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05/16/2012

Joseph Farah: Gays 'defile the land'

by Jeremy Hooper

And now more thoughts from WorldNetDaily publisher and editor Joseph Farah:

Screen Shot 2010-01-27 At 11.14.35 Am-1 "This is about as serious as the Bible gets in condemnation. This is not only sin that affects the individuals involved, it’s the kind of sin that has ramifications for the entire nation. It’s not only the kind of unrepentant sin that will keep someone from eternal life with God, it’s the kind of sin that defiles the land. It’s the kind of sin that caused the inhabitants of Canaan to be spued out, opening the door to the nation of Israel. It’s the kind of sin that brings on national judgment." [WND]

Everyone on their best behavior. It's only a matter of time before they realize we gays are responsible for the common cold, restless legs syndrome, and the enhanced likelihood of facing bad traffic when you're in hurry. Oh, and war.

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