The Root of All Evil

2 10 2008

Hat-tip to Balloon-Juice, my new favorite non-religious blog ….

Page One Q reports:

In a September 25th blog post titled ‘The Nation Will Right Itself If It Fixes Sex’, Christian Civil League of Maine Executive Director Michael Heath writes that the financial crisis facing Wall Street is a symptom of America’s sinful sexual culture, including the acceptance of gay unions.

“Our crisis is a symptom, not the cause,” writes Michael Heath. “I am not saying I know whether this financial crisis is God’s judgment or not. It is not for me to know that definitively.”

So once again it’s The Geeeyyys (as Sistah Girl, herself a geeeyyy calls all of us LGBT folks) that are the root of all evil in this country.  I’m sorry I thought it was the love of money.  Where did I get that from?

Look up I Timothy 6:10

More and more more I am convinced that many fundamentalists and quite a few so-called evangelicals really don’t know too much about the Bible …

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5 responses

2 10 2008
Anthony

James Sanders my Hebrew Bible prof. is always saying that evangelical fundamentalists regurgitate what they have been told, and have never really read scripture with much understanding. When scripture is used to back up your point, it ceases being holy scripture, it becomes propaganda.

3 10 2008
Doorman-Priest

There! I always knew it was your fault!

3 10 2008
Pisco Sours

I also love when my conservative Christian friend Jen clutches her pearls about impending socialism. As Sister Mary Hasta put it, “Jesus in the NT was more in favor of the ‘once you have food and a place to sleep and maybe a coat, everything else goes to the poor, yes, I mean EVERYTHING’ school.”

3 10 2008
John-Julian, OJN

Well, as Mad Priest so often puts it: “We always knew it was all your fault, RB!” 🙂

3 10 2008
Jeffrey

Well let’s not forget that the 9/11 terrorists attacks were also blamed on gay people and the moral decline of America; that Pat Robertson and the late Jerry Falwell spew(ed) such nonsense is not surprising, but to discover that like-minded simpletons exist here, in New England, well that’s just shocking…

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