If you want another good laugh at the delusional anti-gay mindset, click over and read Star Parker's "When color trumps Christianity" over at Clown Hall. It's another case of Bizarro World, where the God-fearing American culture is going to hell in a handbasket because the current President has done so much for the LGBT agenda (!?).
President Obama hosted a reception at the White House celebrating LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Pride month. Black Christians should take note and learn a few things about our black President.
It tells us something that Mr. Obama had no time to host an event for the National Day of Prayer.
And, of course, Parker goes into the realm of Oppression Olympics and tosses in the whole gay is a behavior not an orientation issue (as if religion isn't a choice)?
First, we now know that Mr. Obama buys into reasoning equating the homosexual political movement to the black civil rights movement: "....it's not for me to tell you to be patient any more than it was for others to counsel patience to African Americans who were petitioning for equal rights a half century ago."
Perhaps Obama can extend some of his famous empathy to a black Christian woman, Crystal Dixon, who lost her University of Toledo job for writing a column in her local paper challenging this premise. Dixon was fired for being uppity enough to write "....I take great umbrage at the notion that those choosing the homosexual lifestyle are 'civil rights victims' ...I cannot wake up tomorrow and not be a black woman."
...Maybe a lot of us black folks, still readin' our Bibles, just haven't had enough of that Harvard learnin'.
Even worse, The Homosexual Agenda has apparently convinced black Christians to abandon traditional anti-gay Christianity to support Obama solely because of his race.
Black Christians have a lot of soul searching to do. We know the pain of black history. But we also must retain clarity that these many injustices were the result of race and color trumping Christian principles.
How can black Christians do this themselves? How can black Christians allow race and color to trump Christian principles in driving their support for a leader?
What prism is she seeing the world through?