A recent article published in the Evangelical magazine Christianity Today and titled “Fairness for All: Evangelicals Explore Truce on LGBT and Religious Rights”, evidences why I refuse to be associated with the label “Evangelical”. The Evangelical crowd is rife with compromise and many of its members are at best nominal Christians.
I am not at war with members of the LGBT crowd, but only a fool believes there is room for compromise when the leaders of that movement oppose and are at war with Biblical Christianity, traditional marriage and family values.
I have engaged with members of the LGBT movement on a personal level and in political skirmishes. Contrary to the assertions of LGBT militants, I have the same love for them that I do for all sinners. My heart goes out to their struggles with their sin as much as it does to those struggling with other enslaving sins.
However, the militant LGBT crowd is another story! They have a fervent passion for their “cause” and an unbridled hatred for any who will not bow to their demands. Make no mistake, militant members of the LGBT movement will accept nothing less than capitulation and accommodation of their sin, even at the sacrifice of your moral values, innocence of your children, Christian family owned businesses, and Constitutional liberties (freedom of religion and free speech).
Adherents of the militant LGBT crusade are seeded in all levels of government, including judicial activists who will punish and annihilate any who dare oppose their demands (including Christian family-owned businesses that refuse to participate in “Gay weddings”). While politicians trumpet the LGBT cause under the guise of “Rights”, liberal educators rob our children of their innocence using secular classrooms as a platform for opposing Biblical moral values.
2 Peter 2:7-8 – “And delivered just Lot, vexed with the filthy conversation of the wicked: 8 (For that righteous man dwelling among them, in seeing and hearing, vexed his righteous soul from day to day with their unlawful deeds;)”
Copyright 2016 – Travis D. Smith