A Church of Blasphemy

[Thanks to “Ohiochessfan” for the nooze tip]

There are certain videos I watch so that you don’t have to. It’s my job. It’s not a part of my job that I like. I wish I didn’t have to post things like this.

Here’s a Methodist church hosting a drag queen, with the pastor praising this individual and two little girls up there for what purpose, I’d rather not speculate. The pastor (if that’s what we must call him) murders scripture by asserting that Romans 12:2, “And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind,” means “Whatever new filth comes oozing down the pipe, God wants you to lap it up!”

This false teaching puts him in danger of hellfire. But he says the verse means, and I quote, “What I think today, I might have to change tomorrow.”

Yeah, Scripture’s like that, isn’t it? God just can’t make up His mind: what He says is sin today might be virtue tomorrow.

Back to Romans: “Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools” (Romans 1:22).

Mister, there’s one more change you’d better make; and you’d better make it soon.

7 comments on “A Church of Blasphemy

  1. There are a lot of things which happen around me which I don’t want to be a part of. I don’t try to prevent people from doing these things, and I will treat people with respect, even if I don’t agree with all of the things they do. But I don’t invite behaviors I don’t agree with into my life. Respecting the legal freedoms of others is one thing, but that doesn’t mean that I need to participate along with them.

    Free will is a Divine gift, and I respect that. I don’t try to keep others from exercising free will, so long as they are not harming anyone else. But that is a far cry from inviting such things into our lives.

    For some reason, there seems to be a tendency for virtue signaling, by making public demonstrations of how “accepting” they can be. It makes no sense, to me.

    1. A church is not a place you go to say any damned thing you please. The church must answer to a higher authority. This particular church’s stunt was indefensible.

  2. I could only watch two seconds of that video. That is one of the evilest things I have seen in a while.

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