This morning, I joined a discussion on the Washington Post web site, over Senator Ted Cruz in his exchange with a Lesbian woman who opposed his stance on LGBT issues.
At this link:
My comments were quickly deleted
I made the following comment:
“When we examine a man, we see clearly that he was created for a woman. When we examine a woman, we see clearly that she was made for man. These are the natural laws of human existence which every person can observe. When a person determines that they will change the natural use of a man and seek to unite himself with another man in a sexual relationship, this behavior is not natural and is against the laws of nature. Conversely, this is the same for two women. Every person understands this principle, whether or not they are willing to admit their knowledge.”
Although many disparaging remarks were made regarding Christians and their position that gay marriage is wrong, my comments regarding this same subject was deleted by the staff of the Washington Post.
In my response to a second comment that disparaged the Old Testament scriptures, regarding God’s judgment of the Canaanite nations, my comment was also quickly deleted from the discussion by the staff at the Washington Post
6:37 AM GMT+0800
When the Lord thy God shall bring thee into the land whither thou goest to possess it, and has cast out many nations before thee, the Hittites, and the Girgashites, and the Amorites, and the Anaanites, and the Perizzites and the Hivites, and the Jebusites, seven nations greater and mightier than thou; And when the Lord thy God shall deliver them before thee; thou shalt smite them, and utterly destroy them; thou shalt make no covenant with them, nor shew mercy unto them; Neither shalt thou make marriages with them; thy daughter thou shalt not give unto his son, nor his daughter shalt thou take unto thy son.
This justifies genocide and segregation so can I refuse to serve different racial groups because of my religious beliefs?
Hint: The answer is no.
My response to this comment was:
“For almost 900 years, the Lord warned the brutal people of the Canaanite nations to cease their worship of demonic gods and the offering of their children to the fiery hot arms of their sadistic god, Molech. After nearly a millennia, these warnings bore consequences, as the Lord ordered the systematic destruction of all the nations of the Canaanites.
Because of the patience of God, He was willing to delay judgement for an extraordinary long period of time. The Lord loved the Canaanites and earnestly desired that they would not see judgment but would, instead, turn to Him in repentance and be saved. Before the Lord ordered their complete annihilation, He would demonstrate for us a very important principle in the Old Testament: God’s hatred of sin is rooted in His love for us.
Although God hates sin, His love for us is exceedingly greater. Although His law demands judgment for the sinner, His mercy offers us forgiveness. The consequences of sin is death, but the Grace of God offers us eternal life. Jesus was willing to bear all of God’s wrath for sin in His own body and die for all of our transgressions. Those who think God is willing to send sinners to hell should consider that His Son died so that this might never happen.”
This comment was also deleted by the staff of the Washington Post.
A Guy With A Thought, or any person who speaks negatively about the Christian faith, can make a negative comment about the Christian and Jewish Scriptures, but a Christian may not write a response in defense of this comment.
Today, the LGBT community and haters of Christians and God, have the right of free speech, but Christians do not. Perhaps the Constitution of the United States does not apply to people of faith.