Was it the outrage expressed by so many? Was it a hint of the Holy Spirit breathing on him?
I'm guessing the former. I'm hoping it's the latter.
And let's keep praying for Michael Newdow, the "atheist" who brought this suit to court on behalf of his daughter. Speaking of whom, we need to definitely pray for her, too, that she would come to know the love of Jesus, just as Madelyn Murray O'Hair's son, William, also came to know the love of Jesus.
They are a group of Southern Baptist high school students from Georgia and South Carolina who gave up a week of their summer vacation to travel to Knoxville and not only offer the Love of Christ Jesus, but they will be doing construction work like roofing, painting and remodeling for low-income houses.
Let's pray for their safety and for paths to be paved to Jesus for the house resident and the neighborhood people!
Some would call me intolerant. Some would say narrow-minded. Some unloving. Some hateful.
But I gotta say it anyway.
Rosie O'Donnell was not born a lesbian.
How on Earth do I know that?
Listen to this from The Movie Club Spotlight "...After her mother died when O'Donnell was 10, she had to make it as the middle child in a family of five kids left virtually alone with an emotionally distant father."
What you have there is a classic recipe for lesbianism: Her Mom dies when she is young. She now seeks that female love, the female bonding that she missed during her formative teen years sans Mother.
Her father was emotionally distant. Why in the world would she need a man, anyway, if her own father didn't want to have anything to do with her?
Rosie also uses her forte as a middle child mediator/soother to let everyone know it's not only OK to be lesbian, but it's OK for lesbians to raise children.
Just don't let her convince you that she was born that way.
What's my point? Well, if Rosie was not born that way, then she and other gays and lesbians do have a choice on whether they continue on in the homosexual lifestyle or not. Since homosexuality is a result of reactions within a person to a difficult or abusive childhood, then, with counseling and/or therapy, a homosexual can identify and work through and heal those incidents in which they were hurt, abused, or ignored. Healing and forgiveness comes by working through the pain, not sweeping it under the rug. Homosexuals can choose a different path. They've just been told that they cannot change because they were born that way. Posh.
Let's pray for Rosie - for healing of those old wounds from her childhood!
So, why would I call myself "Narrow-Minded Simpleton," a moniker
that is usually launched with derision towards far-right Christian
"lunatics" who quote the Bible all the time and think there's only
one (simple) Way to Heaven?