Bishop Desmond Tutu Makes His Choice

Published on July 30, 2013

“Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.” Leviticus 18:22

You are a hypocrite if you say you serve the God of the Holy Bible who made the statement above if you then turn around and call that God homophobic for making it — worse you have made yourself God’s judge. Bishop Tutu is not the first person whose hubris placed himself above God: “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God… Isaiah 14:12,13”

Statements like Tutu’s indeed “Weaken the nations,” whenever you redefine morality to suit the fashions of men, you add to that nation’s decline. You create a spiritual apartheid, casting aspersions on and marginalizing those who confess a faith in the God who says there are, in fact, sins and homosexuality is among them.

God, at least the God revealed in the Holy Bible, the one true God, makes it plain you cannot inherit the Kingdom of Heaven if you are a practicing homosexual. It is not an act of love to suggest otherwise. It is at best a grievous error, at worst intentional deception aimed at keeping the lost in a state of sin.

The flexible, amoral god so many people like Bishop Tutu choose to worship, the one who agrees with their own sense of justice and morality, is none other than the false god recorded in Isaiah 14— he is the god of forces, the one Tutu will find himself beside in the “other place” he says he would “rather go to.” Ultimately, like Lucifer, the god Tutu worships is himself. That is if you can believe God.

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hassan editHassan Nurullah lives in Detroit, Michigan, and blogs at Digital Publius, where he comments on American society and challenges the latest liberal and secular affront. His views are conservative and strongly influenced by an unapologetic Christian world view. Contact him at

Topics: Bishop Desmond Tutu, Homosexuality, Bible

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