Should a U.S. Citizen be thrown into jail for publicly holding to a Biblical view of marriage? (Specifically a monogamous, one man one woman union in case you were wondering what that view was.)
One gay activist thinks they should be.
According to this article in the Dakota Voice, one activist, Sean Kosofsky, wants people to not only accept his view of homosexual marriage, he wants us to embrace it… by force if need be.
Also according to American Family Association of Michigan President Gary Glenn,
“The Triangle Foundation openly admits homosexual activists’ intentions, once they gain sufficient political power, to impose their radical social agenda on America by brute force, trampling cherished American values such as religious freedom, freedom of speech, academic freedom, and even freedom of the press if it stands in their way…”
Bye, bye, beloved Constitution.
The agenda of these radical homosexual groups would be to force religious clergy to bless their unisex unions, which would be a direct infringement of that clergy’s right to free speech as well as their freedom from state sponsored religion. (The state cannot legally dictate the doctrines and practices of a legitimate religious group.)
Can you imagine the NAACP having to hire a white supremacist? Or a church being forced to employ a Satanist? It would fly in the face of common sense and the personal freedoms we have in this country.
But with the radical homosexual agenda, we would all have a “fly in our face…” so-to-speak, forcing us to accept and publicly approve sexual practices that are called sin in the Bible. It violates the Christian conscience, and places us under a tyranny of the few. There are plenty of liberal “clergy” who are more than willing to bless homosexual unions. To force ALL clergy to place their blessings on a practice that Bible-believing Christians consider sinful is unconstitutional.
I just wanted to make the official biblical Christian position on this subject clear… in case I wasn’t clear before.
What would Jesus do, you ask? If you repented, he would forgive your past life of sin… and then tell you to go and sin no more. But repentance is the key.