Friday, September 19, 2014

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Scott Lively Accuses HRC Of 'Deliberately Trying To Incite Murder Against Me'

Anti-gay activist Scott Lively has accused the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) of “deliberately trying to incite murder” against him.
HRC has released a report titled Exposed: The Export of Hate, which seeks to shine a light on the “network of American extremists who work tirelessly to undercut LGBT people around the world at every turn.”

Lively, president of the Massachusetts-based Abiding Truths Ministries, is among those profiled in Export of Hate.
“There is a war going on in the world,” Lively is quoted as saying. “There is a war that is waging across the entire face of the globe. It's been waging in the United States for decades. And it's been waging in Europe for decades. It's a war between Christians and homosexuals.”
In response to the report's publication, Lively said, “I believe they are now deliberately trying to incite murder against me and every other person on their enemies list.”
“Because I am a Bible-believing Christian I am not afraid of death. But neither am I volunteering for martyrdom. As of today I am for the first time going to start taking precautions against the possibility of being assassinated by agents of the LGBT movement. For one thing, I will no longer publicize my travel schedule in advance.”
Lively also demanded a retraction and a public apology from HRC.
“STOP INCITING HATE BEFORE YOU GET PEOPLE KILLED!!!!!,” Lively concluded.

Scott, gay people don't hate your for having religious beliefs, gay people hate you because your a genocidal lunatic bent on the outright annihilation of gay people.
As for your last statement, practice what you preach asshole!

Married Gay Couple Denied Communion; Catholic Priest Says They Must Divorce

A married gay couple has been denied communion and told they can no longer participate in church ministry unless they separate and divorce.
According to The Billings Gazette, Paul Huff and Tom Wojtowick, together more than 30 years and lifelong Catholics, married in Seattle last year.

Rev. Samuel Spiering was in his post as administrator of St. Leo the Great Catholic Church in Lewistown, Montana four days before he met with Huff and Wojtowick to ask them if they had married. The following day, he told them they could no longer receive Communion and dismissed them from their volunteer posts in the church.
Huff, 73, and Wojtowick, 66, started attending St. Leo's in 2003.
Two weeks later, the men agreed to write a restoration statement supporting the church's definition of marriage as between a man and a woman.
The men said that what mattered to them were the civic protections of marriage, not challenging the church.
Wojtowick said that when he met with Spiering to write the statement, they were also asked to agree to a divorce, which the men did not agree to.
The incident has led some people to leave the parish. Bishop Michael Warfel of the Diocese of Great Falls-Billings is expected to discuss the situation with parishioners on Saturday night.
“This is not animus against someone who happens to be a homosexual; this issue is the same-sex marriage,” Warfel told the paper. “A lot of people put those two together, and obviously there's a connection, but it's not the same thing.”

I don't know what's more pathetic, this Bishop who thinks saying he doesn't hate gay people, but believes they can't be gay and be a Catholic is somehow not homophobic?
Or the fact the couple was ready to throw their gay brothers and sisters under the bus so long as they could stay together and go to this *church* if they agreed (in writing) that homo's have no right to marry (except for them of course)

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Appeals Court Split Will Likely Determine Gay Marriage Timing

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Tuesday said a split among appeals courts would likely determine when the Supreme Court will take up the issue of state gay marriage bans.
Speaking 90 minutes to a University of Minnesota Law School audience, Ginsburg said the appeals court to watch is the Sixth Circuit, which is expected soon to rule on legal challenges to bans in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee.

While three appeals courts have already upheld lower court rulings invalidating bans in Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, Indiana and Wisconsin and the Ninth Circuit is widely believed to follow suit in cases from Nevada, Hawaii and Idaho, the Sixth Circuit has signaled it might uphold such bans.
Ginsburg said “there will be some urgency” if the Sixth Circuit splits off on its own.
There is “no need for us to rush,” she added, if the judges fall in line with other rulings.
Ginsburg also remarked on increasing support for gay rights.
“Having people close to us who say who they are – that made the attitude change in this country,” she said.

Blessed Are The Peacemakers

When an anti-gay preacher decided to visit a Virginia university yesterday (16 September), he was expecting a perfect opportunity to spout his nonsense for everyone to hear.
But it turns out, not many people could hear his sermon.
Instead, the James Madison University students gathered around the preacher, singing a song of love and tolerance. With one guy on guitar, the group begins to sing 'How He Loves', a Christian song by John Mark McMillon. And with it, you can't hear the preacher at all.
According to reports on social media, the preacher began his sermon by telling a gay couple holding hands they were going to hell. Once the song was finished, he told the large body of students they were headed 'straight to hell'. 'Jesus loves you all!' a student says in response.

I know many believe I am anti-Christian, and admittedly, I spend a lot of time and some effort on this blog, pointing out those who say they are Christian but are anything but.
It has been my experience in life that there are two types of Christians, those that use the religion to facilitate their own vile bigotries, their willful, obstinate need to feel superior too others and grind everyone else under foot.
Then there are Christians like these beautiful kids, kind, generous and full of love and caring.
People who listen and hope to make a better world through understanding, peace and fellowship.
There are many like these kids, but sadly, their voices are seldom heard, drowned out by the cacophony of hate spewed by fanatical, theocratic monsters bent on their own self glorification, the desolation of anything perceived different from them or just for the money, control and power.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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Obamacare ‘Death Panel’ Inventor Turns Tail And Runs During ‘Daily Show’ Appearance

Rhetorical Christian Nonsense


First of all, they were being cowardly by not posting the whole scripture.
Secondly, I must surmise they don't believe that Jesus really is their savior...after all, didn't he say he came to fulfill the law?  Wasn't his very existence to address mans inability to live by the law.
Read Leviticus you morons, no one, not even the biggest holierthanthou Bible thumper can live up to the standards of Leviticus.
Yet, you insist we do?
Go fuck yourselves! 

Monday, September 15, 2014

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