Texas is currently being battered with thunderstorms. But they need the rain as the state has been under severe drought conditions for sometime now.
But a different storm –a manufactured one– moved into North Texas a few weeks ago, which —like it has done in other places— has battered peoples spiritual sensitivities.
Its actually an old and patently ridiculous gay christian traveling billboard lie that’s been completely debunked. But since homosexuals have loads of expendable income, they use it to foist their lies upon their neighbors.
CBS 11 in Dallas carried the story of a group of gay churches putting up the billboard along North Texas interstates.
There are four billboards with similar pro-gay messages along I-30 that have started a debate among Christians in North Texas.
Rev. Jon Haack, with Promise Metropolitan Community Church, said, “If we go back to the gospel readings, we don’t find anything within those texts that discriminate or exclude against gay and lesbian people. Gay and lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender people are part of God’s creation too.”
Rev. Haack is with one of five local churches sponsoring the billboards that advocate gay acceptance by all Christians.
One billboard reads, “The early church welcomed a gay man.” Another one reads, “Jesus affirmed a gay couple.”
The gay pastor goes on to say he received the obligatory “God hates homosexuals” emails. Such things make such good fodder for stoking the persecution complex.
Boards like this will always reach to elicit and awake the shock value folks. People who aren’t aware they are being baited by the gay christian crowd for effect…and news reports.
But to the content of the erroneous billboards.
We’ve refuted each of the lies more than once.
The billboards originated in Indianapolis when an MCC church got the big idea that since most folk werent paying attention to their religious gibberish, an in-your-face billboard campaign would get some attention. Thus, the show was on.
At the heart of the campaign is an intent to normalize, desensitize and approximate homosexuality. What God has branded as an abomination is being given a makeover. A spiritual nose job, some social tummy tucks, lots of makeup and some activist hair implants.
And now, they say its a beautiful thing. But is it? A pig is still a pig even if you drench it in Imperial Majesty (sells at 215k per bottle) and adorn it with White Sea south pearls (Mikimoto $1 million). In fact, once the pig is released, it would head straight for the nearest mud and slop hole and jump in pearls, perfume and all.
Likewise, you can dress up a lie as pretty as you like, pay millions of dollars to erect it on billboards all over America and when you finish, its still a basic lie.