Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng is Painting Me as A Bigot


At Malaysia Chronicle, which has plenty of discussion in the comments.

(Follow up letter can be found at True Christians Support Neither Homosexuality nor Hatred.)

Some of them prove my point that simply for not accepting homosexuality as God-ordained, I am automatically labeled a bigot. At least one (Asur) was confused by my Ann Coulter-style not-clearly-marked sarcasm. And wits0 has been quite active there.

Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng

Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng

Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng

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Only after completing the letter did I realize that (as mentioned above) it echoes Ann Coulter’s style of alternating between sarcastic mocking and serious genuflection without clear markings.

Also, the closing two paragraphs recalls what she said at CPAC 2011’s Q & A session:

I was always friend of the gays… Then liberals come with this idea no one’s thought of for a thousand years – gay marriage. And I go to sleep one night being friend of the gays, I wake up the next day [a] homophobe! No! You can’t do that – you just made up this gay marriage thing.

And the closing two paragraphs also recalls a previous post of mine, Who Is Hijacking Whose Christianity?, and a letter to Malaysiakini by Steve Oh where he says:

It is one thing to be gay, as it is a fundamental right to be whatever people choose to be, but it is another matter to misrepresent Christianity.

Finally, see also Bible Passages That Oppose Homosexuality – Including the Words of Jesus and God Himself which is short-linked in the letter itself.

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Original full text of my letter as follows, with added links to the Bible passages::

Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng is painting me as a bigot

I respect that from a humanistic point of view, homosexuals cannot be told who to romantically or erotically love. I also adhere to the Christian point of view all humanity is to be loved with a pure, innocent, godly and selfless love, regardless of their personal actions or philosophies.

However, I wish to point out the elephant in the room when it comes to Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng’s declared intention to hold a homosexual marriage ceremony in Malaysia, as well as his first starting up a ‘gay-friendly church’ in Malaysia back in 2007.

In saying that his church is accepting of homosexuality, that homosexuality is moral and acceptable within Christianity, that homosexual marriage under Christianity is correct, that he will pray for those who oppose his ideas…

He is openly implying that EVERY OTHER CHRISTIAN AND CHURCH that does not hold his view IS WRONG.

Anglicans, Baptists, Brethrens, Evangelicals, Methodists, Roman Catholics, independents… Let it be known that all 2 million of you in Malaysia are COMPLETELY WRONG about the Christian faith you claim to practice, and are bigots to boot!

A denomination does not believe homosexuality is permitted in the Bible? It is wrong in interpreting the Holy Scriptures, especially the multitude of passages (http://alturl.com/pn7a4) which seem to grievously condemn homosexuality (but really don’t – psych!).

A Christian does not believe that their religion condones homosexuality? He or she must be a bigot, homophobic, hateful, intolerant, closed-minded, discriminatory, backwards, unjust, and even un-Christian.

A church refuses to recognize homosexual marriage? It should replace its SINFUL HATE with the love that Jesus commanded! Where is the love, people???

(Never mind that Jesus had the perfect chance to overturn ‘prejudiced’ Old Testament mindsets about relationships, sexuality and marriage by phrasing Matthew 19 and Mark 10 as: “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife OR HUSBAND, and the two will become one flesh” – yet didn’t!)

Basically, Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng has appeared out of the blue with teachings and controversial announcements that are jarringly out of sync with the beliefs of mainstream Christianity – yet somehow EVERYONE ELSE is now the villain and destroyer of the peace!

My stand remains the same as it has always been: People should be free to do what they want as long as they do not infringe on others.

Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng’s loudly declaring his intention to hold a ‘Christian’ wedding reception is roughly and antagonistically infringing on every other Christian and church that does not agree with his views.

I personally believe homosexuals should be free to live the lifestyles they choose – but please don’t attempt to subvert and hijack 2000 years of Christianity and clear Biblical instructions and publicly paint ME as the transgressor here.

We 2 million ‘others’ in Malaysia DO love and accept homosexuals as persons. We just cannot accept that simply because we believe God’s original, perfect intention (Genesis 1:27 and 2:24) does not include homosexuality, we are suddenly no longer true Christians but instead hate-filled bigots.

SCOTT THONG YU YUEN


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38 Responses to “Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng is Painting Me as A Bigot”

  1. J Says:

    You have stated every point with concise precision! And indeed, there cannot be TWO Holy Spirits – only ONE… so if He teaches the same unchanging truth without interruption for twenty centuries, and someone else preaches ‘ a different Gospel’, as Paul said, then we can quite effectively determine who is in error.
    Keep up the great work!

  2. wits0 Says:

    “And wits0 has been quite active there.”

    Hehehe….

    Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng is an aggravating pit of bunk. His selfishness runneth over indeed! Maybe it’s a result of the “Global Warming” phenomenon.

  3. Ron Says:

    Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng’s loudly declaring his intention to hold a ‘Christian’ wedding reception is roughly and antagonistically infringing on every other Christian and church that does not agree with his views.

    I’m curious: just how exactly does it infringe upon your rights(tm)? Are you required to attend the ceremonies? Will you be quartered with the honeymooners?

  4. wits0 Says:

    Ron, are you sure you’re just curious? You know nothing about the social and political situation in M’sia,

    One way in which this jerko Rev means to Christians here is at least that he plays into the UMNO islamists’ long intention to brow beat Christianity here as inferior and now, immoral. Christians are their main adversary in their hidden “jihad”. Get it?

  5. Ron Says:

    The question wasn’t: How does Islam suppress the rights of Christians in Malaysia?

    It was: How does a gay-friendly denomination officiating a same-sex marriage impinge upon the rights of other Christian denominations?

  6. Jamie Says:

    The question wasn’t: How does Islam suppress the rights of Christians in Malaysia?

    It was: How does a gay-friendly denomination officiating a same-sex marriage impinge upon the rights of other Christian denominations?

    Ans: By giving Islam more excuses to suppress the rights of Christians (in or out of Malaysia)

  7. Scott Thong Says:

    Case in point, what Sinar Harian is rabble rousing.

  8. wits0 Says:

    Jamie:
    “Ans: By giving Islam more excuses to suppress the rights of Christians (in or out of Malaysia)”

    Glory be, hopefully Ron can understand things when delivered this straight. I can’t be sure he can.

  9. Ron Says:

    So as suspected, Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng is being thrown under the bus simply because other Christian denominations don’t want to stand up to Islamic tyranny. Oh Ye of little faith. Have you not read the words of the preacher?

    Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken. (Ecclesiastes 4:12)

    Why don’t you join forces with one another and your Buddhist and Hindu brethren?

  10. wits0 Says:

    The chosen illogic and perversion of Ron is his ALMIGHTY/

    QED.

  11. Scott Thong Says:

    Why don’t you join forces with one another and your Buddhist and Hindu brethren? – Ron

    Just some Malaysian history for when we did:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/May_13_race_riots
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Lalang
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Bersih_rally#Police.27s_response
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bersih_2.0_rally#Pre-rally_arrests_and_raids

    Really, your Bush-Cheney and Club Holiday Gitmo and white police brutality experts are amateurs.

  12. wits0 Says:

    “Really, your Bush-Cheney and Club Holiday Gitmo and white police brutality experts are amateurs.”

    Yes, t’was so, but Ron, is he capable of believing anything that differs from his own selected (narrow) mindset? I surely doubt.

  13. wits0 Says:

    Hence, this Rev Ouch is not merely just inopportune with his lascivious big-os demands, he is also selfishly irresponsible. And he calls Scott a bigot! Sure, because his big-os itch is uber alles.

  14. Catholic Beno Says:

    I write in support and blessing for the marriage of Ouyang WenFeng and his partner Phineas.

    Just as once upon a time when many men felt that women should be kept like properties at their whim, that women should not vote or participate in public life because they were deemed lesser than men; or when people were once stereotyped into various racial classes and those who were inferior in that class were treated as lesser humans; the challenge today is to extend that abhorrence we feel towards racism and sexism to that of the immorality of heterosexism and homophobia.

    The calling from all our major faith tradition demands and challenges us to accord each human person the inherent dignity of being an equal member of the human family, what some of us within the Abrahamic traditions would call ‘a child of God’.

    A person is endowed with inalienable human rights, with that, the acknowledgement of the undeniable need of every person the basic right to share love and be loved.

    With so much cruel and unkindly rage that has been directed towards Rev Ouyang and his partner from some quarters of our Malaysian community, the time is now for people of goodwill to rise up and challenge the sins and evils of heterosexism and homophobia; whether we do or do not yet understand the complexity of our human sexuality, we have lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex sisters and brothers as our family members, colleagues, friends, known or unknown to us.

    As heterosexism and homophobia present its ugly face before us, it is a crucial opportunity for our community here to no longer be indifferent to the plight of these sisters and brothers of ours, often humiliated and abused by our silence.

    Now is our opportunity to make the leap from hate to love, from ignorance to understanding, from silence and silencing to listening and celebrating their stories, our stories; it is a crucial and sacred pilgrimage we have to make for ourselves as Malaysians and as people of faith to say that the violence of heterosexism and homophobia must depart and no longer be part of our ways.

    I am reminded by an Islamic scholar friend that marriage is differently experienced by different traditions, cultures, communities and individuals.

    What used to be an exchange or handing over of property from a father to a prospective other privileged-male for their spreading of ‘seeds’, with an exchange of valuable currency we now symbolically name as ‘dowry’ is thank goodness no longer a real practice or belief.

    There are historical notions that comes with marriage, if taken seriously would not have anyone come an inch close to it.

    When we celebrate someone’s marriage, we celebrate how they love each other above all other additional good or bad ‘fruits’ that marriage can bring.

    Marriage equality for same sex couples are a natural progression in the face of our ongoing challenge against violent patriarchy and sinful heterosexism and homophobia that has cause so much grief to so many of our fellow human family.

    As the Christian theologian Fr James Alison puts it wonderfully, homosexuality is a “non-pathological minority variant of the human condition”, in my thinking, a community that is just and compassionate can be easily identified in the manner by which it cares for its vulnerable minorities, and our sacred faith traditions calls us to see the living Divine in the individual faces of these sisters and brothers of ours, often sadly mutilated- spiritually, psychologically, socially and sadly physically by our bigoted homophobic and heterosexist ways.

    I recall the late Cardinal Basil Hume, Archbishop of Westminster who said in a pastoral letter that: “To love another is in fact to reach out to God who shares his lovableness with the one we love. To be loved is to receive a sign, or a share, of God’s unconditional love. To love another is to have entered the area of the richest human experience, whether that love is between persons of the same sex or of a different sex.”

    With that let us think of those families, friends, colleagues, classmates who live in constant fear because of our society’s bigotry through homophobia and heterosexism.

    Think of that vulnerable young person who is constantly shamed and humiliated because he can’t be anything but himself, just ‘different’ (aren’t we all?); think of a closeted friend who is suffering because they are forced into the situation of an arbituary heterosexual marriage; think of a young person with deep psychological trauma contemplating self harm because of internalised and expressed homophobia and heterosexism directed towards them at home, in their community of worship, their place of learning, or their workplace.

    All of these sisters and brothers of ours are forced to live a life of fear and shame because of our persistent ignorance, silent cruelty and disgraceful sense of entitlement.

    One can only be so fortunate to witness a great sign of hope in our lifetime, and there are far and few between.

    Within this context, as a fellow brother in this Malaysian part of the human family, I can only bless and give thanks for this great sign of hope and love, manifested in the form of the marriage of Ouyang WenFeng and Phineas, and that of Thomas and Apple in Batu Pahat.

    I pray for the coming of a day when I will witness our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex children, family, friends and colleagues proudly lift high their heads because we have finally come to realisation that their love is just as beautiful if not more; and that their courageous love and compassion that have overcome awful challenges and struggles most of us would never encounter let alone able to comprehend, will be finally be honoured and celebrated, love that is truly- sacred.

  15. Ron Says:

    ^^
    Nice to read comments from more open-minded Christians.

  16. Ron Says:

    And he calls Scott a bigot. ~ wits0

    I don’t see any links to support that assertion in the post.

  17. Ron Says:

    Just some Malaysian history for when we did:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/May_13_race_riots ~Scott

    From the wiki:

    On 12 May, thousands of Chinese marched through Kuala Lumpur, parading through predominantly Malay areas, hurling insults which led to the incident. The largely Chinese opposition Democratic Action Party and Gerakan gained in the elections, and secured a police permit for a victory parade through a fixed route in Kuala Lumpur. However, the rowdy procession deviated from its route and headed through the Malay district of Kampung Baru, jeering at the inhabitants. Some demonstrators carried brooms, later alleged to symbolise the sweeping out of the Malays from Kuala Lumpur, while others chanted slogans about the “sinking” of the Alliance boat — the coalition’s logo.

    Not exactly the best way to bring people onside, is it? Perhaps this book might be of benefit.

  18. Scott Thong Says:

    Alas! Tis true! They learn’d as fools do from the libs (as per my collection that I’m sure you’re familiar with by now).

  19. Scott Thong Says:

    Eh, Catholic Beno, isn’t this straight from http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/173697 ? Or are you really the same Catholic Beno of that letter?

    I’ll put it this way, none of the comments at either of my Malaysia Chronicle letters even tries to argue against my assertion that Christianity does not condone homosexuality.

    Call Christians bigots and the Bible a fraud, but I seriously doubt anyone can offer a good argument that the Bible as it exists condones homosexuality.

  20. wits0 Says:

    The Catholic Beno’s piece resembles a carousel ride.

    It hasn’t managed to advance the big-oses demand to be instituted into any sort of open social acceptance, because it is not such a great need. Certainly nothing like the emancipation of women, e.g. Rather, it’s just a selfish itch.

  21. Ron Says:

    Call Christians bigots and the Bible a fraud, but I seriously doubt anyone can offer a good argument that the Bible as it exists condones homosexuality.

    The Bible also condemns eating shellfish, getting tattoos, seeking mediums, shaving your beard, wearing mixed fabrics, planting mixed crops, mating different kinds of animals, mistreating foreigners, and withholding a worker’s wages overnight. Over and over Jesus admonishes his followers to eschew material wealth and give to the needy. In fact he outright says that love of money is an abomination to God.

    But you won’t find Christians (not even WBC) picketing in front of Red Lobster church , barbershops, and tattoo parlors, or firing off angry LTEs denouncing the appearance of horoscopes in their daily newspaper. As for riches and material possessions, the religious right worships at the alter of wealth and has made money its new god.

  22. wits0 Says:

    Pope Ron declares that his flock must live by the every letter of the word! That being more important than the spirit of things, anything.

  23. Ron Says:

    The spirit of things is “love your neighbor as yourself.”

  24. wits0 Says:

    Jesus was the New Wine that could not go with old wine bags. And the Mosaic Laws cannot stand for their severity. Leviticus predates even Moses, most likely.

  25. Ron Says:

    “Love your neighbor as yourself” comes from Lev. 19:18, so Jesus is regurgitating OT Law.

  26. Ron Says:

  27. wits0 Says:

    “so Jesus is regurgitating OT Law.” – Ron

    Should he have thrown the baby out with the bath water?

  28. Ron Says:

    No. Jesus wanted people to treat each other with dignity and respect (the baby) rather than religiously following a myriad of inflexible rules, regulations, and rituals (the bathwater) which impede that goal.

    Christ taught forgiveness and acceptance, whereas modern evangelicals heap scorn and condemnation.

  29. Scott Thong Says:

    But is it most churches and Christians who are like that? Or just the ones you usually read and hear about?

  30. wits0 Says:

    Nope, Ron misdirected my meaning of the baby and bath water analogy to suit his purpose.

    IT is clear enough that I referred to Jesus retention of what was in the OT that was worthy and the rejection of what was not, like the Mosaic Law’s, “Eye for an eye”, e.g. Not everything in the OT is binding but many things there accord with the Golden Rule of Man and that’s the baby.

  31. Ron Says:

    Jesus makes it crystal clear what Mosaic laws should be kept in Matthew 19:16-21, Mark 10:17-21, Mark 12:28-34, and Luke 18:18-22.

    “An eye for an eye” comes from the Code of Hammurabi which predates the Hebrew Law.

  32. Ron Says:

    But is it most churches and Christians who are like that? Or just the ones you usually read and hear about?

    Well, here is the Southern Baptist Cononvention’s Resolution On Homosexuality

    WHEREAS, There is a concerted effort by some to pass public ordinances which, under the deceptive guise of human rights, has the effect of giving public approval to the homosexual lifestyle; and

    WHEREAS, There is an effort to have homosexuals identified as a minority, thereby attempting to gain affirmative action protection and preference for hiring.

    Be it therefore RESOLVED, That we, the messengers of the Southern Baptist Convention meeting in Dallas, June 11-13, 1985, deplore the proliferation of all homosexual practices, and reaffirm the biblical position of Southern Baptists that all such practices are sin and are condemned by the Bible; and

    Be it further RESOLVED, That we, oppose the identification of homosexuality as a minority with attendant benefits or advantages; and

    Be it finally RESOLVED, That we affirm that while the Bible condemns such practice as sin, it also teaches forgiveness and transformation, upon repentance, through Jesus Christ our Lord.

    Note: The SBC represents over 45,000 congregations and 16 million members. It is affiliated with the Baptist World Alliance, which includes the American Baptist Convention (ABC), the Malaysia Baptist Convention (MBC), and the Singapore Baptist Convention (SBC). (More on that in a moment)

    But if that isn’t hardcore enough you can join the Independent Fundamentalist Baptist churches whose main tenets usually include most (if not all) of the following:

    – strict teaching from the King James Bible only (all other translations are considered corrupt/heretical)

    – women are not allowed to preach, teach, wear pants, or hold a job. They are instructed to submit to their husbands and raise families (i.e., kept barefoot, pregnant and in the kitchen)

    – condemnation of all pop culture including: secular music, Christian Contemporary Music (CCM), Praise and Worship music, Gospel music, movies, plays, TV, books (including many Christian authors), comics, magazines, video games, on-line gaming, social networking (IRC, Facebook, etc.), blogs (like this one), and Internet surfing in general (there’s just too much pr0n, decadence, satanism, and homosexual recruitment waiting to lure impressionable young minds into eternal damnation).

    – disassociation and condemnation of all ecumenical organizations (like the previously mentioned SBC, WBA, WEA), charismatic movements, conservative evangelicals, new evangelicals, etc.

    – condemnation of almost all televangelists (Franklin Graham, Pat Robertson, etc), faith healers (Hinn, Popoff) and independent preachers like Ray Comfort and his sidekick Kirk Cameron (who are considered a whore-mongers and heretics)

    – encourages home-schooling curriculum through a biblical filter, i.e., Creationism (no EVILution), and chastity (abstinence before marriage)

    I can state without hesitation that in most (if not all) of these churches you would be considered an apostate and a heretic. (based on your blog content and doctrinal positions.)

  33. Ron Says:

    BTW, there’s still time to book a flight to Southern Decadence 2011 in New Orleans.

  34. wits0 Says:

    “An eye for an eye” comes from the Code of Hammurabi…”

    Isn’t it also in the Torah? Want a world of blind people? Don’t we have enough of duch already, with and without religion?

  35. Ron Says:

    Isn’t it also in the Torah?

    “An eye for an eye” comes from the Code of Hammurabi which predates the Hebrew Law.

    F*cking Reading Comprehension — How Does It Work?

  36. Ron Says:

    Generations at Odds: The Millennial Generation and the Future of Gay and Lesbian Rights

    More than 6-in-10 (62%) Millennials favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry, 69% favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to adopt children, 71% favor civil unions, and 79% favor employment discrimination protections for gay and lesbian people.

    Among seniors, only about 1-in-3 favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry (31%) or favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to adopt children (36%). A majority of seniors favor civil unions (51%) and employment discrimination protections for gay and lesbian people (58%), but support lags significantly behind Millennials and the general population.

    The generation gap in support for same-sex marriage is striking and persists even among conservative political and religious groups.

    – Nearly half (49%) of Republican Millennials favor allowing gay and lesbian people to marry, compared to only 19% of Republican seniors and less than one-third (31%) of all Republicans.

    – Forty-four percent of white evangelical Millennials favor allowing gay and lesbian people to marry, compared to only 12% of evangelical seniors and 19% of evangelicals overall.

    Public support for allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry has increased significantly over the last 5 years.

    – Many polling organizations have recorded double-digit increases in support for same-sex marriage since 2006. In 2011, for the first time, multiple surveys from different organizations (including Gallup, ABC/Washington Post, CNN and Public Religion Research Institute) found a majority of the public favored same-sex marriage.

    – In PRRI’s current July survey, views about same-sex marriage are evenly divided; 47% of Americans favor it and 47% oppose it.

    There is also a strong net positive self-reported increase in support for same-sex marriage among the general population, and most Americans currently say supporting same-sex marriage is the more socially acceptable position to hold.

    – Among Americans who say their views have shifted over the last five years, more than twice as many say their current opinion about the legality of same-sex marriage has become more supportive than more opposed (19% and 9% respectively).

    – Consistent with this sea change in opinion over the last five years, a majority (51%) of Americans currently say it is more socially acceptable to support same-sex marriage rather than to oppose it. Nearly two-thirds (64%) of Millennials say it is more socially acceptable to favor same-sex marriage, while a majority (56%) of seniors say it is more socially acceptable to oppose same-sex marriage.

    Despite the conventional wisdom that religious groups generally oppose rights for gay and lesbian Americans, there are major religious groups on both sides of the debate over same-sex marriage.

    – Majorities of non-Christian religiously affiliated Americans (67%), Catholics (52%), and white mainline Protestants (51%) favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry.

    – On the other hand, 6-in-10 (60%) African American Protestants and approximately three-quarters (76%) of white evangelical Protestants oppose allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry.

    There is broad acceptance of same-sex relationships in society and Americans are comfortable with gay and lesbian people in a variety of public professions.

    – Nearly two-thirds (64%) of Americans agree that gay and lesbian relationships should be accepted by society, including majorities of all major religious groups except white evangelicals.

    – Americans are comfortable with gay and lesbian people serving in a variety of public roles in society, including as a law enforcement officer (75%), a doctor (71%), a judge (70%), a high school teacher (63%), an elementary school teacher (61%), and a clergy person (56%).

    Most Americans believe it is difficult to live openly as a gay or lesbian person, but twice as many Americans believe more gay and lesbian people “coming out” is a good thing rather than a bad thing for American society.

    – A majority (51%) of the public say it is very or somewhat difficult in their community to live as an openly gay or lesbian person, compared to 45% who say it is not too or not at all difficult.

    – More than one-third (34%) of Americans say that more gay and lesbian people “coming out” and letting people know they are gay or lesbian is a good thing for society, compared to 18% who say it is a bad thing for society.

    Slightly more Catholics believe the Catholic Church’s position on the issue of homosexuality is too conservative than believe it is about right.

    – Forty-six percent of Catholics think the Catholic Church’s position on the issue of homosexuality is too conservative, 43% think it is about right, and only 6% think it is too liberal.
    – Even among Catholics who attend church at least weekly, nearly 4-in-10 (37%) say that the Catholic Church is too conservative on the issue of homosexuality.

    Nearly seven-in-ten (69%) Millennials agree that religious groups are alienating young people by being too judgmental about gay and lesbian issues.

    – Among seniors, only 37% agree that religious groups are alienating young people by being too judgmental and 48% disagree.

    More than 6-in-10 Americans believe that negative messages from America’s places of worship contribute either a lot (23%) or a little (40%) to higher rates of suicide among gay and lesbian youth.

    – Among religious groups, 73% of non-Christian affiliated, 64% of Catholics, 60% of black Protestants, 59% of white mainline Protestants, and 51% of white evangelical

    – Protestants say places of worship contribute either a lot or a little to higher rates of suicide among gay and lesbian youth.

  37. wits0 Says:

    ““An eye for an eye” comes from the Code of Hammurabi which predates the Hebrew Law.”

    So what? The Jews also practiced that as well. That’s the point!

  38. Ron Says:

    Well, the wedding went off without a hitch.

    Pictures

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