If You’re Gonna Preach It – Live It, or Bulldogs In Heaven, or Bullet the Mullet, or How to Make BFFs Out of Anarchists and Hippies. (via Montrose Blvd.)


With the recent suicides by homosexual teenagers, the lack of empathy out of conservative evangelicals (who are anti-homosexual) has been astounding. Others have become what is called an LGBT ally, meaning they support those who come out as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, or transvestite. For my own part, I still believe that actively engaging in sexual immorality is a sin, but I’m not willing to support bullies who berate and belittle those who engage in homosexuality. These people are, after all, human beings and still deserve respect.

I think my friend over at Montrose has written an exceptional view on this issue. I think he accurately summarizes the issue and how Christians should deal with this issue (and a whole host of others).

If You’re Gonna Preach It - Live It, or Bulldogs In Heaven, or Bullet the Mullet, or How to Make BFFs Out of Anarchists and Hippies. “Homosexuality is a Sin” and “Christ Can Set You Free” is what his placards said; “God Hates Homosexuals” is what they heard. He came to Montrose to muzzle the Ox and when he found that he was too weak, he told the Ox to see him in court. I am a Christian, I worship Jesus, and I have been in Montrose for over a year now and I think Montrose’s stigma is just a bad rep. Montrose is known for being “the gay community of Houston”. In fact, a man once … Read More

via Montrose Blvd.

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