10 thoughts on “He landed where?

  1. I shouldn’t be surprised that there’re those with those types of fantasies, but it’s the first time I’ve ever heard anybody make any claims about his orientation one way or the other.

    However, I’m pretty sure that he wasn’t the first man to boldly go there….


  2. This kind of godless man-on-man exploration is precisely why loyal right-thinking Christians everywhere should support the total defunding of NASA. They’ll be firing lesbians into space next!

    1. Where do you get the idea it is “godless man-on-man exploration? Homosexuality is for christians too, probably even in higher numbers. Christians just don’t want to hear about it, talk about it or, accept it.

      1. If people in general will study the Letter to the Romans chapters 1 and 2 in tandem, and stop being illiterate concerning certain out-of-context statements taken from chapter 1, it will be clearly seen that Saul of Tarsus, scholar and philosopher who confounded every philosopher of his age, was telling the entire history of mankind and how we became more perverse as time went on. He is not judging as if he is self-righteous, he is standing up for what is right for all of us, showing us the way out of all this.

        Sure there is homosexuality among Christians. Lonnie Frisbee, who spearheaded the Jesus Movement of the late 60s in SoCal, died of AIDS-complicated illnesses acquired through a homosexual lifestyle which he despised but, for whatever reasons, could not let God heal in him.

        We all suck. The point of Christianity is not to condemn us at all, but to save us from our self-wrought hells.

        Yes, there are sucky so-called “Christians” out there, but to despise Christ and true Christians because there are a few bad apples is like, well, throwing out the whole barrel of apples because of a few rotten ones.

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