It says directly in the bible that a man liking a man is wrong, so I think that he should be open minded and not lock them behind an electric fence, but try to get gays to know christ, and maybe they will change.
This pastor is basically bullying the gay community. He shouldn't judge people because he is too ignorant. He is unfair and only refers to the bible as his source of guidance. In the bible slavery is accepted and if we went against the bible to end slavery why can't we go against it to allow gays to marry. They don't have to change themselves you people just have to look at both sides of the argument. Do you really care who the hell marries who?
I think he is just saying what a lot of " religious" people think. How many people LOVE to quote the bible ( which I'm not Christian so I don't care what they quote) and say thSt sinners go to Hell and the bible says that being gay is a sin so Hell is where we are going? Unless we deny our gayness. Imagine in an alternate universe telling people that they had to deny being attracted to the opposite sex and instead had to squash those feelings and love the same sex. ThSt would feel crazy. Well that is the message gay people get from religious people.
Everyone above I would give 2 thumbs up if I could! I use that terminology in my normal speaking vocabulary, so it's not about popularity, it's about the obvious. My added thought to the above is this: They are not "BREEDERS." What makes him think they are a threat to his beliefs? He sure gives them a lot of power! And who is he to judge them? Goodness, it's just a bizarre and irrational thing to think. Everyone of sound mind body and soul have a great day! And those who aren't, try to look around and enjoy your lives too! :)
Well, obviously this man is a homophobic jerk. But the people I would like to hear from are his congregants. Are they all supportive of this hatred? Is there even one who is willing to call him out on this and take themselves out of the congregation in protest? If not, then it is as if they have all uttered those words together and signed their names to them.