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'Jesus is a homo' Homosexuals Disrupt Church Service Comments

Using megaphones for amplification they shouted epithets at those entering the service such as “Jesus is a homo”. They also mockingly carried an upside down pink cross. Continue Reading

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  1. Ray
    6 years ago

    Our president-elct has bigger worries than addressing some 'Bash Back' gay protest. These situations have to be addressed from the state and city level. They will be disciplined; by their own gay community they think they are supporting.

  2. Jared Lee
    6 years ago

    Jesus talked to a Summarian woman. Though we be not divine, we may follow him as we can in forgiving and accepting others, though they seem too different. Jesus would not feel any need to hurt them. I believe he would have stopped this, and stopped the violence that MIGHT HAVE, not necessarily did, happened on both sides, like in the parable of the adulterous wife. The are still humans, and still deserve the love of our church and of God. I can only imagine God's saddnes if we make homosexuals into modern lepers.

  3. Charlene Rogde
    6 years ago

    Of course the mainstream media did not cover the story. The pro abortion and gay marriage agenda was openly supported by major networks. Post election day rioting evidently is the political left's message that no opposition will be tolerated. Why has our President-Elect kept silent?

  4. Giovanni Muraca
    6 years ago

    I was disgusted upon reading this article. What is even more disturbing is the fact that this did not even make the mainstream media. How warped modern-day society's values and morals have become.

  5. Rick Foy
    6 years ago

    I get so angry when i hear about things like this. I am a christian trying to do my best to please GOD everyday, but if this happen at my church. I am sorry but I would have really hurt them.

  6. Joseph
    6 years ago

    I agree with a lot that is being said on this post, except for a couple of things. We as Christians need to take care of ourselves and do the best we can. We have created this situation ourselves by getting away from God's laws. Now we're reaping what we have sewn. We need to turn to God for guidance and understanding and try not to worry about what others do to us. That's between them and God and not between us and them so keep your head. Do go to battle just do the best you can because God will do our fighting for us, and I wouldn't want to be in the ring with him.

  7. Raymond Peringer
    6 years ago

    This mischief must be viewed from the fact that, for the most part, homosexuals are self-loathing. They also hate God for inflicting on them their grave disorder.

    Besides our prayers, this calls for understanding of their childish pranks. Of course, they must be held responsible for injury to person or damage to property.

  8. B.Williams
    6 years ago

    This is what all christians can expect in the coming new year. Our beliefs will be considered "hateful" because our faith teaches that these perversions of human sexuality go against God's plan for salvation.
    President Obama wants to do away with all "hate legistlation", which is any law against gay rights, abortion etc. Eventually "christian beliefs" will come under attack by the State.
    This display of "hate" by these delusioned souls was organized and is indicative of what's to come.
    Christianity is under attack! We must unite in prayer, because this a spiritual battle of Good versus Evil.
    God Bless us all!
    B. Williams

  9. David
    6 years ago

    Truly more evidence for the coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
    These protestors are only cursing themselves when they blaspheme and persecute God's righteous.
    Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth!

  10. gary
    6 years ago

    This is what is wrong with society. These people should have been arrested. If Catholics had stormed a gay group meeting shouting down the gays i am very sure that they would have been arrested. It is time that we stand up for what is right according to the Word of God.

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