Pastor Ken Hutcherson is gay — although he is not a homosexual. The Hutch, as he is known to conservatives who listen to Rush Limbaugh, is campaigning to take back the word “gay” from the gay community just at he fights to bring back the rainbow as a sign of God’s love towards mankind. The rainbow is a sign telling us that God will never destroy the earth with a flood again, not a sign that it’s OK to be a sodomite.
“My frustration is that some groups have taken words and symbols away from the Church and from society in general. When I say I’m ‘gay,’ what I mean is that I am happy, that I am joyful and that I love people. That is precisely what a Christian ought to be so in my opinion we just need to be as gay as we can.”
“Dan Savage (a pro-gay activist) says he is gay. He’s not gay, not anywhere close. Yeah, he may be a homosexual but he certainly doesn’t appear to be happy or joyful when he stands up in front of a classroom and uses profane language. Nope, nothing gay about that.”
Hutch on gay marriage:
A good article against homosexuality — via Kathy at Neil’s blog. This article uses sound logic to dispel the gay-gene argument, something we have done here on occasion. Be sure to read Neil’s post on exposing Tony Campolo for the false teacher that he is.
Another STOOPID Church Sign — you know my hatred of church signs, since most of them are truly thoughtless. Here is one from the liberals in the church, thinking they are making some great stand for a loving attitude.
The problem is, as Ed pointed out on Facebook, the hateful Christian will be forgiven, the atheists will not. But also allow me to add that what we are faced with today is not more hateful Christians, but more hateful atheists. The new atheists isn’t interested in just denying God and living his own life in peace. He is purposefully seeking to rid culture, community and our country of anything and everything religions. Pastor Tom Tate may think he is making inroads with the atheists by putting up such a sign. However, the new atheists of this day want to run foolish Tom out of business as well.
The 10 Warning Signs of an Inwardly Obsessed Church — great article by Thom S. Rainer about church becoming to inwardly focused.
A Better Life For Julia — You may have heard of Obama’s plan to raise our children for us, from cradle to grave. The Heritage Foundation shows a better way through conservatism. Both Neil and Roxanne have excellent pieces on this one. Roxanne writes:
For those of you wondering, “Who the heck is Julia?!?”, she’s
a composite of Obama’s girlfriendsa fictional character who subsists on Nanny State handouts for her entire life. From birth until retirement, Julia gets goodies from the government, which is allegedly preferential to a Mitt Romney world.
Suitably Flip made a “Life of Julie,” which shows how someone can prosper under Mitt Romney – or suffer under Obama. It starts off with, “Julie arrives on-time to preschool every day, thanks to the trusty, affordable internal combustion engine in her parents’ car.”
Instapundit asks the question we are all asking: where is Julia’s husband? Sarcastic Roxe answers: earning money to give to women via the government, which is apparently “not being dependent upon a man.”
Also go to the link provided for the Heritage Foundation that counters the Obama article.
My question for Obama: “why do you assume we WANT to put our children in the failing Head Start program?” That is my point against what he offers, why are we supposed to assume it’s better for us simply because we put it forth. Obama, a man from a third-world country, trying so hard to turn us into a third-world country. After all, he is seeking “fairness.”