Well, it was surprisingly easy to dig up information on this one. All you have to do is google “God Hates” and homosexuals are practically at the top of every list. Along with plenty of pictures..
Poor little guys.. They’ve even got the kids in on it..
Great parenting there, teaching your kids the word "hate". Nice to know the future is in good hands.
A few scriptures..
After reading it again in this new perspective I finally get what is going on here. At first I thought the guys just wanted to meet them.. now I know..
There are plenty of other species that exhibit homosexuality so I'm not sure if it can quite be categorized as "abomination".
Wild orgy. It happens..
This looks like the part that says gay people are going to hell (or not going to Heaven to be more specific).I’m not even going to go into social media, countless hate crimes, not to mention all of the Chick-fil-A yada yada. At this point that would just be overkill and I think by now everyone gets it.
Yet (and I am by no means an expert any of this), based on my research so far I haven’t been able to really locate where God specifically singles out gay people as an object of his hatred. He just doesn’t like them enough to let them into Heaven. And since all Christians are going to Heaven and all Gay people to Hell, it is therefore technically impossible for a person that is Gay to be a Christian. So, if you’re a Gay Christian you might as well find something else because you’re pretty much wasting your time. God doesn’t want you. Try not to take it too hard, though. If it is any consolation I will most likely be joining you all in Hell. I’m not Gay, but from what I hear the list of things that the bible doesn’t like is pretty extensive and I’m certain to be on there somewhere so be sure to save my seat.
I don’t see what the big deal is, anyway. True, gay sex is icky (except between females that’s actually kinda hot) but I wouldn’t walk around with a giant sign telling them that they all have to go to hell. And I certainly wouldn't want anyone to commit suicide because of it. I've been told that these are but a mere few zealots, yet their voices seem to represent the masses. If they are practicing the religion incorrectly then why aren’t other Christians correcting them? They certainly don’t seem to have a problem correcting everybody else.
If the message is supposed to be unconditional love, then it should be practiced unconditionally, not love everybody except for those people over there because they’re different. I’m not going to be the one tell someone who they can and cannot love. If there really is a God that supposedly cares about people then wouldn't he/it feel the same way?