BREAKING! SHOCKING!: Evangelical readers oppose gay adoption
In a recent poll conducted by evangelical website ChristiaNet.com, 86% of readers voiced a belief that gay couples should not be allowed to adopt (with only 7% saying such forms of parenting were kosher):
Gay Adoptions Condone Immoral Lifestyles [ChristianNet]
Which is a standpoint so offensive, it leads this gay, future adoptive parent to crave the sweet relief that only an ince cold Sam Adams can bring...
What the? No beer either? Well damn. In that case, I guess I'll go down to the theater and catch a screening of A Mighty Heart...
Oh, you've got to be kidding me! Well screw it. Mr friend Jenny just got a new bikini that she wants to show off, so we'll just head down to the pool instead...
Oh, COME ON, ChristiaNet! What do you want us to do, stay home and wait for the Anti-Christ to reveal himself? Ha ha ha ha. I'm of course joking, because everyone knows that the Anti-Christ is not....
Oh dear God.
ChristiaNet.com, the world's largest Christian portal with the smallest definition of "acceptable."
ChristiaNet Polls [ChristiaNet]
I literally laughed out loud reading this.
Posted by: Stef | Jul 10, 2007 5:34:34 PM
Stef, if you'd enjoy another laugh, check out "The Dark Room of Sin" by John Duvall, a pdf document available on the biblestudy dot org Web site. According to Duvall, *some* Christians live a double life, showing one side of themselves to the world and allowing another to come -- dare I say it -- out of the closet when they're safely in the dark room where no one can see them. I wonder if there's a home theater in that room where they watch the "R" rated movies and drink beer while lounging around in bikini swimsuits. Possible?
Posted by: Robin Reardon | Jul 10, 2007 11:29:53 PM
Ok let me see if I get this right. This site claims they have 12 million page loads yet none of their pols are able to get more than a few hundred hits? Sure.
And I have a bridge in Brooklyn Im looking to sell.
Posted by: 7 | Jul 11, 2007 3:36:39 PMcomments powered by Disqus