I’ve always wondered how Sodom and Gomorrah could possibly have gotten as bad as they did. Perhaps it’s because of the culture that I’ve been raised in, I cannot personally fathom the whole episode with the angels coming to Lot, the homosexual men outside wanting them to come out so they could sexually assault them, and then Lot offering his daughters to the men outside. It’s just morally repugnant.
As the homosexual movement in America continues to claim more rights, they are definitely far away from this account, but they are moving in that direction.
It’s one thing to practice something in your own home between two consenting adults and to ask society to stay out of your business. It’s still another thing to attempt to claim to be a minority or to force people to accept your deviant sexual behavior and give it preferential treatment.
The latter was on display as a couple of photographers were accused of “Discriminating” against a same sex couple.
The New Mexico Human Rights Commission ruled on Wednesday that an evangelical Christian photographer discriminated against a lesbian couple by refusing a job to photograph the couple’s same-sex commitment ceremony. Religious rights attorneys plan to appeal.
These wedding photographers have their name displayed with their images. It would be like me telling MusicGuy that he had to write an anti-homosexual post on his blog, and if he didn’t, I’d take him to court.
Writing, speech and photography are creative media, and there should be no law telling me that because I offer a service to one group of people, I must provide it to another– especially with one that I have a moral problem with.