With interest failing to wane, we're gonna send you back to the same
It's rare that we will direct you back to an old post. However, one of our recent items has caused quite a bit of back-and-forth in its comments section, and we thought some of you might be interested in adding your two cents.
The post: That one in which the a California reader/preacher named Wayne sent a random email condemning this site's writer for "allowing other men to poke you in the butt." At the time, we dismissed the whole thing with a glib aside regarding the writer's ASSumptions. We never dreamed the post would become such a popular discussion forum, possibly topping the hole whole of our other posts in terms of comment participation!
Just one of the thoughts that Wayne has added to the conversation since his initial email:
Everything Jesus has said is the Truth, nothing "questionable!" The only reason why it would be questionable to you is that, you need a reason to make it questionable as the Truth causes you to tremble as it does all homosexuals!
Everybody knows the "gay game": Discredit the Bible, you dismiss the God of the bible, dismiss the God of the Bible, you have no accountability, and thus, no moral absolutes.
That's the "gay game".....and it is futile because nothing and no one can dismiss TRUTH! People have tried to do go going all the way back during biblical times, and here we are in the 21st century still talking about "TRUTH" and the One who is the Truth: Jesus Christ! Wow! What a Mighty God we serve!
So yea, if you care to add your own learned thoughts about, among many other things, the supposed infallibility of Jesus, then go comment on the old post instead of this one. You're unlikely to change Wayne's mind. But if you're like us, the cathartic commenting will surely only strengthen your belief that a God who gave you an analytical brain would want you to see (and question) the world for what it is, not for what certain humans have translated it to be.
*Note: The eleven day-old entry is now on its fourth page of comments, so you have lots of back-reading if you really want to get into it.
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