It’s about the love?

“I hope your plan(e) has the chance to crash and burn.”

Eric at giving us another fine example of tolerance (warning: link goes to pro homosexual site) and reacting to news that Family Policy Network is going to fly an airplane banner over the San Diego Pride event. What apparently pushed Eric to hypocritically hope for an aircraft accident? What else but a nice clear call to repentance and faith:

FPN President Joe Glover was quoted as saying, “Homosexuality is nothing to celebrate. It has grave consequences, both physical and spiritual.”

“The hope of all who sin, including homosexuals, is the chance to turn from sin and embrace the redemption God makes available through His Son, Jesus Christ,” he added.

Well said, Joe.  It’s not about homosexuality (alone), the message of the cross is for all who sin (no matter the sin).  As you read this, please think about that.  Is there sin you need to repent of?  Then Jesus Christ is your hope too.

Related Links:

Ron Paul on “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”

Ron Paul Says He’d Change “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”
While speaking to a group at Google, GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul expressed support for changing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” citing the number of discharged linguists.

This should not come as a shock to folks… He’s very much a libertarian and at his core believes that what you do is your business. And while that may sound good on the surface, in this case it leads to an endorsement of behavior that is undoubtly dramatically life shortening*.

What should be our response? One of true love. One that doesn’t leave someone to their own fatal desires but helps them to overcome their problem, much like we do with alcoholism now. We used to shun drunks but now we try to get them help… as we should. That is the loving response and takes out the whole debate on whether you are born that way or not.

*A Canadian study published in 1997 by Oxford University’s International Journal of Epidemiology reported that “life expectancy at age 20 years for gay and bisexual men is 8 to 20 years less than for all men. If the same pattern of mortality were to continue, we estimate that nearly half of gay and bisexual men currently aged 20 years will not reach their 65th birthday.”