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01/07/2008

Oh God: Another body flees over others' bodily attractions

by Jeremy Hooper

The majority of the congregation of Murfreesboro, Tennessee's Holy Cross Episcopal have reportedly left their church. The reason for their departure? Well, we'll give you one guess:

Murfreesboro church splits with Episcopalians over homosexuality [AP via KnoxNews.com]

Gee, if only Osama bin Laden were a southern Episcopalian. All we'd have to do is bomb his rumored hiding places with well-adjusted gays and proceed to not shun them for their existences, and he'd run screaming for the hills faster than you could say "misplaced priorities."

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Amazing isn't it Jeremy? They leave because of how we love and who we are. They say they defend Scripture but in actuality, as I said before, they are nothing more than self-righteous hypocrites!

Roll out Scripture when it comes to attacking gays but put scripture away when straight people attend church and are ready to place that money in the collection plate. God forbid they should attack straight people for a second or third marriage! God forbid they should be told a lie is a sin. It's acceptable now, especially when it relates to gays and their life. They can't speak on moral issues that hit too close to home because to do that their money would dry up!

Jeremy, I could go on and on. When I began to read more about fundamentalists and evangelicals, I came to a conclusion that most of them are "cherry pickers" and self-righteous hypocrites. They need to be exposed for who they are.

The ground they walk on is not paved in gold but rather from the backs of the GLBT community they so rabidly attack.

Posted by: Ken R | Jan 7, 2008 1:56:05 PM

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