UCC gay church ad all about division

Do we need a gay church ad on major television network? Hardly.

Some people have bristled that certain networks would dare to tell a religious organization they would not accept an ad showing inclusivity and diversity. In case you havent discovered, inclusivity and diversity are the showcase morals that folks from the religious left are attempting to splash paint onto the American ethical landscape.

I’ve said before and will say again quite bluntly that what we are seeing and hearing from the left about inclusivity and diversity(gayversity) have nothing to do with the true definitions of words. Rather, they are shallow tongue-in-cheek code words for homosexual acceptance.

Here are my observations on the ad after I viewed it online:

1. The United Church of Christ does not simply welcome homosexuals, it actively teaches that homosexuality is not a sin.

2. The UCC has been co-opted by spiritually violent homosexuals who care little about the integrity of Christ’s church. Rather the church to them is simply a vehicle to launch an assault on anyone who will not accept their lifestyle.

3.The ad attempts to use benign words infused with highly contradictory meanings against traditional church teaching. Words such as “tolerance” and “inclusion” have ulterior meanings when deployed by gays in the UCC.

4. There is not a real church anywhere in America that has someone standing at the door checking anyone for possible exclusion from the church, so the ad is a lie. Homosexuals are in every church with a door on the front of it, so what’s the problem? The problem is they just don’t want to be welcomed, they want CONTROL. Just like they did in Sodom.

5. Too bad all the networks didn’t reject it.

That’s why churches must organize and support redemptive ministries. When people believe that being gay is the only choice they have or that there is no choice in sexuality, they begin to demand concessions based on a totally false premise.

The United Church of Christ has long since left (no pun intended) the true teachings of the Christian faith. Were it not for the financial support of the fixed wing gay lobby of the church, it most likely would have died out, hence its intensely rabid demands for gay “inclusion”.


Joining the fray by lobbing accusations at just about anybody who doesn’t live, work and own a dog in San Francisco’s Castro, is Rev Yvette Flunder. Among the accused are the obvious targets: President Bush and the ghost group all liberals love to hate, the “religious right.” Flunder, by the way, is a up and coming African American lesbian surrogate for the UCC. They have been praying for someone like her to come along.

Flunder’s article “Conquering fear in our church” has left strapped liberals in the UCC giddy with joy. Our church? Does she mean the United Church of Christ? In the article Flunder opines presumably to the selective-parts-of-the-Bible crowd:

“What does the real Christianity do? It feeds the hungry, clothes the naked, shelters the homeless and comforts the afflicted. It loves them that hate you.”

What Bishop Flunder fails to mention however is that there will be cartloads of people who have done good works here on earth and stand before Jesus only to hear that they have done them without his authorization. Read it for yourself.

Matthew 7:21-23

21Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. 22Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? 23And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

This is like stealing someone’s American Express Goldcard and going on a shopping spree for the poor and oppressed. Once the owner (or the police) catches you, I’m pretty sure you’re going to jail. In the same way, folks like Flunder use a social justice guilt trip to dupe people into signing on to their spiritual illegalities in the name of Christ. But once he catches them…

Who are they trying to fool? This ad wasn’t really about inclusion, it was about division and deception.