Supreme Court Confirms COVID-denying Christians Are the New Sodomites

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Balderdash

The Reverend Smith is certainly entitled to his political views, but his “interpretation” of Scripture and his inexpert legal analysis of the recent Supreme Court decision on Church access simply proves why the UMC is probably the best example of an oxymoron and why we desperately need a separation. The verbal linguistics to try to read into the Sodom and Gomorrah passages an apology for homosexuality is amusing. His legal analysis of the Supreme Court case is borderline dangerous. I would imagine Rev. Smith is a big fan of the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment when argued by some group about whom he cares. In this case it was used to uphold the rights of church-going Christians, a group about which he apparently doesn’t care. If casinos, nightclubs, sports arenas are by state law allowed to have, say, 25% capacity, explain why the state imposed limitations on worship services should be stricter, say limited to 10 %? Is that your idea of a neutral law or Equal Protection? Clearly folks who choose to worship in person were being discriminated against by the unevenly worded state laws. It’s apparently okay for people to gather at casinos, or grocery stores, or nightclubs or at mass BLM protests in Seattle and other places but not go to Church to worship? So now church-going Christians (or Jews or Muslims) are Sodomites. Give me a break. Please, Sweet Jesus, let us shake the dust off our sandals and go our separate ways before we implode into nothingness.

John 18 days ago

Totally Agree

A minister experiencing a crisis of faith. Jude 1.7 doesn’t get a mention “ Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire” You can’t pick and choose the verses that suit your narrative. It’s an all in kind of faith.

Andy 11 days ago