(Context: A discussion on a gay couple featured in a popular cartoon aimed for kids)
Denver Billiot: Love The Sinner Hate The Sin
Alonso Lupercio: I’m gonna give you a pass, since you’re not like those other people who can’t support/respect what’s gonna be canon.
Dakota Lawson: I would also like to point out my disapproval with Denver Billiot. I'm not much of a fan of Luna and her relationship with Sam (nor am I a fan/supporter of the LGBT community in general), but I like the way that Luna puts herself last before others like Sam.
Dylan Jones: Guys. Show some respect.
Dylan Jones: Denver. Perhaps you'd like to speak up on the so-called sin in question here? Enlighten us.
Denver Billiot: Read the Bible it'll tell ya, God created marriage to be between one man and one woman
Dylan Jones: way wrong answer kid.
Dylan Jones: The bible has zero bearing on love. And it has no bearing here.
Denver Billiot: Is that so? Jesus died on the cross so that we could be free, that's not love!?
Dakota Lawson: Dylan Jones I'll try to answer why it's a "so-called sin." The LGBT is an invented community that goes back many millennia's. In the Bible that talks about Leviticus, God mentions that if any man sleeps with another man that isn't a woman, then he/they shall be put to death. "The blood will be on their own heads." This rule was made in the Old Testament. However, in the New Testament, Jesus came before a woman, who was being stoned to death for committing adultery, and told the people "Anyone who has not sinned, ever, in their lives, toss the first stone." None of the people threw their stones and walked away. Jesus said to the woman "Go and sin no more." When it comes to the LGBT, in today's time, they are a community that tries to find a solution to adapt to the world that has persecuted them just as people persecute Christians. However, the LGBT has no leadership nor any type of faith that would require them to be inspired to become lesbians, gay, bisexual, or transgender. When it comes to marriage, God, including Jesus, describes that marriage can only be between a man and a woman because it helps mankind prosper the world with their kin. Basically, marriage helps populate the Earth. As for the LGBT, they have no goal or inspiration to follow that purpose. They tend to follow their desires so that they can be protected from any form of persecution or violent actions that some supporters have been conflicted during their early lives. In short, the LGBT are "masking" or "hiding" themselves from the truth. The community tends to take advantage of political power so that their "invented traditions" would prosper over other's traditions and freedoms. If the community doesn't get what they want, then they will cause an uprising for "equal rights" and for "human rights." In conclusion, the LGBT is a community that lives in a spiritual lie other than living in the reality that they're supposed to. This is my answer at best. Sin is sin, and sin is power for the wicked and the abominable.
Dylan Jones: Guys I take serious issue with your prejudice here, let me tell you most of my folks read the bible and they're not saying the things the two of you have said. But you two represent exactly why I will never pick that thing up again. This kind of evangelist nonsense has no place here, take it away. Luckily nobody here is obligated to go along with what you say.
Denver Billiot: What they tell you is truth, they seek not to hurt you but to help you, they want what's best for you, it may sound crazy but trust me, Jesus won't lead you astray
Dylan Jones: Denver. Dakota. Learn some respect for your LGBT neighbors out there. You two got a lot of growing up yet to do. Sad that those kind of relationships make you feel somehow threatened.
Denver Billiot: I literally said I love them but not their conduct
Dylan Jones: Denver. I will not acknowledge what you cannot prove to me.
Denver Billiot: It's called having faith, we are not to live by sight but by faith,
Dylan Jones: Then no more talk of "sin" as far as that subject goes.
Dylan Jones: Faith, typical response.
Denver Billiot: It was said in Revelations that Good would be seen as Evil and Evil would be seen as Good, so I am not surprised of this