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Why Gay Is Not the New Black

Todd94 Wrote: May 22, 2012 9:02 PM
So true. If homosexuality is not a sin then they don't need to be saved from it. If they don't need to be saved from their sin's than they don't need a savior. It's a first class ticket to hell by delusion. Now that being said. If someone is Gay and powerless to stop their sin and they confess to God that they believe Jesus died on the cross to pay the price for the sins of the world than the Gay person will be saved. All this equal rights for Gays stuff is about making it out to be a normal, moral, accepted behavior. It's still a sin to God. Even though I am saved by his grace I still sin. We are saved sinners. We still had to confess to God that we sin and need salvation. God loves all his children. All can be saved. Amen.

Repeating what has been a rallying cry of gay activism for years, the cover of the December 16, 2008 issue of The Advocate announced, “Gay is the New Black: The Last Great Civil Rights Struggle.” Last week, on May 19th, headlines across the nation announced, “NAACP endorses gay marriage as ‘civil right.’” So, is gay the new black?

There are prominent black leaders who say yes, including Congressman John Lewis, who was active in the early Civil Rights movement. There are other prominent black leaders who say no, like Timothy F. Johnson, founder and president of the Frederick Douglass Foundation.