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Peaceful truth vs. judgmental condemnation: Which is the bigger deity sell-out?

by Jeremy Hooper

We have learned that Americans For Truth's Peter LaBarbera is currently preparing a story about newly de-closeted Christian singer Ray Boltz, in which he will use a photo with this title:

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We'll have to wait for Pete's post to learn the deep intricacies and subtle nuances behind his decision to deny God to yet another gay person. So stay tuned, fellow folks who've put their Lord on ebay in order to live their biological realities.

**UPDATE: Pete's post is up, and it's just more of the same. The world is simply teeming with "ex-gays," the only one certain Biblical view is the lock-solidly anti-gay one that folks like Pete have embraced, and those of us who challenge Pete's movement are just "self-serving" "ideologues." Check it out if you're bored:

Ray Boltz Buys the Lie, Says God Made Him Homosexual [AFT]

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Your thoughts

Boltz is nowhere near the "sell-out" Peter LaBarbera is. At least Ray doesn't travel cross-country to take pictures of porno tapes, returns and bears false witness about them being homosexual fetish videos, when the titles were confirmed to be hetero fetish videos.

We could continue with LaBarbera being a "sell-out" as a father, choosing homosex-obsession and bathhouse trolling over his own family and kids, but that's for another day.

Posted by: Scott | Sep 17, 2008 2:23:49 PM

Couldn't have said it better myself:

Researchers at the University of Minnesota have published a study showing that the degree of internalized homonegativity (negative attitude towards homosexuality) among homosexual men is what predicts poor mental and sexual health – not the act of being homosexual.

Posted by: LOrion | Sep 17, 2008 3:41:28 PM

My computer is currently unable to resolve the IP address of americansfortruth.com. Did Pete let his domain name registration lapse? Or did some radical homosexual hacker surreptitiously remove his DNS entry?

Posted by: Dick Mills | Sep 17, 2008 4:08:19 PM

It's back now, and as vile as ever! A quote from Porno Pete:

"And I met Anthony Glover, an African American man whose road to overcoming homosexuality was solidified by a scary experience of almost committing sodomy with a homosexual man who was HIV-positive. (Yes, some homosexual men intentionally try to infect others with HIV.)"

Committing sodomy! Like it's a crime??? And then, he goes on to say that "some homosexual men intentionally try to infect others with HIV." And, in the context, I would have to ash how Anthony Glover knew that the man he was "tempted" to have sex with was HIV+. . . unless the man was upfront with him about being HIV+.

And, what the fuck was Anthony Glover thinking when he considered having UNSAFE SEX with anyone??? I mean, if they were playing safe, there would have been much less "scary" in that "scary experience."

Posted by: Dick Mills | Sep 17, 2008 5:41:41 PM

An intersting and disturbing subtext to the PLB post is that having lots of kids proves both heterosexuality and morality, somehow. No, it proves that you can have unprotected sex with someone of the opposite sex without birth control. I'll guess that the number of happy, well adjusted gay people with children (biological or not) far, far outnumbers those who have "walked out of the homosexual lifestyle" to blatantly use their trophy families as some proof that they are "healed". Yucko. Great, you're capable of a heterosexual marriage and reproducing. Who cares? I am capable of that too, but I'd rather be happy (yes, happy) with who I am and not fight every day of my life against my sexual orientation. The only (debatedly) true basis of Mr. La Barbera's bias is the biblical injunction. Good for him for following that. I choose not to, and it's my country and my life. If you want a country ruled by a religious book and fundamentalist sects, there are plenty of other ones for you to choose.

Posted by: Sykler | Sep 17, 2008 6:00:10 PM

I say he should go to Russia, to be with with his "close" friend Paul Cameron.

Posted by: Zachary Peters | Sep 18, 2008 3:40:10 AM

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