RMHolb #fundie star-telegram.com

The APA, in its infinite mentality, had for decades listed homosexuality as pathology, diseased. It still is, except the APA made a 180 degree turn and without a shred of scientific evidence unlisted homosexuality. And it doesn't in any way take the "lack" of scientific evidence otherwise, to use the commonsense of the non-homosexual to know that children shouldn't be exposed to a pathologically imposed environment that extols it. Just how dumb is that.

And factually, homosexual "parents" are unable to have any child who is "theirs."

Jerome R. Pikulinski #fundie star-telegram.com

I read in the Star-Telegram that henceforth the YMCA would be renamed and identified as the "Y."
I have for some period of time been concerned about the silent and pernicious effects of secular humanism. These effects go beyond removing from the record any trace of Christianity. Most threatening is the fact that secular humanism will take from us God-given rights and substitute the governmental state as our creator and source of authority. It seems to me that renaming the YMCA is like building a mosque next to the 9-11 site. The only difference is subtlety.
Christians need to recognize that they are systematically being redirected to secular humanism and a totalitarian state.

Harold L. Smith #fundie star-telegram.com

The question of homosexual rights has been addressed many times, from Genesis to Leviticus to Romans.

So who said that homosexuality is wrong? The God that created the world, created you and me; the God that placed the stars in place; the God that requires punishment for sin. God is the judge. God said homosexuality is wrong. That is the final answer.

Rev. Patricia McKinney #fundie star-telegram.com

Bridgeport, Conn. -- The video shows the 16-year-old boy lying on the floor, his body convulsing, as elders of a small Connecticut church cast a "homosexual demon" from his body.

"Rip it from his throat!" a woman yells. "Come on, you homosexual demon! You homosexual spirit, we call you out right now! Loose your grip, Lucifer!"

The 20-minute video posted on YouTube by Manifested Glory Ministries is being called abuse by gay and youth advocates, who are demanding an investigation. But a church official this week denied that the teenager was injured or that the church is prejudiced.

"We believe a man should be with a woman and a woman should be with a man," the Rev. Patricia McKinney told The Associated Press. "We have nothing against homosexuals. I just don't agree with their lifestyle."

McKinney denied the ritual was an exorcism, describing it instead as a casting out of spirits. She said the church took care of the youth, providing him clothes.

"He was dressing like a woman and everything. And he didn't want to be like that," McKinney said.