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Acceptance Of "Queer" People

Posted on 31 August, 2011 at 8:46
Hi People hope you are all doing fine, yesterday's Post sparks rave review i really enjoyed reading the thoughts of my peer really great minds at work. However it leads me to my next really interesting topic, which has been widely discussed by many Groups, and has caused some amount of trouble. "Should Queer People be accepted in the Church" Before you answer while you are thinking remember they are God's creatures and he loves them,its their actions that he dislikes. And who are we to cast judgment and deny any one the right to worship in the temple of God. Also remember the Bible says "If a man lies with a male as with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination; they shall surely be put to death; their blood is upon them".Leviticus 20:13
                         
                                      (Queer People Gays and Lesbians)

What are your views, feel free to express yourself in true honesty.

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53 Comments

Reply Kol Kol
13:09 on 31 August, 2011 
NAAAAAWWHH . . . NO . . . Heaven says NO!!!!
Reply Hibbandr
13:18 on 31 August, 2011 
I really dont care if they are in the church or not. Your text above is contradictory. It says they are god's creations,which implies they should be accepted; then it says put them to death, which implies they should be cast out.
Reply Kol Kol
13:25 on 31 August, 2011 
Yes they are still humans however if they come to the church the whole purpose is for them to change their ways (that is to get involved with the opposite sex).
Will they do that? NO THEY WILL NOT!!!
p.s I dont hate queer people . . . i have one as a girlfriend at home
Reply Shiona McDonald
13:40 on 31 August, 2011 
Oh boy...this is a touchy topic, but i will hope that we can reason it out without putting personal feelings in the matter. What i think is that once a man is not dead he is not lost and there is still hope for him to repent. I do not believe however that a "queer" person should be an active member in the church as it is unorthodox, and we live in a society where the majority does conform to a normal way of life. My take on the matter is, they are people who are in need of the gospel and yearn for love and attetion jus as a "normal" person would. Where the problem comes in is when they are actively taking part in the church. Sin is sin so just as a "normal" person in the church would publicly commit audultery or any other public sin and be removed from taking part, so should the "queer" member. They alike, being sinners should repent and if it is their desire to be apart of the church change their lifestyle and then be accepted. So No, i dont think they should be, but we should not condemn anyone because once there is life there is hope.
Reply fearihateu
13:50 on 31 August, 2011 
I believe that gay individuals should be able to attend church if they wish, they are still humans with the desire to believe in a supreme being, however I do not think that the church will allow them to have active roles in the organization and that is a FACT.
Reply Me
14:03 on 31 August, 2011 
Hibbandr says...
I really dont care if they are in the church or not. Your text above is contradictory. It says they are god's creations,which implies they should be accepted; then it says put them to death, which implies they should be cast out.

If they are actively going to take part that's a NO NO God need not weak feeble characters to run his Church. Remember he needs "Men" with backbone strong men to run his church. Yes they can be accepted but to be actively involve No.
Reply SAM
14:07 on 31 August, 2011 
Shiona McDonald says...
Oh boy...this is a touchy topic, but i will hope that we can reason it out without putting personal feelings in the matter. What i think is that once a man is not dead he is not lost and there is still hope for him to repent. I do not believe however that a "queer" person should be an active member in the church as it is unorthodox, and we live in a society where the majority does conform to a normal way of life. My take on the matter is, they are people who are in need of the gospel and yearn for love and attetion jus as a "normal" person would. Where the problem comes in is when they are actively taking part in the church. Sin is sin so just as a "normal" person in the church would publicly commit audultery or any other public sin and be removed from taking part, so should the "queer" member. They alike, being sinners should repent and if it is their desire to be apart of the church change their lifestyle and then be accepted. So No, i dont think they should be, but we should not condemn anyone because once there is life there is hope.

I couldn't not have agreed with you more on your take on this matter. spoken like a true diplomat. Someone who really loves God and Humanity. Your line of reasoning is deep and concise.
Reply Jim Jones
14:07 on 31 August, 2011 
If their seeking forgiveness and to change their way of life I don't see why not...
Reply fearihateu
14:18 on 31 August, 2011 
Shiona McDonald says...
Oh boy...this is a touchy topic, but i will hope that we can reason it out without putting personal feelings in the matter. What i think is that once a man is not dead he is not lost and there is still hope for him to repent. I do not believe however that a "queer" person should be an active member in the church as it is unorthodox, and we live in a society where the majority does conform to a normal way of life. My take on the matter is, they are people who are in need of the gospel and yearn for love and attetion jus as a "normal" person would. Where the problem comes in is when they are actively taking part in the church. Sin is sin so just as a "normal" person in the church would publicly commit audultery or any other public sin and be removed from taking part, so should the "queer" member. They alike, being sinners should repent and if it is their desire to be apart of the church change their lifestyle and then be accepted. So No, i dont think they should be, but we should not condemn anyone because once there is life there is hope.

Well said :-)
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14:32 on 31 August, 2011 
Shiona McDonald says...
Oh boy...this is a touchy topic, but i will hope that we can reason it out without putting personal feelings in the matter. What i think is that once a man is not dead he is not lost and there is still hope for him to repent. I do not believe however that a "queer" person should be an active member in the church as it is unorthodox, and we live in a society where the majority does conform to a normal way of life. My take on the matter is, they are people who are in need of the gospel and yearn for love and attetion jus as a "normal" person would. Where the problem comes in is when they are actively taking part in the church. Sin is sin so just as a "normal" person in the church would publicly commit audultery or any other public sin and be removed from taking part, so should the "queer" member. They alike, being sinners should repent and if it is their desire to be apart of the church change their lifestyle and then be accepted. So No, i dont think they should be, but we should not condemn anyone because once there is life there is hope.

Well said indeed, this makes a lot of sense Shiona
Reply Superfred
14:36 on 31 August, 2011 
Let me make this very short and clear; homosexual relationships and sexual acts are sinful, therefore since the church is for the good who will then preache good. I don't think they should be accepted in church if they are going to continue the same lifestyle while in church. People in present time are very sensitive about queer people and we all know the rights and the wrongs as the BIBLE preached, so it will be so contradicting base on the messages of the BIBLE.
Reply thatruth
14:46 on 31 August, 2011 
Kol Kol says...
Yes they are still humans however if they come to the church the whole purpose is for them to change their ways (that is to get involved with the opposite sex).
Will they do that? NO THEY WILL NOT!!!
p.s I dont hate queer people . . . i have one as a girlfriend at home

I Think they are some of the nicest person in life but really messed up upstairs (mentally) and they really need God. But personally i need none for my friend. Nothing personal.
Reply Kol Kol
14:47 on 31 August, 2011 
Superfred says...
Let me make this very short and clear; homosexual relationships and sexual acts are sinful, therefore since the church is for the good who will then preache good. I don't think they should be accepted in church if they are going to continue the same lifestyle while in church. People in present time are very sensitive about queer people and we all know the rights and the wrongs as the BIBLE preached, so it will be so contradicting base on the messages of the BIBLE.

I agree . . . I don't think they should be accepted in church if they are going to continue the same lifestyle while in church.
Reply Sally
17:03 on 31 August, 2011 
NO. They should have an indigent church and a pastor that shares similar believes as they do. I sociality such as theirs CANNOT be incorporated with our believes and doctrines.
Reply Tina
17:32 on 31 August, 2011 
I honestly do not like the idea of homosexuals. God created Adam and Ev, not Adam and Steve or Eve and Gail. We need to realize that woman was made for man and by universal law, that is how a relationship should be. Don't get me wrong, one of my favourite cousins is a lesbian and I love her dearly but her lifesytle I dislike. I do not judge but some people becomes queers because they got hurt by the opposite sex. Man it sticky...... I believe that they should not be accepted in the church, but the Bible said, Leave all judgement to God.... That is what I have done.
Reply Patrice Whyte (Mz Berry)
19:53 on 31 August, 2011 
Regrettably these persons are humans such as we and we cannot judge them, however a sin is a sin no matter what the degree or extent. Queer people can go to church, but should they be accepted as potential leaders and activists of the church? No. The church is one of the most influential institutions that many people look to as a guide, this being said if the church accepts homosexuals then it will be sending a clear message that this lifestyle is one to append to and that they do have conjugal rights. I cannot begin to imagine the psycological impact that this will have on the younger generations that will be growing up in same sex homes, should this be warranted by the church.
I personally do not have a problem with persons who are homosexuals but I will not accept the lifestyle. To each his own. I think your next BLOG should be about the "state vs church and how they imapact judicial and moral laws" lol
Reply fearihateu
20:15 on 31 August, 2011 
Patrice Whyte (Mz Berry) says...
Regrettably these persons are humans such as we and we cannot judge them, however a sin is a sin no matter what the degree or extent. Queer people can go to church, but should they be accepted as potential leaders and activists of the church? No. The church is one of the most influential institutions that many people look to as a guide, this being said if the church accepts homosexuals then it will be sending a clear message that this lifestyle is one to append to and that they do have conjugal rights. I cannot begin to imagine the psycological impact that this will have on the younger generations that will be growing up in same sex homes, should this be warranted by the church.
I personally do not have a problem with persons who are homosexuals but I will not accept the lifestyle. To each his own. I think your next BLOG should be about the "state vs church and how they imapact judicial and moral laws" lol

Good Point :-)
Reply Me
20:15 on 31 August, 2011 
Patrice Whyte (Mz Berry) says...
Regrettably these persons are humans such as we and we cannot judge them, however a sin is a sin no matter what the degree or extent. Queer people can go to church, but should they be accepted as potential leaders and activists of the church? No. The church is one of the most influential institutions that many people look to as a guide, this being said if the church accepts homosexuals then it will be sending a clear message that this lifestyle is one to append to and that they do have conjugal rights. I cannot begin to imagine the psycological impact that this will have on the younger generations that will be growing up in same sex homes, should this be warranted by the church.
I personally do not have a problem with persons who are homosexuals but I will not accept the lifestyle. To each his own. I think your next BLOG should be about the "state vs church and how they imapact judicial and moral laws" lol

Hey i really really love when you comment on these post your comments are too deep for audience.
Reply Patrice Whyte (Mz Berry)
20:58 on 31 August, 2011 
Patrice Whyte (Mz Berry) says...
Regrettably these persons are humans such as we and we cannot judge them, however a sin is a sin no matter what the degree or extent. Queer people can go to church, but should they be accepted as potential leaders and activists of the church? No. The church is one of the most influential institutions that many people look to as a guide, this being said if the church accepts homosexuals then it will be sending a clear message that this lifestyle is one to append to and that they do have conjugal rights. I cannot begin to imagine the psycological impact that this will have on the younger generations that will be growing up in same sex homes, should this be warranted by the church.
I personally do not have a problem with persons who are homosexuals but I will not accept the lifestyle. To each his own. I think your next BLOG should be about the "state vs church and how they imapact judicial and moral laws" lol

Lol!!!
Reply Sosussy
11:18 on 1 September, 2011 
When two men or two womwen can have children I will accept them and welcome them in church. God can't bless what he has cursed. If you love God you will keep his commandments, which extends beyong the ten. These ppl are in need on mental help and should be put in an institution not in church to distract and try to corrupt other ppl. if only they would keep their nastiness to themselves, they want to force you to accept it.
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