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In “My Cross Isn’t Greater Than Yours, or, Enough with the Whining” this anonymous blogger says, “Show me a man who doesn’t suffer, and I’ll show you a dead man.
One of the more irksome aspects in the current conversation of LGBT issues and Christianity is the remarkable amount of dreary and droopy writing I hear from folks like me who grew up in the Church and realized they had an attraction to men.” He calls it the “we’re gay and Christian and you should listen to us about how to minister to us blogosphere.” He quotes one such blogger: “It would be beneficial for Christians and Christian traditions as a whole to consider [the] question: are we imposing sexual abstinence as an unfunded mandate with dire consequences for LGBT people who do not succeed?
This was not the way my father would have written our story.
They drove closer, unsure of what would happen next.
Dad had sent the time and location for the meet-up, expecting a quickie.
It was a symptom of feminism and put everyone in jeopardy by enabling women to go back to work.
Dad was equally passionate about promoting family values and lobbied against gay marriage at the state capitol.
Especially as more people are coming to awareness of their (emphasis mine), it is irresponsible and cruel for churches to repeat ‘You can’t have sex! There are plenty of folks who have complaints about feeling isolated in the Church.