To: I got the rope
Yeah, that's a real possiblity.
What everyone forgets in this age of no guilt (blame your mother) is that no matter what your circumstances, you are 100% to blame for your own choices and sins. It's our fallen nature that loves to blame others.
posted on 04/30/2006 5:35:03 PM PDT
by The Ghost of FReepers Past
(Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light..... Isaiah 5:20)
To: The Ghost of FReepers Past; little jeremiah; DBeers
Well we certainly shouldn't dismiss his story. He was molested by a homosexual (recruited) and lived that life until he turned to Christ.
How many homosexuals were molested as children by other homosexuals? I would really like to see a study done on that.
LJ, DBeers, Do you know of a study done on this?
To: The Ghost of FReepers Past
Abused children don't always grow up to abuse others. But there are the few that do.
It is indeed true that we tend to blame others. If you are not aware you have problems and think it is the norm, then that is another story. Someone has to point it out to you.
The focus seems to be on gay clergy, what about deadbeat Mom's as clergy in the Episcopal church?
When a deadbeat mom is lifted to the Priest Associate position in a KY cathedral, you gotta ask, which is worse, openly gay and honest about it or a woman who abandoned her first family, a fine example to put out there for all young folks. Yes, this is an age of no guilt.
posted on 04/30/2006 6:18:36 PM PDT
by mia joe
(searching, but happy)
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