown does with vigor when it comes to gay people. He knows what's best for them, more then THEY know for themselves.
And then he complains when they behave counter to that. As if self determination shouldn't be evident in gay people when it's evident in all our DNA. It doesn't take any courage to understand that. Only manners. Apparently Brown and those who agree with him, have neither.
Anominus Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:13 PM
"Love isn't the point."

But that's what homosodomites claim when they try to redefine marriage - the "right to marry the person you love."

"Equal treatment and protection is."

Homosodomites already have equal treatment and protection under the law. They are free to marry a person of the opposite sex so long as they meet the same requirements as everyone else. If they should choose to marry according to the law, they will receive all the benefits as everyone else.
DCM in FL Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:50 PM
"You're never around any gay people to know. And you only hear about them from heterosexuals no more credible than you are."

Nice unsafe assumptions there!

My late, gay friend who died of AIDS at 33 eventually realized he wasn't "OK as he was." Everyone who would tell him he was "OK" might as well have his blood on their hands.
anderson659 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 1:04 AM
If people read your frequent LGBT support posts it is easy to see your hatred, bigotry and shame shining through that is directed towards Christians.. Your attempt to demonize those that offer vocal disagreement to your frequent unrelenting support of your homosexuality not only fails, MILLIONS of people have heard your arguments and discarded them as self serving hypocrisy.

A word of advice, quite using Christians as strawmen in your quest to absolve your guilt and self loathing.
KathyCanyonwalker Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 1:09 AM
anderson, I AM a Christian.
KathyCanyonwalker Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 1:09 AM
and honey, I am also heterosexual.
anderson659 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 1:17 AM
Ms. Walker:

Call yourself what you want,
Andy544 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 8:06 AM
"To the Law and to the Testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them." Isaiah 8:20

Jesus Christ is God's word made flesh, Kathy. Jesus died for the sins of the world. What does God's word say about homosexuality, Kathy? Does God's word call homosexuality 'a new expression of God's love'? Or, does God's word call homosexuality a SIN THAT LEADS TO DEATH? And, how can you call yourself a "Christian" if you do not BELIEVE and OBEY God's word? You are endorsing SIN, and 'papering it over' with PHONY LOVE..
KathyCanyonwalker Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 9:55 AM
We probably interpret Scripture differently in many areas, this being one of them. How I view Scripture in this instance is consistent with what I see in the lives of LGBT Christians. I am comfortable with that.
God must be comfortable with me as well. I see it in the peace, joy and righteousness in my life.
It is okay that you do not agree with me. I am comfortable with that too.
Andy544 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:36 PM
I can see it's ALL ABOUT YOU, Kathy. Good luck.
SOGAPreacher Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 1:23 PM
Homosexual Christian, Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, Tooth Fairy - all the same.

Chris Culliver, the San Francisco 49ers player who badmouthed gays last week, will soon begin LGBT sensitivity training. When do the public figures who badmouth conservative Christians begin their sensitivity training?

Back in 2007, basketball player Tim Hardaway received an avalanche of criticism when he said during a radio interview, “I hate gay people. I don’t like to be around gay people. I’m homophobic. I don’t like it. It shouldn’t be in the world for that or in the United States for it. So yeah, I don’t like it.” He too went to sensitivity training and has since emerged as a...