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April 7, 2010

Gay Bishop says You Ain’t seen Nothin Yet

Gene Robinson.

Via Midwest Conservative Journal, we have the homosexual Bishop, Gene Robinson, commenting on the Gay trajectory within the Church and society in general.

Perhaps the most interesting thing which happened during that question period was a short speech by Gene Robinson, Bishop of New Hampshire, who expressed dissatisfaction with both papers and stated that it was time to move beyond speaking simply of “GLBT” (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered) orientations: “there are so many other letters in the alphabet,” he said; “there are so many other sexualities to be explored.” He did not elaborate as to what those other sexualities and other letters of the alphabet might be.

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To paraphrase the blogger, the Gay Agenda (just like Leftism) is a journey, not a destination.  It moves from glory to glory, with no end in sight.

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4 Comments »

  1. What else should we expect? Where I live, a man has repeatedly tried to get a marriage license to marry his ice machine.
    Katherine Jefferts Schori is claiming one can’t get to Heaven by oneself. Not to spark the big theological controversy or anything, but that is precisely how, if one does, one gets to Heaven. We’ll all find out, of course, but joining a “church” where they have female “clergy” does not seem like a promising first step to me, to say nothing of a “church” where their “bishop” is preaching salvation by works.
    I want to leave it in Our Lord’s hands while living each day victoriously, but the bastards are grinding me down. I watched while the Seminary crowd, fresh from their student-exempt status during the Vietnam War, accomplish a soft takeover of the big Lutheran synods, against the wishes of the people filling the pews. They claimed to find in Scripture new ways of living in the world, just like the Supreme Court claimed to find in the Constitution the right of a woman to kill her fetus. In the case of the Ten Suggestions Lutherans, as the people leave or die, pretty much all they have left is to merge with the Presbyterians and the Episcopalians, and to try to fill the Sunday Schools with adopted children.

    Comment by Grant — April 7, 2010 @ 06:05

  2. Bishop Robinson’s one statement has single handedly discredited the entire gay rights movement … any hope the gay rights movement thought they had in sympathetic centrists will evaporate when this hits the media …

    oh, that’s right … his comment will never see the ‘light of day’. I guess its up to CCHQ to spread the word that Bishop Robinson said ‘Gay Rights’ is really code for making Sexual Deviance acceptable.

    Comment by paleocon — April 7, 2010 @ 09:53

  3. Grant,

    Schori is speaking a language you haven’t yet learned how to decode. She doesn’t believe in a spiritual heaven. To the likes of Schori, the only heaven that exists is the one we make on Earth. As such, it is a group endeavor. You cannot do it alone. Thus, her “religion” is an Earthly project only. It is little more than Leftism with a patina of religion (the priestly robes and “amens”). When you die, you turn to ash and dust. All that mumbo jumbo about dying and returning to your Maker in heaven is opium for the masses. Get it now?

    Comment by Jesusland — April 7, 2010 @ 10:05

  4. I expect you’re right, Jesusland.
    I am thinking of Amos (and even Hosea). Looking for Ezra and Nehemiah in our day. Before the resurrection of the body in the end times.
    As Mark twain said of Christianity, I think the same is true of American Constitutional government: seems like a really good idea, but I can’t see it’s ever been tried.

    Comment by Grant — April 7, 2010 @ 22:55


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