Foolish and hypocritical Leftists are going around saying “Love is love is love is love is love is love” while expressing nothing but hatred towards Christians.
Response: Equivocation is equivocation is equivocation . . .
That is, they are cheating with their definition of “love” and pretending we oppose people loving each other. Real love is having the long-term best interests of others at heart. The Left does not offer that.
We don’t care who you love (in the proper sense of the word), we are just telling you that the one true God views homosexual sex as active rebellion against him. Don’t like it? Take it up with him. That’s not hateful to tell you that. And that isn’t what makes some gays kill themselves. The LGBXTQX lobby hates me 24×7 and I sleep well at night.
Oh, and Islam hates Jews, Christians, gays, etc. so much that they will keep trying to kill all of them if they don’t submit. Or even if they do.
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Gee, I don’t know which way to go on this one. OK, I do.
“Love does not brag and is not arrogant. Love does not act unbecomingly.” 1 Cor. 13:4,5
“And just as they did not see fit to acknowledge God any longer, God gave them over to a depraved mind, to do those things which are not proper…” Rom 1:28
They have no idea what love really means.
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I totally agree with both you and Bret. I’ve used the same passage to launch into why what is regarded as love by progressive Christians cannot be the love of which Scripture speaks.
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I’d be surprised if you got very far with that approach, Marshalart.
I’m finding the hair-trigger hatred increasingly wearying. Contradict any of their words, feelings or symbols and the claws unsheath.
If they would listen long-enough I’d like to ask them, “What happened to the fruits of the spirit, love, peace, patience…humility and fear of the Lord?”
Of course, the Bible means whatever they think it means, not what the original authors meant as they wrote under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. So “love” means whatever they choose to make it mean in the moment. Try to pin them down on a definition. Murderous eyes again.
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