Friday, June 05, 2009

Robinson the apostate.

" You can't imagine something that is simply impossible..."
(At least he admits same sex marriage is impossible. )
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"There are a lot of people standing here who, when we grew up, could not have imagined this," Anglican bishop V. Gene Robinson said in response to the New Hampshire legislation permitting same sex marriage.
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Talk about an understatement.
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Gene Robinson, once married to woman and a father, now a bishop in the American Episcopal church and married to a man, rejoices in his apostasy, encouraging widespread apostasy amongst faithful Christians as well, when he preaches:
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"What we have to work against is countless centuries of tradition which has judged homosexual people to be an abomination before God," said Robinson, the Episcopal church's only openly gay bishop.
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"There are a lot of people standing here who, when we grew up, could not have imagined this," Robinson said. "You can't imagine something that is simply impossible. It's happened, in our lifetimes."
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"The law says that every church gets to choose what it will do," he said, meaning they can currently refuse to perform gay marriages.
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"We need to be working in our religious institutions to come to this new place about what is God's will about this," Robinson said. "I think a close look at that will reveal God loves all of God's children, not just certain ones, and that's the harder work."
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"Religion in general still presents the greatest obstacles we face in full equality," he said. "Ninety-five percent of the oppression that we know in our lives comes from the religious community." - Source
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These statements coming from a so-called Christian bishop. In truth God loves all of His children, which is why he set boundaries and limitations creatures may not pass.
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Photo: A portrait of Vicki Gene and Mark. (Vicki Gene is really his name.)

3 comments:

  1. He needs buku prayers.

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  2. "There are a lot of people standing here who, when we grew up, could not have imagined this,"

    Well, of course not. It's a perversion and no one could imagine such a thing could come to pass. Believe it and weep!

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  3. What the heck is sin!? There is no sin anymore! The way he says that churches have the "option" to refuse to marry gay couples--it's almost like he thinks they should force people--according to his sick perverted ideas. Sorry, in our church we follow God's law--not Robinson's law.

    He said, "What we have to work against is countless centuries of tradition." Gee, doesn't the Bible say we should "hold fast to the traditions handed down to us from the Apostles?"

    I'm going with Jesus, the Bible, Traditions, Apostolic authority, our Church--who will be lead to ALL truth by the Holy Spirit. Not some sick perverted man who wants to continue in his perversions--because they make him feel good.

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