just got a blood-boiling email about Chik-Fil-A and how we should all go buy all the sandwiches because they support anti-gay groups.
This is my response:
Nope, sorry. Still a little anti Chik-Fil-A because of this. This article is stating incorrect facts. Chik-Fil-A admitted to donating nearly $2 million to anti-gay groups in the name of “family values”. That is much more significant than just “some sandwiches and brownies”. The term “family values” implies that homosexuals are out to wreck everything that is sacred about marriage. You can’t really believe that, can you? Look at the divorce rate in this country, look at the number of cases of spousal abuse, look at Kim Kardashian and her 72 hour marriage! Tell me, please, who is really ruining the sanctity of marriage here? Is it two people who have been together for years who have built a relationship on love, trust, and the promise to spend the rest of their lives together who just happen to be the same gender or two drunk kids in Vegas under the power of an Elvis impersonator? I know so many homosexuals who have a stronger faith in God than many so-called “devout Christians”. And as a part of God’s family, we are called to love each other as He loves us. Supporting a cause that denies the rights of our friends, family, and neighbors, each of whom were born into this country and given the same inalienable rights as us? That’s not love. That’s prejudice, ignorance, and hate. The verses in the Bible that have even the remotest relation to the issue of God’s acceptance of homosexuals are also found in the same part of the Bible that tells us how to deal with mold, shellfish, and polyester. The Bible is not a buffet. We can’t choose some parts to follow and some to ignore. If all of those rules became obsolete with the New Covenant, the ones about homosexuals did as well. It is not up to us to decide who God loves and who He doesn’t. I will not support a cause that tries to tell me otherwise.
In other news, hope everyone up there is doing well. I love you all!
Have a great day,
Now, the question is, how badly do I want to be disowned by that side of the family?