ALERT: Christianity Endorses Gay Marriage

–Same sex marriage was actually a Christian rite. –On the Bonus Show: Bombs in pets, crazy military spending, obese boy removed from home returns home, more The David Pakman Show is an internationally syndicated talk radio and television program hosted by David Pakman www.davidpakman.com http www.davidpakman.com www.facebook.com www.twitter.com feeds.feedburner.com 24/7 Voicemail Line: (219)-2DAVIDP Broadcast on May 14, 2012

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  • ENDRENOABORTION says:

    90% of all convicted pedophiles in prison self-identify as being homosexuals.

  • albertschwytzle says:

    Ok, you can argue that homosexuality is okay outside the Christian perspective. But to argue that Biblical Christianity (or Christianity based off of Christ’s teachings and those of the apostles) supports homosexual relations is completely preposterous and misinformed. Simply because some random priest in Christian history condoned a homosexual union does not mean that the tenants of the Christian faith also condone it. One doesn’t have to be a Christian to come to such a conclusion.

  • BenderPictures says:

    (continued)
    4) Modern scholarship generally rejects the notion that Sergius and Bacchus were gay. It gets most of the attention from the the media because that belief, though maybe flawed, it interesting and radical.
    5) Joined in life was a term that could also be used for sworn brothers or inseperable friends. It doesn’t necessarily refer to gay marriage.
    6) Sergius and Bacchus probably existed, but in the 300s, well over 200 years after the NT. They aren’t mentioned anywhere in the Bible.

  • BenderPictures says:

    There are several flaws that I think must be pointed out about this:
    1) The two martyrs in the drawing died in the 4th century. Modern scholarship hold that the NT was formed between 50-95 AD. Thus, the video’s assertion that they are mentioned in the NT is wrong (2:20)
    2) The painting was made in the 600s, even later on
    3) The text (Passion of Segius and Bacchus) likely dates from the 5th century and has many inaccuracies and contradictions, just like the apocrypha…

  • youngn420 says:

    I just trolled you I really don’t believe that. I stopped believing in Jesus at age 7 when I was stung by bees and I crossed over. There is no hell and where I went is where I will be going because it is where I came from and there is no Jesus there because Jesus isn’t real. I come from the light and when I die I’m going home to the light.

  • TheApostleP says:

    So did I when I was “youngn420.” But now that I’ve become a man and put away childish things (especially the things that numb my mind), I have also begun to acquire wisdom. Hang in there little pot head!

  • youngn420 says:

    Personally I think Lucifer is the good guy and God and Jesus are the true villains.

  • P3dotme says:

    I have time to think and check with in my life if I had that time I would turn around and see if the bus was there, if you then claim that the bus is invisible and magical and breaks the laws of physics I will refuse to believe you and continue on my happy way.

  • aroniense21 says:

    Now you’re dramatizing the issue, and I’ll tell you why:
    1. Nobody would simply stand in the middle of the street.
    2. A driver would use the horn to inform me that he is coming.
    3. A bus is actually real.
    As I said before:

    Prove it with factual evidence.

  • ubercomrade says:

    Doesn’t the one of the right look like Louis and the other look like David?

  • TheApostleP says:

    If you were standing in the middle of the street believing you were completely safe and satisfied, happy with your location, and a bus were speeding toward you from behind and you couldn’t see it, and I, facing you and seeing the bus, tried to warn you of your impending doom by telling you to get out of the street, would you then defiantly stay put while accusing me of trying to impose my beliefs on you?  Well, my friend, that is the scenario, but resulting in eternal torment, not instant death.

  • TheApostleP says:

    I don’t think you’re getting it, but that’s not surprising. Reference 2Corinthians 4:2-4: “By setting forth the truth plainly we commend ourselves to every man’s conscience in the sight of God. And even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing. The god of this age (Satan) has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God.” It’s not God’s job to prove anything to you, but yours to believe.

  • aroniense21 says:

    “it’s Truth”
    Prove it with factual evidence.
    You can’t know for sure that it’s the truth, when you prove it it stops being a matter of faith and becomes a matter of fact.
    That’s the concept of faith, believing in something, even if we don’t have a logical argument.
    Basing my argument on the concept of faith I ask you to stop trying to impose your faiths as if they were a fact.
    I’m bearing you with patience as well, does that make me a god?
    Well, I am one already if I believe in the apotheosis.

  • TheApostleP says:

    It’s not a retort — it’s Truth. Your refusal to believe it does not make it less than that. As the Word of God says in Romans 9, “What if God, choosing to show his wrath and make his power known, bore with great patience the objects of his wrath—prepared for destruction? What if he did this to make the riches of his glory known to the objects of his mercy, whom he prepared in advance for glory…? He is bearing you with patience now. Please don’t be an example of His wrath later. Believe.

  • aroniense21 says:

    ……..Honestly? That’s your retort? I thought I established in the beginning that I didn’t believed in such petty concepts as “God”

  • TheApostleP says:

    Part 2: For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him, but their thinking became futile and their foolish hearts were darkened. Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images made to look like mortal man and birds and animals and reptiles.

    This is Romans 1:18-23. If you read it and are unaffected, may God have mercy on your soul.

  • TheApostleP says:

    Part 1: The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.

  • aroniense21 says:

    And all of that…… Assuming that he exists.
    However, since we don’t have proof of his existence we can’t push the people’s beliefs of him into a legal system designed to be impartial, a legal system where everyone is the same, regardless of gender, religion, sexual orientation or race.
    Same as how you try to push christian beliefs into the system a Jew can try the same, same for a Muslim.
    I hope you didn’t forget that this was a discussion about law in the first place.

  • TheApostleP says:

    Did you not do the reading, or was it just not understandable to you? Man cannot judge the Creator by man’s standards. We cannot presume to know anything about Him until we know Him, His character and His purpose for creating us. God’s word is crystal clear regarding His purpose for creating us: to glorify HIM, by loving, worshipping and abiding with HIM for eternity. Any desire of man which is in conflict with that purpose is prideful and fatal. I pray you understand that someday.

  • aroniense21 says:

    “He wants us to love Him back — really LOVE Him. ”
    Okay, let me get this straight:
    He wants us to love him, and if we do we’ll get “salvation”, however if we don’t we’ll…… “Go to hell”
    So basically it’s a matter of a person so lonely that has to threat others to love him so they won’t be hurt?
    I’m sorry, but that’s called a psychopathic behaviour.

  • TheApostleP says:

    Forgive my bluntness, but that statement, and the opinion it expresses, put you in the category of the latter group you mentioned… That is of course, unless you already knew that, and were merely being facetious :)

  • SuperJBrowne says:

    I think this world has only affected the fearful and ignorant.

  • SuperJBrowne says:

    Not sure mate but you cannot force law from a source not everyone believes nor can you use tyranny of the majority to do it either.

  • TheApostleP says:

    Regarding your reference to the Borgia family… They are not alone. Church history is replete with false teachers, governments and other individuals and organizations who perpetrated evil in the name of Christ’s church. The Bible warns of this and charges believers to be discerning — to identify these people, warn the faithful and give no quarter or comfort. These agents of Satan, ruler of this fallen world, who is most effective when imitating God.  Sorry if his deception has affected you.

  • TheApostleP says:

    That’s a very astute characterization actually. So the question becomes: Why would a sovereign, perfect, omniscient and loving God devise such a plan? The answer is incomprehensible to those who do not believe He is who He says He is, but scripture does reveal the answer and illuminate its meaning to those who believe and seek Him through His Word. Here’s a hint: He wants us to love Him back — really LOVE Him.  Start with Romans 9 if you believe, the Gospel of John if you don’t.

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