Savage’s Anti-Christian Comments Don’t Pass BS Test

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Liberal columnist and homosexual rights advocate Dan Savage recently called the Bible’s teachings on homosexuality “bullsh*t,” then had the nerve to write in a blog post Sunday that his words were “being spun as an attack on Christianity. Which is bullshhh… which is untrue.”

I’ve heard Mr. Savage before, in CNN segments regarding the issue of so-called “homosexual rights” (as if homosexuals don’t have the same political freedoms as the rest of us), and I feel confident in saying he’s a jerk—pompous and loud, not to mention the obvious vulgarity.

First, his initial comment came during a conference for the Journalism Education Association and the National Scholastic Press Association. Umm, what exactly does homosexuality have to do with the profession of journalism? Oh, and this was a gathering of high school students, so I’d just like to say thanks to whomever was responsible for exposing high school kids to this clown.

After several Christian students walked out of Savage’s presentation—and congratulations to those young people for taking a stand—Savage said, “It’s funny to someone who is on the receiving end of beatings that are justified by the Bible how pansya**ed people react when you push back.” He later apologized for that remark, but not for the first one, and this entire situation just shows how classless this guy is. I’m not privy to precisely what Mr. Savage has experienced in his life, but speaking for myself, I’ve never used the Bible to “beat” anybody, only to tell others what God has said, and I’ve also discovered that it’s common practice for advocates of the homosexual movement to label any criticism of homosexuality as bigoted, homophobic hate speech, thereby demonizing anyone who dares oppose them.

I’m sure that there are some people, such as the despicable folks of the Westboro Baptist Church, who have used the Bible as a pretext for truly hateful behavior, but those people aren’t real Christians, and such behavior is not the norm for Christians. The Bible’s message, contrary to what cherry-picking critics say, is of true love, and I’m so sick of people misrepresenting God, the Bible, Christianity and Christians. Mr. Savage says the Bible’s teachings on homosexuality are BS, and I’m sure he truly feels that way, but I’m also sure his reasoning is based purely on emotion and the fact that he wants to be able to do what he wants without regard to what God thinks about it, not because there’s anything objectively right with homosexuality (there isn’t).

The fact is that advocates of the homosexual movement, by and large, don’t want to have a reason-based discussion about this issue, because they realize that they’d lose such a debate—nature and nature’s God stand in opposition to their wishes—and because they mostly don’t care about what “the other side” thinks; they care only about their desires. Thus their appeal to “love” for justification, but their idea of love is much different from the love that God is, the love that the Bible preaches—their “love,” in fact, is anything but. So what argument are they left with?

Nothing, I guess, except for calling us pansya**es and our beliefs bullsh*t.

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Men of Mud
    Apr 30, 2012 @ 17:27:31



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