Just because the world needs more love. Not hate. No, we don't need that.
|Love all freebie|
N.B. the font is named Cookie Monster by Des.
Ps. I have spread some blog love here:
*Aud Sentiments: Any sentiment
*Creative Fingers: Anything goes
*Paper Crafting Journey: Bling it up
*Word Art Wednesday: they removed my entry three times. They clearly need more love.
|Gay couple digital stamp|
|Lesbian couple digital stamp|
Ps. 2. Apparently I managed to get a Christian Fundamentalist here: someone who abuses the words of the Bible from a wishful thinking to get simple, clear rules of complex moral issues. At first it amused me, but then it really infuriated me. I'm not going to sugar-coat it. I assume you were not brought up in Europe in the shadows of the Holocaust, and therefore didn't learn from an early age that prejudices against people are bad ALWAYS. Even if you didn't learn that lesson, you should at least be able to learn from the reality which you are living in today. In that kind of reality, hate crimes against LGBTQ-people take lives. Bullying takes lives.
If you are really concerned about other people's salvation, then you should really know that you could become liable to Biblicism. Biblicism can at worst become a form of idolatry, which is a serious crime against the First Commandment.
The Christians who condemn homosexuality, think they are morally superior and therefore within their right to impose their morals on other people. Reality check: they are not. They condemn a group of people, based on certain Greek and Hebrew words, which they do not even understand. Most likely they follow a translation of the Bible, which hasn’t taken into account recent (i.e. less than 150 years ago) discoveries of Greek text materials (including papyri and inscriptions) that shed new light on Greek vocabulary. How can it be just and Christian to condemn a group of people, based on words like malakos and arsenokoites/arsenokoitai (which can’t even been found in the Greek translation Septuaginta of the Bible, 300 BCE)? It can't be justified.
Hate can never be justified. God was not hateful. God's love was for everyone.
~Well, that is if you believe in that sort of thing.