It has been said that for evil men to accomplish their purpose it is only necessary that good men should do nothing. – Reverend Charles F. Aked, October 1916
Evil demands ‘tolerance’ in order to seduce us into inviting evil into our homes, businesses, governments and churches. Evil accuses Christians and Jews of intolerance, bigotry, homophobia, etc., employing political correctness against us, knowing those among us who don’t know history, don’t know their Bible will yield just to be ‘fair’ and avoid being called names. No one wants to be called names. Yeah, tolerance. Look where it got Adam and Eve.
Mayor Annise Parker won the office of mayor of Houston very narrowly. This after “anti-gay” groups, including pastors of prominent churches, campaigned against the election of a homosexual activist to the city’s highest office. I think I see the problem. Our people were “anti-gay”. They should have been “pro-righteousness”, “pro-God”.
Houston has long been a hot bed of homosexuality, as are Dallas, San Antonio and Austin.
Houstonians, ignorant of the peril of homosexual activists on city council, now face an ordinance proposed by their mayor. It’s appropriately titled the “Sexual Predator Protection Act”. This ordinance, if enacted, would empower rapists to have free reign over the women of their choice by LEGALLY allowing men dressed as women to enter and use women’s restrooms.
Over in San Antonio, radical leftist mayor Julian Castro led the charge to pass an ordinance that gave homosexuals superior status and unprecedented exclusive rights. Instead of the major area churches standing against the ordinance, they caved in, including Pastor John Hagee, a man I have long admired. I hope he learned the error of his way.
Am I ‘homophobic’? Do you ask, do I fear homosexuals? Not in the least. I fear the Christians-in-name-only. I fear the spineless church and synagogue leaders who preferred to accommodate evil instead of educating their congregations.
Noted author and academic Camille Paglia is an enigmatic lesbian-libertarian-Democrat, a homosexual activist, who has written extensively on the subject of “gay rights”. Herewith some of her statements:
“The gay activist establishment has been stupid and narrow in the way it has conducted its civil rights campaign… There is no gay leader remotely near the stature of Martin Luther King, because black activism has drawn on the profound spiritual traditions of the church, to which gay political rhetoric is childishly hostile. Shrilly self-interested and doctrinaire, gay activism is completely lacking in philosophical perspective. Its sorrow became the only sorrow, its disease the only disease.”
“Homosexuality is not ‘normal.’ On the contrary, it is a challenge to the norm; therein rests its eternally revolutionary character Queer theorists – that wizened crew of flimflamming free-loaders – have tried to take the post structuralist tack of claiming that there is no norm, since everything is relative and contingent. This is the kind of silly bind that word-obsessed people get into when they are deaf, dumb, and blind to the outside world. Nature exists, whether academics like it or not. And in nature, procreation is the single, relentless rule. That is the norm. Our sexual bodies were designed for reproduction. Penis fits vagina; no fancy linguistic game-playing can change that biologic fact.”
“I was the only openly gay person at the Yale Graduate School (1968-1972), a candor that was professionally costly. That anyone with my aggressive and scandalous history could be called ‘homophobic,’ as has repeatedly been done, shows just how insanely Stalinist gay activism has become.”
Camille Paglia is a lesbian who does not deny the natural function of human sexuality. She participates in homosexuality with this knowledge, making no pretense otherwise.
Devout card-carrying Christians and Jews agree to the evils of homosexuality. Therein lies the problem: Houston Christians and Jews lack devotion to nature and nature’s God. Church and Synagogue attendance have become merely social operations, failing their primary duty to instruct the people in righteousness.
The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding. – Proverbs 9:10 NIV
Perhaps pastors and rabbis would consider teaching the ancient Hebrew wisdom given us through the Bible, instead of teaching social platitudes.