Christchurch-earthquake-caused by homosexuality

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Joined in 2010
September 17, 2010, 09:41

Anyway, those are my thoughts. In some ways, we as a culture/era continue to grow in knowledge and in other ways we regress perhaps.

Querido Ann,

Amen to that.

1. We have all the information we could ever want…but the critical thinking skills necessary to filter good information from garbage, apply the information, and even add to it have gone down.

2. We have the means to fight all sorts of diseases…yet our bodies and weaker and more vulnerable than ever before.

3. We have the ability to communicate across the world and speak in all the languages of men….yet, we fight as brutally as ever and the wars in our “advanced era” of the 20th-21st century far and away eclipse the sheer loss of life of any period before it.

4. We have the power to give our children all the protection, knowledge, and skills that they need to succeed…but so many fail to teach them responsibility, discipline, and empathy.

We have advanced so far….yet learned so little.

Yours in Christ,


Ann Maree
Joined in 2008
September 17, 2010, 21:51

Hi Raul

Thanks for your thoughts. 🙂 Yes it’s strange isn’t it? We’re the primitive ones in many ways and not our ancestors. Perhaps the excesses of our world get in the way of us acquiring true wisdom, not to mention those qualities you mentioned of responsibility, discipline and empathy.


Ann Maree

Anthony Venn-Brown
Joined in 2005
September 19, 2010, 11:13

Its not uncommon for Christian leaders to blame disasters on peoples acceptance of homosexuality…..but of course every time they do they only reveal their own stupidity and judgemental attitude…..never the wisdom of God or the spirit of christ.

This includes people like

Pat Roberstson

Hal Lindsay

Chuck Colson

which blamed 9/11 and hurricane Katrina on the gays

the Jensons in Sydney said the Tsunami was gods judgment

Recently the Russian Orthodox church got in on the act.

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