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Is Christianity Homophobic?

Troglodite Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 1:01 PM
Let us see if we understand this correctly: Damian Legacy is smart enough to get accepted to GW and to make it until senior year, so he probably has more than a room-temperature IQ. Then he goes to a Catholic priest and is shocked, surprised, and hurt to be told that homosexual behavior is sinful, so he wants the priest run off of campus. This has to be the most transparently fraudulent piece of political theatre since Sandra Fluck showed on the scene.
David3036 Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 2:06 PM
I see it as a win-win for free speech. The priest was free to express his beliefs about the "sinfulness" of homosexuality, and the student was free to complain to the university about it. The university is now free to investigate and determine whether a priest who offends some of its students should keep his job as the university chaplain.

Ain't freedom wonderful? Try it -- you'll like it!
FlamingLiberalMultiCulturalist Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 1:37 PM
"...shocked, surprised, and hurt to be told that homosexual behavior is sinful.."

Err, & he was *kicked out* of the Neumann Center. Just in case you're concerned about, y'know,... facts.
Beethovens10th Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 1:04 PM
Um... the ability to excel at a liberal university these days is completely independent of I.Q. You just have to tow the Leftist line, and you're in.
That "loving Jesus means hating gay people" is "proclaimed in Christian churches and on Christian television and radio broadcasts."

So declares Dan Savage in his review of Jeff Chu's "Does Jesus Really Love Me: A Gay Christian's Pilgrimage in Search of God in America" -- on page one of The New York Times Book Review.

Who is foremost among those who have made "anti-gay bigotry seem synonymous with Christianity"? The Family Research Council and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

So says Savage. And who is he? A cradle Catholic who says he "was in church every Sunday for the first...