Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Toledo billboards wage holy war over whether God makes people gay

First there was this one, by an affirming church in Toledo:

Via The Advocate

Nice, isn't it? A very Christian message of inclusivity and unconditional love. But it didn't sit well with the entire Christian community in Toledo, particularly with Rev. Tony Scott of the Church on Strayer. He was moved by some unknown force to respond with another billboard:

Via AdFreak

Rev. Scott has some very strong feelings about Biblical orthodoxy. He told the Toledo Blade:

"I love everyone. There's nothing on that billboard about hate. I'm getting hate mail from lesbian and gay people, but my point is that I love them too much to let someone believe a lie. I love this city too much to let a lie be sown." [...] "What the gay organizations have done is they have misused the biblical passages, according to the experts."

He then gives his own interpretation of the Genesis creation myth:

"God's definition of marriage is that he plumbed [Adam] and he plumbed [Eve] so that the two of them could procreate. Anything relationally between the sexes that does not have that potential, and that opportunity, does not come from God."

But thge real question is, "What Would Jesus Do?"

Thanks to AdFreak for the tip.

1 comment:

  1. Sorry, infertile people, God doesn't love you (according to Rev. Scott and people with similar arguments).