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June 21, 2006

How to kill sheep in 5 easy words

The first openly gay Episcopal bishop said at a packed church hearing Wednesday that he is "not an abomination," as he pleaded with the denomination not to bar gays from the office of bishop, even temporarily, for the sake of Anglican unity.
If Episcopalians "see Christ in the faithful lives of our gay and lesbian members," they should have the courage to say so, no matter the potential consequences, said Bishop V. Gene Robinson of New Hampshire. --From the Washington Post
Of course, the bishop is not an abomination before God, but his sin sure is. Its strange that a person elevated to such a place of influence cannot discern that simple difference. But did you see what he said: "No matter the potential consequences"!? Robinson knows full well what the "potential consequences" will be. Perhaps the stench of dying church has already reached his nostrils. With that statement alone, I'm convinced Robinson is a nothing short of a rabid wolf in bishop's robes.
You leaders of my people are like shepherds that kill and scatter the sheep. 2You were supposed to take care of my people, but instead you chased them away. So now I'll really take care of you, and believe me, you will pay for your crimes! Jeremiah 23:1,2CEV
Religious homosexuals like Robinson are guilty of the sin of presumptuousness. They presume that because God loves them, he automatically loves or accepts what they do. If what they do is called into question by scripture, then they simply wave it away with childish reinterpretations or act as if its not written in the book. Both, will invariably lead them into hell.

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