America is all fouled up! We don’t know the difference between right and wrong, up and down, black and white, good and bad, or normal and abnormal. The Hebrew prophet Amos commanded us to “Hate the evil and love the good.” However, most people relegate Amos to the ash heap and suggest that what is evil for one person may be good for another. Afraid not. While there can be some honest disagreement about some things, when God speaks about an issue, that settles it. God has spoken clearly about perversion. And that settles it!
Recently, Jason Collins, an over-the hill professional basketball player grabbed a few more minutes of his vanishing fame by announcing to the world: “I’m black. And I’m gay.” As if anyone really cared. Evidently President Obama cared enough to call to congratulate him for his courage as did Bill Clinton. And Michelle yelled, “We have your back.” Really!
Burt Prelutsky, a columnist and west coast talk show host, wrote of Obama’s call to Jason, “I assumed it was to invite him to the White House for a little one-on-one. And maybe even some basketball.” Wow! Few readers got the meaning of that quip.
The President’s dummy, Jay Carney said Jason was “courageous.” Hold on! How can it be courageous to do something that results in a call from the President? And Collins got his photo on the cover of major magazines and he will headline a Democrat fundraiser this month along with Michelle. His announcement did not require courage but choice and calculation and it paid off.
However, another black sports figure, Chris Broussard, announcer for ESPN, expressed a different opinion for which he was symbolically drawn and quartered by the “tolerant” left. Chris said, “I’m a Christian. I don’t agree with homosexuality. I think it’s a sin, as I think all sex outside of marriage between a man and a woman is. If you’re openly living in unrepentant sin … that’s walking in open rebellion to God and to Jesus Christ.” All informed and honest Christians will agree with his incredibly courageous statement; however, those on the left who make decisions by their “feelings” are frothing at the mouth for Chris’ courage, commitment, and convictions. He has been reprimanded by the channel. No doubt he is on his way out. However, I think he is on his way up!
When Jason declared “I’m black. And I’m gay,” he implied that he had no choice in either; however, he chose to be homosexual. He has been called “a hero” but that might be a little hyperbolic. It used to be that a hero was someone who risked his life dragging a fellow soldier out of danger at the risk of life. Not only is the world changing, it seems words are also changing. Jason had a girlfriend for eight years then sent her to the showers or wherever dumped girlfriends are sent. Now, since he had a girlfriend, does that not prove that he is not an exclusive homosexual? Maybe there is a choice involved here.
Jason has an identical twin who is straight as an arrow, happily married and father of three. Jason and his brother have identical DNA, so, if one is “gay” both are gay! If one is straight, then both are straight. The fact is homosexuals don’t exist! But there are heterosexuals who choose a life of perversion and rebellion against God. Let me make it clear: homosexuals, as a group, do not exist but homosexuality does exist as it is a choice made by weak, warped, willful, and wicked people.
Jason will turn his “courage” into cash as he endorses the merchandise of fools. And many principled Christians will purchase the peddled goods, yawn, watch television, and cluck their tongues as they mumble about the nation going to hell in a hand basket.
Growing Up Straight, a book recommended by the National Institute of Mental Health, reveals, “Scientific consensus holds that homosexuality is very largely conditioned by the environment and childhood and most particularly by parental influence in the home.” No gay gene so no excuse.
Bearrman and Bruckner in the American Journal of Sociology concluded, “[O]ur results support the hypothesis that less gendered socialization in early childhood and preadolescence shapes subsequent same-sex romantic preferences.” The Yale/Columbia professors are saying that DNA does not determine same sex preferences. It is life experience that shapes sexual preferences.
ScienceDaily puts it even more bluntly, “[N]o major gene for homosexuality has been found despite numerous studies searching for a genetic connection.” No one is “born gay.” And we have Jason Collins to thank for proving that to all of us. No person is born homosexual but any person can choose to be.
Further proof of our unfair, unkind, and unreasonable society is the way Tim Tebow has been treated compared to abortionists, homosexuals and other assorted freaks, frauds, fools, and fakers. Tim is told that he should be silent about being a follower of Christ; however, homosexuals are praised and promoted while normal people are panned and persecuted! Recently released quarterback Tim Tebow is now the most influential athlete in sports in 2013, according to Forbes. But don’t talk about it; after all, he’s a Christian, you know.
Whenever some jerk comes out of the closet, everyone speaks of “celebrating diversity” and promoting toleration; however, no one celebrates me for being a white, pro-gun, conservative, creationist, straight Christian. What am I? Chopped liver? Why doesn’t Obama call me and praise me for taking such a courageous position? Are we to be tolerant of leftist loonies but critical of those who lean toward right? The fact that ESPN apologized for its announcer is positive proof that the main stream media are master hypocrites when they speak of diversity, fairness, and equality. They are very supportive of perverts and critical of Christians!
Because of sequestration, Obama can call me collect to congratulate me anytime.
Fact, Fraud or Faith?
by Don Boys, Ph.D.
Only an uninformed fanatic says that evolution or creation can be proved scientifically. Christians believe in creationism because we believe in the veracity of the Bible but we also have scientific evidence to support our position. In every debate I’ve had with evolutionary scientists, the arrogant, asinine accusation is made, “Well, evolution is scientific while creationism is religion.” Evolution is about as scientific as a voodoo rooster plucking ceremony in Haiti. Almost.