Monday, September 25, 2006

False Doctrine Makes False Converts

This from self proclaimed "Neurotic Christian lesbian with ADD/OCD/PMS/SAD/ESP" and author, Deb Pasquella.

The Post is titled: Am I Weak In Faith?
This is part of her response to an email someone sent her.

...I disagree. I feel that homosexuals are born this way. What explains my desire at the age of two years old, to be a boy? Or to have crushes on all my little girlfriends that I played with while growing up? I was attracted to the same sex at a very early age. I was never sexually abused, nor did I come from a broken home--so those statistics go right out the door.

And yes, God NEVER makes mistakes. And being gay is NOT a sickness---we do agree upon that.

Those are my views, my beliefs, what's in my heart, and what ""I"" see to be the "TRUTH". For you, it may be differently, and that's okay. I really appreciate you emailing me with your thoughts and concerns.

God bless!

Warmest regards,

When a 'Christian' says truth for each individual is different and God is 'OK' with that, there is a big problem. That is a lie straight from the depths of Hell. Getting God's children to accept false doctrine in the name of love, tolerance, and a little magic forgiveness juice from one of Satan's most successful tools.

Unfortuantely Deb and her Godless crowd eat it up, lickin' fingers and plate. Using Biblical doctrine is not necessary to find Truth? The truth lies in what works for "us".? What a 'nice message'! No wonder so many eat it up... It requires NOTHING from us! What a mockery of Christ's work on the cross.

Deb's philoshophy is absolutely against God's word. Listening to a grown woman justify her sexuality based on her feelings at the age of two, in my opinion is a desperate cry for H E L P !

I wish she would at lest get out her Bible, read it, study it, before making such unbiblical claims.

Spiritual discernment starts with your desire for it. If you seek only to be happy, healthy, and wealthy, you will not be spiritually discerning. You must be humble enough to admit your need to develop discernment. Proverbs 2:2-5 says, "Make your ear attentive to wisdom, incline your heart to understanding; for if you cry for discernment, lift your voice for understanding; if you seek her as silver, and search for her as for hidden treasures; then you will discern the fear of the Lord, and discover the knowledge of God." Are you willing to follow the path that leads to spiritual discernment? John MacArthur

I will leave with this little "PSA": Sex, lies and the pulpit, by DL Foster

(1) You give your life to Christ and make him LORD over your sexuality.

(2) You live a life of sexual abstinence if you are single.

(3) You remain sexually faithful to your husband/wife if married.

(4) You stop supporting the idea that sex is nothing more than an uncontrollable urge.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Look What Canada's Same Sex Marriage Laws Have Produced..

Last year, in defiance of public opinion, the government passed a law redefining Marriage to include same-sex couples. This past year the federal, provincial and municipal governments provided St. Stephen’s House in Toronto with funding of $7.8 million.

One of the “educational” projects undertaken by this organization was the production of The Little Black Book – A Book on Healthy Sexuality. This book purports to be a guide to personal and sexual development for teenage girls. In reality, it is a shockingly pornographic and deeply offensive piece of political and cultural propaganda.

The Little Black Book is a virtual ‘how to’ guide for promiscuity, both heterosexual and homosexual. It teaches that only 10 % of the population is heterosexual compared with 10 % who are homosexual. The rest (80 %), according to the so-called guide, are bi-sexual.

The book includes a chapter entitled “My First Time F***ing a Girl and provides explicit instructions on how to perform oral, anal and other sex acts. Those who counsel against such activity, especially parents, are derisively dismissed as bigots. Says one contributor: “A lot of parents are homophobic, and so are their children - until they get minds of their own.”

In addition the book advises: “If you need a figure to represent God The Holiness then for me she’s a fat, black dyke.”

More from WorldNetDaily:

What this statement has to do with healthy emotional and sexual development is beyond us," Ben-Ami said.

He said his concern is that government authorities now are reviewing the guide for its possible uses. In Canada, which legalized same-sex marriage about a year ago, school curricula that refers to a man-and-woman as a couple has to be dropped.

Schools and teachers, he said, therefore are looking for new materials reflecting the change in the law, and he fears this will be chosen.

"Our understanding is that the Manitoba Ministry of Education is currently assessing whether the book is appropriate," he said.

St. Stephen's, the originator of the concept, is being funded this year by three levels of government, city, provincial and federal, with allocations totaling almost $8 million, he said.

...Modern society, he said, appears to be implementing "bad social policy" almost in principle as a badge of not being religious.

"'The Little Black Book' is one of the most obscene and irresponsible 'educational' books we have come across," said the institute. "Canadians from all walks of life need to take action now to ensure that children are not exposed to its harmful influence."

...Reminding readers that it's intended for fairly young girls, it honors the 40th anniversary of the Barbie doll with a list of recommendations for the occasion.

Those include "Shave her head and give her a nose ring," "Have Barbie marry another Barbie," "Have her take part in an orgy," and "Give her leather bondage gear, a whip and chains."

It also lists "Fun alternatives to intercourse: Petting, Cyber sex, phone sex, kissing, making out, blowjob" and others.

It also offers tips about having sex that "help you make the jump and land with a smile."
WND Source:

Monday, September 18, 2006

United Methodist "Missionary" is Planned Parenthood Staffer

In its 2004-2005 Biennial Report, the missions board of the United Methodist Church reported a total of 904 missionaries affiliated with the board.

However, it would be a mistake to assume that all 904 individuals are engaged in traditional Christian missions work.

One example is Susan Burgess. According to the website of the General Board of Global Ministries (GBGM), the “ministry” to which she is commissioned by the GBGM’s deaconess program is to be an administrative assistant at a Northern California affiliate of Planned Parenthood.

Few United Methodists would agree that secretarial work for America’s largest abortion provider qualifies as Christian missionary service.

Even aside from moral qualms about abortion, there is much about Planned Parenthood that most United Methodists would find quite objectionable.

Like its parent body, Planned Parenthood-Shasta Diablo (where Burgess works) is very involved in far-left political activism. Last year, it lobbied in favor of a bill to “legalize same-sex marriage,” in blatant opposition to historic United Methodist Church teachings on marriage that have been affirmed by growing margins at the last few General Conferences. It also seeks to defend the legality of “aborting” infants who are already partially born, a practice condemned by the United Methodist Social Principles. Other political activities of Burgess’s employer include maintaining an “Action Fund” to help elect politicians who oppose any restriction on abortion and generating opposition to a proposed ballot initiative that would require its clinics to notify the parents of minor girls before performing abortion surgery on her.

Read the rest of report here.

Contact GBGM General Secretary Randy Day ( or call 212-870-3606) and Deaconness Program Executive Secretary Becky Dodson Louter ( or call 212-870-3850) to respectfully protest the board’s endorsement of the work of Susan Burgess at Planned Parenthood. You may also wish to contact any GBGM Directors you may know to politely share your concerns, as well as the bishops who help lead the board: Bishop Joel Martinez (, Bishop Violet Fisher (, Bishop Larry Goodpaster (, Bishop Joseph Humper (, Benjamin Justo (, Bishop Øystein Olsen (, Bishop Bruce Ough (, Bishop Edward Paup (

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

NY's Gay Bath Houses: An educational experience

Source: Mon Sep 11, 2006 8:42am ET

..."In a bathhouse you meet a person in the flesh in a relatively safe and clean environment where everyone has the same agenda," said Bill Stackhouse, director of the Institute for Gay Men's Health at the Gay Men's Health Crisis, a group that fights AIDS in New York City.

"It's safer than the Internet, where all you have is a photo and maybe some video footage before you go to someone's home," he said.

There was a time before AIDS when the baths were more integrated into the gay male community," Stackhouse said. "Now they're looked upon as some last resort thing that you do privately and don't talk to your friends about."

Despite popular notions that the clubs are havens for illicit drug use and the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, they are also a place where a captive audience can be taught about safe sex, activists say.

"At least bathhouses are public and a place where you can educate people about disease prevention," said John Riley, of the New York chapter of ACT UP, an AIDS activist group.

"You can't get to them in other places," he said, referring to private sex parties and hooking up online, which have flourished, partly due to the lack of bathhouses.

Volunteers from GMHC visit the clubs twice monthly and hand out condoms and brochures on safe sex, said Mark Kornegay, a GMHC community health specialist.

...However, Peter said that he has encountered many men at the bathhouses who would rather not use protection.

Unprotected sex "seems to be coming back into vogue," he said. "There's a lot of advertising for it in the magazines and demand for it in the personals. I don't know why you'd put your life on the line."

This reminds me of Youth Center in Richmond, VA that was suppose to "help" kids at risk. The way the kids received help? The caring and concerned Adult Activists running the center took children (teenagers) to the "hottest gay clubs in Richmond" and helped teach strange Men how to properly use condoms. All in the name of "safe sex". Great work. eh?

If I am the only one who recognizes the predatory nature of this Beast, may God help us all!

Monday, September 11, 2006


After a few comments questioning the reliability of the Bible and it's many interpretations, I thought I would share this from The Christian Research Institute.

How many times has this happened to you? You quote the Bible in a conversation only to hear, “That’s just your interpretation?” Is one interpretation of the Bible as good as any other?

When someone says, “That’s just your interpretation,” usually what they are implying is that no one interpretation of the Bible is better than any other. But the Bible is not abstract art, which we can look at any way we want to. Instead, the Bible is a collection of history books, songs, proverbs, letters, sermons and prophecies — what they’re doing is simply playing with it.

Yet having said this, I’m well aware of the fact that people do interpret the bible very differently. You see to “interpret” the Bible properly, you just can’t take a part of it and interpret it in some fanciful manner. Some people, of course, do that, but they’re not really interpreting the Bible — what they’re doing is simply playing with it.

In addition, let me point out that most differences in Biblical interpretation by people who are seriously committed to understanding it, are pretty minor indeed. The big picture — who God is, what God has done in history, what God expects of us now, and what God has in store for us in the future — is pretty clear. The differences that remain are the kinds of differences you would really expect whenever finite, sinful human beings are trying to understand an infinite perfect God.

The next time someone says to you, “That’s just your interpretation,” you might try saying something like this, “Well, then, what’s your interpretation?” Ask them to show you just how their interpretation fits the language and context of the bible better. Often, here’s what you’re going to find, that the person is just making excuses to avoid having a close encounter with the clear teachings of the Word of God.

Friday, September 08, 2006

Homosexual Activist's Goal: Render the Bible Hate Speech!

Hat Tip: The Real Deal!

"South Wales police admitted evangelical Christian Stephen Green was then charged purely because his pamphlets contained anti-gay quotations from the Bible.

Mr Green faces a court appearance today charged with using 'threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour' after his attempt to distribute the leaflets at the weekend 'Mardi Gras' event in Cardiff.

A spokesman for the police said the campaigner had not behaved in a violent or aggressive manner, but that officers arrested him because 'the leaflet contained Biblical quotes about homosexuality'.

...The leaflets were headed Same-Sex Love - Same-Sex Sex: What does the Bible Say?, and included a series of quotations from the 1611 King James Bible, a text usually regarded as one of the foundation stones of the English language.

Aimed at demonstrating Biblical disapproval of homosexual sex, they included from the Old Testament Leviticus 18.22, 'Thou shalt not lie with mankind as with womankind: it is abomination'.

The leaflets also quoted Romans 1:25-27 from the New Testament, to the effect that homosexuals are given to 'vile affections'.

The handbills urged homosexuals to 'turn from your sins and you will be saved'.

The charge against Mr Green is that he used 'threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress thereby', contrary to the Public Order Act 1986."

...Colin Hart of the Christian Institute think tank said: 'This was a very gentle leaflet. There was no use of words like "perversion". I have to wonder if churches, bishops and archbishops are now vulnerable to arrest for their views on homosexuality.

'It is noticeable that police never arrest Muslims who make remarks about homosexuality. They pick on Christians because it is easy, just as they pick on middle class drivers for speeding because it is easier than catching burglars.'
bold is mine.
Read article here!

The out and proud homosexual activist's cry for tolerance is pure crap!
Just as DL exposes today:
Trooper pays homage to der Führer
"What I admire about Besen is his take-no-prisoners attitude. He understands that we have to counter the Radical Christian Right and its hateful rhetoric strongly and forcefully--without apology." --Libby Post