I’ve posted about this sort of thing before here, and I usually reserve my cultural and political comments for this blog. I feel like the SBC is looking at the challenging words of Christ, and asking “Who is my neighbor?” to find some wiggle room. That disappoints me deeply.
A friend of mine who is an evangelistic atheist posted a video of Christians spewing hate (or “sharing the Gospel” as they would say) about homosexuality. Some folk showed up to protest Pastor Charles Worley, he of the electric fence concentration camp solution to the presence of homosexuals in our society. A batch of vocal protestors showed up to protest the protest. Then another organization showed up to protest the protest of the protest.
Maybe it’s best if you just watch the video.
Then again, maybe not.
My friend said this is the kind of thing that supporting Christian thought will encourage. This, he claimed, is what Christianity is about. I argued with my friend that the folks captured on video spitting venom are poor examples of Christianity, based on Christ’s statement that there are two greatest commandments on which everything else depends:
Love God fully.
Love others like…
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