Subomi Plumptre: Gay relationships – The hypocrisy of political correctness

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  • ben

    Well written article. Some people are trying to be too politically correct, at the expense of religious belief and faith.

    Marriage is not just about signing court registry… It is a sacrament; an institution created by God.

    In the catholic church, we are told there are 7 sacraments (sacred institutions; i dont know if other churches teach this) . The 7 sacraments are 1. Baptism, 2. Confirmation, 3. Holy Eucharist, 4. Penance (Reconciliation through Confession), 5. Extreme Unction (Anointing of the Sick(dying)/Final Anointing, 6. Holy Orders (Ordination of Priests and Bishops) and finally, 7. HOLY MATRIMONY (MARRIAGE)

    Baptism comes first, which is usually performed on Babies or new Christians and notice that marriage comes last and final. That tells you the IMPORTANCE OF MARRIAGE TO CHRISTIANITY and that it might be the HOLIEST OF ALL THE SACRAMENTS OF GOD.

    I DONT KNOW WHY A MAN AND ANOTHER MAN WILL WANT TO GET MARRIED.

    If it happens that someone is gay and is destined to be so, it is not a new thing in the world, it is what the person wants. the person can decide to continue that, but something has to GIVE.

    If the laws of the country do not permit you (GAY) to get married, then stay with one gay partner and keep to yourselves… if that is your destiny, but wanting to “have kids” either scientifically or by adoption is what I dont understand… and probably would FORCE the kids to be gay right?

    Enlightenment is good oo, but if you believe in God, then you must speak against what is sinful.
    GOD WILL ASK ALL OF US WHAT WE SAID ABOUT THINGS THAT ARE SINFUL.

    BEING GAY IS SINFUL TO A TRUE CHRISTIAN, AND A TRUE CHRISTIAN CAN ONLY TRY TO “PREACH” TO OTHERS ABOUT GOD, IT IS NOT BY FORCE. I LACK WORDS… TO MAKE THESE SINK DEEPER