NC, USA: Newspaper Editorial Calls Gays An “Abomination”

Written by scott on April 22nd, 2012

Amendment One and Gays as AbominationJust ran across this lovely editorial by Dwight M. Creech, “principal of Calvary Christian School, is also a professional photographer and is certified by the N.C. Department of Justice as a firearms instructor.”. It appeared in The Pilot, a newspaper in Southern Pines, NC.

Titled “Gay Marriage Is an Abomination Before God”, the author says:

Consider the following: “If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: They shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.” (Lev 20:13). The same judgment is stated in Leviticus 18:22.

The apostle Paul dedicated half of Romans Chapter 1 to this same issue, and it had not changed in 1,500 years.

Gotta love the fact that an avowed “Christian firearms instructor” is citing a passage in the bible that calls for the death of homosexuals. But it gets better:

This is change, and a -radical change of our way of life. It is not what we are changing into that made America the envy of the world. It is what we have abandoned that once made us the most powerful, caring nation in the world.

Many do not see this, but where we are headed is the jungle, where homosexuality, lesbianism, transgender, bestiality, pedophilia and any other conceivable behavior is a self-proclaimed right.

So much for the old “it’s just about the word marriage” canard. Mister Creech wraps up his argument with this gem:

Is this the kind of change you want? What kind of world do you want for your children and grandchildren?

I can answer that one. I want a world free of discrimination, where gay and lesbian kids no longer kill themselves to escape people like you. Where families have the same rights, regardless of the gender of the parents. And where all this hatred seems like just a bad dream.

Write the publisher and tell him what you think of allowing this kind of hate speech in his paper.

 

3 Comments so far ↓

  1. Kathleen O'Neill says:

    I read a book once where the author spoke of her immigrant father, who couldn’t read or write English, but was fond of using the expression, “Well, you know, as Shakespeare always said…” She confessed to being uncomfortably aware that her father’s knowledge of Shakespeare was limited to the use of his name. He actually father had no idea whatsoever about anything that Shakespeare had said.

    I always found that very funny and quirky. Until recently, when I started to realize that the same thing could be said for so many so called “Christians.” Their knowledge of Christ’s teachings seems like they are less followers, and more name droppers.

  2. Kathleen O'Neill says:

    Couldn’t figure out how to get back and edit, “her father actually.” Sorry!

  3. Joey says:

    I think that what Dwight Creech really means is that he enjoyed yesterday’s era when it was acceptable to consider oneself better than gays and lesbians. He doesn’t want to see that go away. I really don’t understand the new Christianity. There was a time when it was the Christians who stood up and insisted on a live and let live attitude. I’m old enough to remember those Christians. Today, it seems as if everyone has to stand up to Christians regarding everyone’s right to live their lives according to the way they see fit. This is an excellent article that only scratches the surface of the problem. It is good nonetheless.

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