Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Response to claim that Christians can love gay people but not support homosexuality

People certainly have a right to say what they believe; but you cannot say you "do not support homosexuality" and that you love gay people because, in fact, the first statement negates the second one insofar as it does not support a part of gay people's humanity, and therefore denies that person love. Christians who are not gay need to realize that a person can be straight, love gay people in all of their humanity, including their sexuality, and still be Christian.

In fact, to not support an element of other people's expression of love is, in fact, to deny them a part of their humanity and to not live as Jesus did which, in my mind, is to not be a Christian.

No comments:

Post a Comment