Homophobia? No, It’s About Homosexuality and Sin.

Published on April 5, 2014

by Vic Landry
Clash Daily Contributor

Phobia is defined as, “An extreme or irrational fear or aversion to something.” Homosexuals, LBGTQ, gay, or whatever they call themselves today,  claim I am homophobic. I  don’t have, “an extreme or irrational fear or aversion,” to homosexuals, I just find their actions distasteful, especially, the obnoxious demand to be accepted as normal.  They don’t,just, demand to be accepted but, actually, embraced.

If all they do is hold hands or hug each other, I don’t care.  Anything beyond that, I find objectionable, no matter if it is between two people of the same or different, sex.  I don’t run up to a homosexual and say, “I’m straight, deal with it.”  My public displays of affection with my wife can, in no way, be considered over the top.  

The display of nudity , obscene actions, or just intentionally shocking behavior in parades doesn’t help their cause in the least.  It is just an attempt to attract attention of their peers.  It disgusts normal people and disrupts their lives.

If that is the case, why do they persist in this behavior?  Could it be that, by outrageous behavior they are attempting to curry admiration from their peers while, at the same time, offending, so called, “straight” people.  What is the motivation for the attempt to shock straight people?  

Could it be  they are Christophobic?  Do they have “an extreme or irrational fear or aversion to Jesus?”  Are they so terrified Jesus is real that  they will do anything they can to convince themselves He does not exist.  They hate the idea that He may condemn their actions.  

They cannot, or refuse to, differentiate between actions, that are entirely, voluntary and the substance of who they are.  To be fair, there are those “gay” Christians who remain celibate.  They know the difference between what they are and what they do. They realize they are attracted to the same sex but that they can control their actions, in spite of their temptations.  

We know from the Bible, Jesus was tempted but did not give in to that temptation.  We are not animals, enslaved to our impulses.  People must learn self control.  

There is a ongoing debate as to whether homosexuality is a learned or genetic behavior. Homosexuals claim they are born that way and should not be held responsible for their behavior.  If they were born that way, then they must be a genetic mutation because they cannot reproduce.   By definition two people of the same sex can never procreate. They insist their predilection is natural.  Since they cannot reproduce naturally, their behavior would, eventually, die off unless their behavior was a learned behavior.

If it is a learned behavior then, they must be responsible for their actions.  The obvious conclusion is that the learned behavior is not natural and subject to condemnation.  Before anyone screams, I believe sex by anyone outside of marriage is wrong.  Sin is sin and will always be sin.

In my many years I have come to a conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm, and three or more is a congress.–John Adams

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vic landryVic Landry is a Government Major, Mensa Member and Robertson, County, TX Tea Party President