Tuesday, March 22, 2011

I've been warning about this for some time: Now Vatican warns of intensifying persecution against those who oppose homosexuality

As I've warned so many times before, "..the same radical homosexual activists who continually cry for more 'tolerance' are anything but tolerant. This is a spiritual war. The homosexual movement is not a civil rights movement. It is an attempt at moral revolution. An attempt to change people's view of homosexuality.

Writing in the Chicago Free Press, even homosexual activist Paul Varnell admitted this. He wrote, 'The fundamental controverted issue about homosexuality is not discrimination, hate crimes or domestic partnerships, but the morality of homosexuality. Even if gays obtain non-discrimination laws, hate crimes law and domestic partnership benefits, those can do little to counter the underlying moral condemnation which will continue to fester beneath the law and generate hostility, fuel hate crimes, support conversion therapies, encourage gay youth suicide and inhibit the full social acceptance that is our goal. On the other hand, if we convince people that homosexuality is fully moral, then all their inclination to discriminate, engage in gay-bashing or oppose gay marriage disappears. Gay youths and adults could readily accept themselves. So the gay movement, whether we acknowledge it or not, is not a civil rights movement, not even a sexual liberation movement, but a moral revolution aimed at changing people's view of homosexuality.' (Paul Varnell, "Defending Our Morality," Chicago Free Press, Aug 16, 2000, See here).

Radical homosexual activists will not rest until they obtain societal acceptance of homosexuality.  This is a spiritual war.  Those who refuse to embrace homosexuality, lesbianism, bisexuality and transgenderism will not be tolerated.


Anonymous said...

I feel for anyone who has this terrible burden put on them. I am not homosexual, so I can't imagine what a cross it is for them to carry.

Lost in all this discussion is the fact that everyone is called to be chaste, even within marriage, and heterosexual sins against marriage and the family aren't as condemned as gay sexual acts are.

Even if you don't agree with gay "marriage" (which I do not either), gays should be protected against hate crimes and persecution. I'm not talking about the radical gay movement. I'm talking about people who want to live their lives in peace and be left alone.

There are still people out there who confuse their churches' messages and think it's OK to harass and even kill gay people for who they are. It's not. That distinction needs to be made.

Eric Levan said...

How many people do you know from your church who would actually engage in (or support) violence against homosexual persons? I don't know of any and I have never met any. The Christian message is one of loving the sinner even while hating the sin.

Far more prevalent [at least in this country] is violence perpetrated against Christians, Mormons and others by homosexual activists.

Go here:

Search the name Mary Stachowitz on Google.

Eric Levan said...


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