On Uniting Methodists: Is Scripture Authoritative?



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The Right-wing Cauci Know All This

Hatred of LGBTQ people is stoked by those seeking power and control over others for the simple reason nothing unites like hatred, and LGBTQs are very easy targets when the people you are priming to hate them think they've never met one. Then there's the other part, the idea that what people do in bed is the sum total of what they are. When those in your demographic are a bunch of total prudes who think sex is something to be done in the dark and you wash the sheets right afterward, their wildest imagination drives them into their exploiters' arms, and they empty their pockets willingly to these grifters. The whole shebang is all about fooling the gullible. This is all about power and control and those who seek it.

George Nixon Shuler 19 days ago

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   Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove "When Jesus said, 'I have come that they might have life, and have it more abundantly' in John 10:10, he wasn’t thinking about a victory for those who have used religion to fight back against the gains of the civil rights movement. Jesus was inviting all of us to work together for the vision at the heart of that movement — a beloved community where all people created in God’s image can thrive."

– Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, writing in "The Evangelical Case Against Judge Kavanaugh" in the Sept. 3 New York Times.


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