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So I’m a ‘Bigot’

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Various people, whose opinions I don’t respect, tell me I’m “a bigot.” This is because I continue to hold the core beliefs I’ve held for my entire life, and have not changed over to brand-new beliefs sponsored by servants of Satan.

They are particularly offended by my belief that homosexuality is a grave sin. It angers them that my belief is based on the words of the Bible, when really my beliefs ought to be based on their words.

That the wrongfulness of homosexuality has been universally held to by the human race, for thousands of years, offends them. To them,  all of humanity has been dead wrong since the beginning of time, and only set right in the last few years… by them.

I will not change until the Bible changes. They hate that.

To me, the most disturbing aspect of this debauched, immoral age of ours is the ease with which so many people discard their core beliefs and adopt new ones diametrically opposed to the old. What makes them do that? It looks like all Satan’s servants have to do is to repeat their message over and over again, as loud as they can, and, presto–it becomes a widely held opinion, even among people old enough to know better.

You’d think, with all this going for them, Satan’s servants wouldn’t even notice a nobody like me–let alone bother to pour out their wrath on him.

But, see, if they let us nobodies get away with remaining steadfast in our loyalty to God’s Word, there’s no telling what we might get up to next. We might pooh-pooh Global Warming! We might question the government’s right to tax us any which way they please.

Nobodies of the world, unite!

The bad guys are afraid of us. I don’t know why, but they really are afraid of us.

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