Quote# 3318

In a perfect world, yes, homosexuals would be put to death, and thank God that Jesus will one day rule with perfect law and justice.

RightIdea, Theology Web 19 Comments [6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 9

Username  (Login)
Comment  (Text formatting help) 

1 | bottom


In a perfect world, yes, followers of religion would be put to death. Thank god The Great Pumpkin will one day rule with perfect law and justice.

1/18/2008 6:03:16 PM

the Good Witch

perfect law and justice is not putting gay people to death.

1/18/2008 6:08:05 PM


Funny how in no conception of a perfect world I've ever come up with were large numbers of people put to death. In fact, my imagination always produced something a bit more pleasant.

I guess I just don't have that Christian love.

7/6/2008 5:07:28 AM


If that's what the perfect world is like... Yeah, I don't want a perfect world.

7/31/2009 4:16:18 PM


hrrmmm... one set of words i'm looking for! ACKGH I CANT REMEMBER!!!

oh wait, that's douchebag. :)

10/4/2009 5:38:06 PM


Your logic fails.

According to your own beliefs homosexuality is wrong and therefore imperfect, which would mean that it can't exist in your so called "perfect" world.

10/5/2009 6:31:08 AM


"In a perfect world, yes, homosexuals would be put to death, and thank God that Jesus will one day rule with perfect law and justice."

Fortunately, Jesus doesn't exist, so that day will never come to pass. Human law might not be absolutely perfect (or it might; Kitzmiller vs Dover for example), but at least in civilised countries it's legal to be gay. That's perfect justice.

10/5/2009 7:23:43 AM


Your definition of "perfect law and justice" is messed up.

3/25/2010 7:11:48 PM


How many items can you fit in a favorites folder before you need a new one? My "Why Fundies are Scary, Heartless, and Insane" folder has quite a few entries, including the OP.

3/25/2010 8:34:55 PM


Perfect law and justice is everybody doing what he likes so long as it does not harm anybody else, or the common property of Humanity -- the Earth and its life forms.

Perfect law and justice requires that everybody keep his nose out of the personal lives of others, like homosexuals, for example.

3/25/2010 9:07:58 PM


Praise Jesus, we will one day be able to kill anyone who disagrees with us, or looks at us funny.

Love that searing Christian love.

3/25/2010 9:56:49 PM


What fucked up sense of "perfect law and justice" do you adhere to?

3/25/2010 10:03:49 PM


Nah, in a perfect world you and like minded people would find yourself dying in one of these...

3/31/2010 6:27:02 AM


"In a perfect world, yes, homosexuals would be put to death"

Okay. Make this a 'perfect world', RightIdea. Put some homosexuals to death. Go to The Castro in San Francisco, armed to the teeth, and 'put to death' some of the LGBT people there.

I think you'll find you wouldn't be the only one in that locale armed. And even if you survived being shot by the police, you'd wish they'd killed you. Because you'd spend the rest of your life in jail - as a result of the 'perfect law and justice' system we have already - whereupon you'd become a homosexual.

And not by choice, neither.

So, if you think this world isn't 'perfect', go and do something about it. Go ahead.

Or be exposed as the Internet Tough Fundie and hypocrite you truly are. Because if your so-called 'God' hated homosexuals that much, he'd just eliminate those 'gay' feelings & way of thinking from them altogether. Now.

3/31/2010 7:06:15 AM


Just curious, what would you do if Jesus did come and demand equal rights to everyone including gay marriage?

8/9/2010 11:43:12 PM

8/10/2010 12:46:44 AM



He would probably think Jebus was a false prophet sent by the devil or some crap. They always have some default excuse of that ilk to fall back on when even they get stuck for an "explanation."

8/10/2010 2:00:11 AM

The Duelist

So "Jesus" is another word for Hitler? I didn't know that... Feel that Fundy love!!

8/10/2010 1:08:15 PM


Yet in this perfect world there would be no gays as wouldn't homosexuality be an imperfection?

5/30/2015 11:24:35 AM

1 | top: comments page