Wednesday, August 27, 2014

 

Glittergeddon!


Vicky Beeching, a British-born evangelical Christian worship singer has come out as a lesbian and has been urging churches to change their doctrine on homosexual behavior.

Scott Lively, president of Abiding Truth Ministries, present candidate (snicker) for Massachusetts governor and one of the progenitors or the horrific anti-gay laws in Uganda, Nigeria and, maybe next, in Kenya, is unhappy!
He explained that after the Stonewall riots in 1969, homosexual activists banded together to oppose every American institution that did not fully accept and promote homosexual behavior.

The first victory was over the American Psychiatric Association, and within 40 years, every other group had been conquered, he said. The Boy Scouts were the latest to fall, just a year ago.

Now, the only organization left is the church, he said.
Beeching had the temerity to say:
What Jesus taught was a radical message of welcome and inclusion and love. I feel certain God loves me just the way I am, and I have a huge sense of calling to communicate that to young people.
But:
Lively, however, said Beeching represents "the drawing back of the tide before a tsunami" and an indicator of "how bad this is going to get."
Poor Lester Maddox must have felt the same way at some point!

Comments:
Beeching: What Jesus taught was a radical message of welcome and inclusion and love.

I'd have to say that she has a better understanding of Jesus than do the conservative evangelicals.
 
You'd think so ... if you didn't know that a lot of so-callled Chrirstians are ignorant of what Christ was supposed to have said.
 
Maddox was able to "say it with axe handles," while Mohler must get along with mere rhetoric. Not convincing at all.
Bob Carroll
 
Woops! Make that Scott Lively.
Bob Carroll
 
Woops! Make that Scott Lively.

A distinction without much difference!
 
Scott Lively violently attacked a woman in 1991.
 
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