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May 3, 2012


Why Jesus Must Be Gay

Activists seeking to normalize homosexual behavior in the church argue that it is unfair that married heterosexual couples are able to be “fulfilled” sexually while homosexual people are not. The underlying assertion is that having sex is an inherent part of being fully human - that without an avenue for sexual activity a person is less a person. The greatest obstacle to this argument is Jesus of Nazareth - the perfect human being who was fully man, complete and whole and yet never had sex.

This obstacle is what lies behind the revisionist activist attempts to turn Jesus into John’s lover or Mary Magdalen’s husband. Jesus must be either fully human or completely celibate. He cannot be both.


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This tendency of the left is beginning to wear on the nerves.  It seems as if they have elevated sexual activity to the level of a necessary life function such as the need for air and water.  Under this theory, every person who chooses or must abstain is less of a person.

[1] Posted by Jackie on 5-3-2012 at 08:39 AM · [top]

A profound observation.  Jesus remains sinless, if he omitted our favorite sin.

“Jesus drank wine in the bible!” the alcoholic shouts to his wife, again.

[2] Posted by Marty the Baptist on 5-3-2012 at 08:46 AM · [top]

committed, not omitted.

[3] Posted by Marty the Baptist on 5-3-2012 at 08:47 AM · [top]

George Weigel wrote an excellent piece related to this a couple of months back over at the National Review.

Some juicy excerpts:

What began as a movement to liberate sexuality from the constraints of moral reason, custom, and law has become a movement determined to use the instruments of law to impose its deconstruction of human sexuality and its moral relativism on all of society….It’s all about Leviathan as enforcer of the sexual revolution.

This fierce determination to use Leviathan to make sure that that Dutch INGO delegate’s libidinous desires are requited might be tolerable if its effects were confined to those who want to, well, you know: whoever, whenever, however. But they are not. The sexual revolution distorts everything that gets in its way; and in due course, it will persecute anything that gets in its way.

Liberal activists in the Church are fighting the same battle and they too will distort anything that gets in their way, and persecute anything or anyone that gets in their way.

[4] Posted by jamesw on 5-3-2012 at 10:34 AM · [top]

Darn slippery slope…

LGBT is just the beginning…and it’s more like a cliff than a slope.

To assert that Jesus was gay is way over the top.  There isn’t anything sacred to this crowd…well except for their wicked agenda.

But BE OF GOOD CHEER!  CHRIST DIED FOR OUR SINS AND WAS RAISED FROM THE DEAD!  We will be with God for all eternity.

[5] Posted by B. Hunter on 5-3-2012 at 02:48 PM · [top]

“To assert that Jesus was gay is way over the top.”

It’s actually way under the bottom, but nothing new. There are professors of queer theology in seminaries, books written on the topic. Even a queer Bible commentary.

Merely manifestations of the continued presence of the devil in this world.

[6] Posted by Ralph on 5-3-2012 at 03:32 PM · [top]

The initiatives to manipulate Christology to match one’s humanity is both horrible and a very common thing!

[7] Posted by BravoZulu on 5-4-2012 at 05:50 PM · [top]

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