When we look at gay marriage, we cringe in disgust,
the Bible has taught us that it's wrong...that it's a sin.
And if it truly is a sin, like we believe,
than why do we treat same sex-couples so...horrendously ?
We often say “hate the sin, love the sinner”,
but I think we go about the wrong way of doing that.
The bible tells us to love our enemies, but I think
we tend to disregard the fact.
If you steal from me, and I steal from you, then we're both sinners,
but we forgive and forget, and transform into winners.
Why can't we do the same for the man who marries his husband,
or the woman who ends the life of her unborn child?
We often say, “Hate the sin, and love the sinner”
But I think what you mean is, “Hate the sin, and hate the sinner.”
But according to your logic, we should be hating one another.
When did the bible become a pick-and-chose deal?
You say the Old Testament, but Jesus came and changed,
what that was about, and retaught us how to behav