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Sunday, 24 July 2011
10:37:54 PM (GMT)
Sometimes people ask me questions that I'm not sure how to answer. Well guess
what!!! I'm answering them now. Because I want to explain this once and for all. Kay?

FAQ #1: Are you a Christian? 
Am I a judgmental, condemning hypocritical homophobe? No. Am I a real,
authentic Christian with a real relationship with God? Yes.

FAQ #2: Being gay is okay. You agree? 
To put an impossibly complex answer unfairly simply, no. But being a homophobe is not
okay either. 
A good example of this is my dad. He once told me that he thinks he has a right to
call people he assumes to be gay fags. This is so wrong. Firstly, he does not
know if a person is gay or not just by looking at someone, or even by how they talk
or dress or act. He cannot see inside a person's heart. Second, the word 'fag' is in
my opinion one of the most vile, disgusting words in the English language. People,
far too many people, have had their lives ruined by that word. I once told my father
this, and he said, "If Jesus was alive today, he'd call them fags too, I bet." Sorry
dad, but no, and I would consider that statement blasphemy. Jesus is not hateful. He
then went on to say that, "Yeah, because they chose to be fags." Not necessarily.
Were they 'born that way'? No. Is it in their DNA? No. But are there people out there
who have experience homosexual feeling their entire life? Yes. Having a certain
feeling is not a sin, but acting on that kind of feeling is. I don't fully understand
this, but I understand that different people are tempted with different things. And
if someone is really, truly gay, then sometimes only God can change that.
But it is completely unfair how gay people are treated. You see a person with an
addiction, and no one looks at them and says, "Wow, they're going to hell. They'll
never be a Christian." No, often Christians pity these people and pray for them and
show them compassion. But is their sin really so different than homosexuality?
Neither of those people are in control of their sins. An addict can't help feeling
the urge to (do drugs/smoke/drink/etc.) and a homosexual might not be able to help
the feelings they have. No one wakes up and says, 'Today, I'm going to try really
hard to become gay.' The feelings are first, then the sin.
But we focus on this way too much. A Christian couple with a gay son might spend
thousands of dollars on therapy and counseling to make their son straight. But if he
has not accepting Christ, he could go to hell the next day. They should first focus
on his relationship with God. That should be their main concern. Everything else will
follow, naturally. 
I could go on and on about this, but I think that's enough for now.

FAQ #3: Do you believe in the supernatural? 
No. I believe in God and angels and demons and even Satan, but I do not consider
these beings to be supernatural. God created nature. Therefore he is natural. It's
not, "Earth is down here and God is up there". It's all together. God is everywhere,
and angels and demons are here on Earth. (And in heaven too.)

FAQ #4: Christians are one of the world's biggest problems. Why would you want to
be one?
If you think that Christians run the world and look down on anyone nonChristian and
are horribly cruel and homophobic and judgmental, then you've never been out of
America. Christians are persecuted just as much if not more than gay people. Not in
America, but everywhere else. In America, it seems we take our freedom for granted,
and think we're superior to anyone, when we simply are not. God created all races,
genders, and ages equal. 

Something else:
Any Christian who says, "Are you gay? Yes? You're going to hell, you know." Does not
deserve to be called a Christian. 
God is the judge, not some idiot human. 

FAQ #5: Did you know Satanists are more accepting than Christians?
Not true. Anyone who thinks this has not met a Satanist. Of coarse, there are many
kinds of Satanists, but they all serve a defeated god. 

Something true:
God loves gay people. And he asks Christians to love them too! 
God has defeated Satan, and he gives his children authority over Satan. 

Is known as the Most Nonreligious Country In The World.
But also has the world's highest suicide rate.
Not to mention the most child prostitution of any developed country.

What I have to say to gay people:
If anyone who is reading this is gay, I would like to sincerely apologize on behalf
of all Christians, including myself, for how homosexuals have been treated by the
very people who should be showing them compassion. Hateful, homophobic Christians are
not serving God! They are doing the work of Satan in the name of God, which is the
worst thing I can imagine. It is not right how gay people are treated. Hating any
group of people is completely against what Jesus taught. And so I apologize, and I
ask you not to be bitter against all Christians. Not all of us are stupid. 
Last edited: 24 July 2011

‹ㅑJïNxㅜㅇNㅕ› says:   25 July 2011   970461  
 I love you c:
‹✖[[AntisocialButterfly]]✖› says:   25 July 2011   864656  
YAY a positive reaction. 
Did you actually read all that?? D: 
‹ㅑJïNxㅜㅇNㅕ› says:   25 July 2011   432308  

double ya, a positive reply.
No. I skimmed lol. :L
‹✖[[AntisocialButterfly]]✖› says :   25 July 2011   439831  
Oh. Well. Skimming is good too x] 


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