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Do you have gay friends?

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Tuesday, January 05, 2010

My 'gay' friends
Exclusive: Molotov Mitchell shares experiences of loving homosexual with the truth

By Molotov Mitchell

Don't miss Molotov Mitchell's DVD, "I'm Not Crazy!" available at the WND Superstore and discounted to just $12.95.

Editor's note: Today's video is the first in the list below. Click on it to view. After the video plays, a list of previous videos available to play will be displayed.

1 comment:

  1. Of course, even if something is 'under approval', the censor has to read it. And think about it. Whether that person rejects it or not, the truth, like all those awkward facts about Evolution, the Big Bang, is still out there.

    The good news is, Change Is Possible. Visit (the website of the author of the excellent 'Selfish Gene', 'Evolution: The Greatest Show On Earth' and of course, the epic 'God Delusion' and see the thousands of testimonies from former Christians - including pastors - who realized that the Road To Damascus is a two-way street.

    If PFOX really must insist on balancing GLTB sections of libraries with ex-gay pseudoscience, then we must also call for balance to be presented in religious sections of libraries. Just like Jason Mitchell says in his video, you have to tell the truth, especially when it's inconvenient.

    In this spirit, therefore, let's have shelf space for books by Thomas Paine, David Hume, Dan Barker, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett, Christopher Hitchens, Charles Darwin, Carl Sagan, Ibn Warraq, Richard Dawkins, Victor Stenger, Jared Diamond, AC Grayling, Matt Ridley and Bertrand Russell - alongside the Bible, the Qur'an those trashy Tim LaHaye novels, or Rick Warren's purpose-driven nonsense.

    But, if you're happy with your beliefs - like I said, fine by me. If your faith is that strong, it shouldn't matter anyway. But the world keeps spinning, regardless. And of course, you're welcome to try to change my mind - any one of you, any time, anywhere.

    'And to think that unto such as you,
    A maggot-minded, starved fanatic crew,
    God gave the sectret and not to me?
    Well, well, what metters it! Believe that too!'

    (Omar Khayyam, 'Rubaiyyat', 11th century)

    greetings -