The Obama administration and Democrat Party are out of control and destroying what is left of America’s moral fabric. We are all sinners in need of forgiveness and love. What we do not need is a government-sponsored religion that proclaims what God says is wrong is simply because people choose to do something.
If a man chooses to have his partner shove an erect penis up the man’s anus, in the privacy of their own home, that is between the men and God. The government should not have any say in the matter. If two women decide to lick each other’s vaginas, in the privacy of their own home, that is between the women and God. The government should not have any say in the matter.
But recent legislative sessions and elections have seen a push to redefine marriage to include homosexual unions. That will play out in the public square Jan. 21 when President Obama is sworn into his second term as president. A pastor invited to deliver the benediction at the presidential inaugural was forced to withdraw after the homo SS found he had delivered at least one sermon declaring homosexuality defined as sin in the Bible.
When less than 2 percent of Americans are homosexual, according to 2011 data, and this lobby moves the White House, something is wrong. Homosexuals belong in the public marketplace of ideas, but they should not be in a position to exclude anyone else.
Thank God for Rev. Louie Giglio and other holy men and women who believe a creator knows what is best for the created. They don’t care about public opinion.
“Due to a message of mine that has surfaced from 15-20 years ago, it is likely that my participation, and the prayer I would offer, will be dwarfed by those seeking to make their agenda the focal point of the inauguration,” Giglio said in a letter sent to the White House on Jan. 10. He sent the letter after being asked to withdraw.
“Clearly, speaking on this issue has not been in the range of my priorities in the past fifteen years. Instead, my aim has been to call people to ultimate significance as we make much of Jesus Christ.”
In a pluralistic society, “members of a society are to be responsible and understanding of others in society,” says Brian Stiller, Global Ambassador of the World Evangelical Alliance, in a recent opinion piece. Religious people are members of society. Who is respecting their views?
For example, Angela McCaskill, the chief diversity officer for Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C., was placed on paid administrative leave after it was revealed that she signed a petition at her church to place homosexual marriage law on the ballot in Maryland. She had 23 years on the job.
The Ph.D. was outed by an anonymous faculty member with the university. So homo SS members can fill young skulls full of the “educator’s” mush, but administrator’s can not sign voting initiatives. All in the name of diversity.
Groups opposing the marriage law immediately denounced the school’s action, saying it confirmed their predictions that the law would lead to intolerance toward people of faith who oppose gay marriage.
McCaskill was reinstated some three months later.