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Baptist News Global Says if You Don’t Support Gay Sex Pill, You Don’t Love Your Neighbor

by | Sep 9, 2022

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The epic Scripture twisting coming from the left is absolutely astonishing. We reported earlier today that MSNBC’s resident “backslidden Baptist,” Joe Scarborough, went on an epic bible-twisting smear campaign against Jesus to try to demonstrate that somehow, in the pseudo-reality that his minuscule brain dwells in, the Bible supports abortion.

You can read about that here.

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Now, the left just can’t help themselves as they continue to play these ridiculous games with sadly so many people listening to this garbage and not knowing exactly how to deal with it.

One of the latest crazes in the LGBTQ camaraderie is a new drug called PrEP. This drug, it claims, will reduce the spread of HIV among homosexual men having anal sex—particularly, among men who are in uncommitted homosexual relationships and are just sleeping around with other random men they meet at queer bars. And, it’s this pill, that a “Baptist” publication is saying that if we don’t support taxpayers funding this pill for queers, we’re not “loving our neighbors.”

Recently, a federal judge in Texas ruled that insurance companies are not under obligation to provide coverage for this pill. In fact, I even got into it with Jonathan Merritt, the openly gay son of former Southern Baptist president, James Merritt over this very issue recently. You can see the tweet thread at this link, but here’s a screenshot:

The bottom line, homosexuals don’t care about “loving your neighbor,” they only care about “sodomizing their neighbor” and attempting to escape the God-given consequences of their sin detailed in Romans 1:27, “…men committing shameless acts with men and receiving in themselves the due penalty for their error.”

Nonetheless, these leftists play the pseudo-reality game anyways, hoping that at least some will buy it. Sadly, they do. Their argument? In the Baptist News article, sodomite “pastor” Brandan Robertson writes:

This ruling is fundamentally un-Christian. Even the most irreligious in our society know that Jesus’ most central command was to love our neighbors as ourselves — even the ones we disagree with. If as a Christian you don’t want to help protect LGBTQ people from becoming HIV positive through a truly miraculous medication, then you don’t love your neighbor. In fact, I’d suggest that you’re displaying hatred toward your neighbor by actively working to harm them.

He then goes on:

There’s not a single instance in the teachings of Jesus where he commands his disciples to legislate their beliefs or to refuse to help people they consider to be “sinners” — in fact, it’s exactly the opposite. Jesus consistently went out of his way to help those others scoffed at and marginalized.

Well, whatever dude, except, that’s not what’s happening. In fact, in your twisted non-reality that you live in, you might want that to be what’s happening, but in the actual, real world, it’s exactly the opposite. In fact, it’s you who is arguing that the government should force insurance companies and taxpayers to fund your gay sex rituals, but it’s the federal judge who said “no, we can’t force you to do that.”

What’s the moral of the story? Grow up, do what you do if you wish, face the wrath of God if you reject the gospel, but keep your hands off of us, off of our kids, and out of our wallets.

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