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Not Love is Not Love

by Cowboy Bob Sorensen

While browsing social media, I came across the hash tag, "love is love", which was used in reference to homosexual relationships. This is nothing in which rational people can take pride. People hijacked the word "gay" as well as the rainbow (which they perverted for their own style), and are in open rebellion against God — their behavior is also unnatural. While it is irrational for atheists to wrap their identities in their rebellion against the God they pretend does not exist, it seems even more irrational for people to seek their identities in how they use their genitalia. It's mighty simplistic to write it all off as "love is love".

People are using the term "love is love". This is simplistic nonsense. We can take it to its logical conclusion.

As we have seen in the news and on the web, ever since the US Supreme Court redefined "marriage" to include same-sex relationships, there has been an increase in other deviant groups who want their sexual preferences recognized, accepted, and even celebrated. Those of us who believe in God's standards are called "haters", "homophobes" (a nonsense term, I don't phobe any homos), and other terms to provoke negative emotions. Such people indulge in bigotry while claiming to be victims, but they cannot change the truth of God's Word. You may want to read (or download the audio version) "A Journey from a Homosexual Lifestyle to Christ".

Let's see if my efforts to take "love is love" to its logical conclusion are successful:
  • A woman wants to marry a tree, and it meets her emotional and sexual needs. Love is love, even with a plant.
  • A woman married herself, and then "cheated" on her vows. Love is love, even when done solo — and then someone else joins in.
  • Pedophiles want to be called "Minor Attracted Persons" (normal people refer to this sexual abuse of children), and want to be included under the LGBT umbrella. Love is love, right, little Johnny?
  • There are reports of those who want sex with animals to have acceptance. (Do your own research, I don't want to include links; I even saw but refused to follow links to gay porn with animals.) Love is love, even with the horse you rode in on.
  • Can't forget the folks who want polyamory and polygamy, can we? Love is love is love is love (stop me when all of your "significant others" are covered) is love is love...
I lack belief that these people have real knowledge about the meaning of love. That is a gift of God, and he established how it must be used.

There are apostate "Christians" who want to be "inclusive" under the facade of "love", allowing homosexual relationships and other deviant behaviors. You're not showing God's love or truth, you're enabling them, you savvy? Not too long ago, someone wrote for the New York Times an article with false accusations about the book of Leviticus. I have two links for you about that. First, this video by Dr. James White which starts at 49 minutes, 45 seconds. Second, an insightful article by Dr. Albert Mohler, "Leviticus in The New York Times: What’s the Real Story Here?"

Love is love? Not a chance. These things have nothing to do with love.

Lust is lust. Mental illness is mental illness. Perversion is perversion. Stupid is stupid. Sin is sin. These people need to repent. There is true love, forgiveness, and acceptance in Jesus Christ. God is love, and he has made himself known in his Word.


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