Tag Archives: homosexuality

Couple can’t adopt because they’re Christian?

Christian persecution! Christian persecution! Or is it? At first glance of the headlines one may think so, but them getting denied is not specifically because they’re Christian. Plenty of Christian couples are allowed to adopt children in Alberta, I’d wager. … Continue reading

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Georgia teen recorded his family’s “pray the gay away” attempts

This is a hard video to listen to and the comments below it are awful and kind of sad. I quote one: The kid is so disrespectful almost to the point where it is more vile than the parents’ actions. … Continue reading

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Is there anything the fundy Westboro Baptist people won’t do?

Apparently they don’t know the difference between life and acting. The Daily Mail reports they plan to picket Robin William’s funeral because he once portrayed a gay man in The Birdcage. Good movie. organisers at the global non-profit organisation Planting … Continue reading

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First off, don’t equate gay marriage with tsunamis

I’ve never heard of John Stonestreet but he has an article up on Christianheadlines.com to advertise his new book titled Same-Sex Marriage: A Thoughtful Approach to God’s Design for Marriage. Like a tsunami, so-called gay marriage has swept aside just … Continue reading

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Your dead child is gay? We won’t do his funeral.

A Baptist church in Tampa, Florida cancelled funeral arrangements for 42 year old Julion Evans after the obituary listed a surviving husband. His mother, Julie Atwood, was floored by the news; the funeral was to be the next day. Atwood … Continue reading

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Proof Harry Potter books are good for children

The Harry Potter series wound up being such a divisive force in the world when it was published and still makes headlines today. It’s been lauded as fantastic literature and condemned for promotion of magical thinking — at least in … Continue reading

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Homophobe/homophone — or, why literacy is really important

Too funny. Sad for the guy who got fired, but funny for why. Homophones, as any English grammarian can tell you, are words that sound the same but have different meanings and often different spellings — such as be and … Continue reading

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