OK, so we’re all familiar with Christian churches taking issue with suggestive pop-culture. It’s so old, most people don’t take much notice. It shouldn’t surprise anyone when this sign popped up in front of the Havens Corners Church in Backlick, Ohio.
I was even ready to pass on this bit of foolishness, until I read the article. David Allison, the pastor of the church and the man responsible for the sign, says he was concerned about the implications of the song and video. Sure, all kinds of craziness will ensue if girls start kissing girls and liking it. I don’t know, maybe they’ll be too busy to fall victim to predator pastors.
Anyway, that’s not the point, according to the article “He thought the message would be a loving way to remind teenagers that the Bible denounces homosexuality”. A “loving” way?
Maybe this is more of that “small town values” thing I’ve been hearing so much about, but I don’t get it. How are threats of eternal torture loving?
Let’s see, kissing another girl vs. threatening kids via a public display. Which seems to be the greater offense?
Us guys have known how nice kissing girls is for a long time, I guess we’ve always feared girls would find out and give us more competition. Eh, pastor Allison?
“Moral indignation is jealousy with a halo” — H. G. Wells