So now you resort to being condescending. I’m not shocked at all.

My arguments are not based on scars; they’re based on reason and logic. You’re a lawyer, refute them. I was just mentioning to somebody that you must suffer from acute cognitive dissonance. You’re smart enough to understand what I’m saying, but you either refuse to look the unpleasant truth in the face, or you know you’re wrong, so you refuse to talk about it.

When you say “Love the sinner, hate the sin” with respect to LGBTQ people, you are inarguably claiming that LGBTQ people engage in acts that your faith asserts they must strive to stop committing.

That is an evil, repugnant slap in the face to LGBTQ people. And we hate you for it. Despise is a good word too. If you have trouble understanding that, then something about your faith has rotted your soul and turned you into a monster.

Again, that doesn’t surprise me in the least. I find that Christianity very often has that effect on people.

I’m not surprised you twist, evade, and avoid direct engagement. Of course you do. Evil people generally do everything they can to avoid taking a hard look at themselves and their evil belief systems.

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Writer. Runner. Marine. Airman. Former LGBTQ and HIV activist. Former ActUpNY and Queer Nation. Polyglot. Middle-aged, uppity faggot. jamesfinnwrites@gmail.com

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