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They distort, rape, and scandolize the concept of biblical love. I find that repulsive. I actually had a homosexual women support her lifestyle choice by using the scripture that says "love your neighbor as yourself". LOL Her mental capacity was exposed at that point.

Shannon Williams, Facebook 56 Comments [9/10/2010 9:08:19 PM]
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Darn

Must have been traumatic. Meeting someone with a working brain.

9/10/2010 9:11:06 PM

anti-nonsense

Yes it was, it clearly shows that her mental capacity is higher then yours. Not that that's saying a whole lot mind you.

9/10/2010 9:23:25 PM

Philbert McAdamia

And you waited to expose yours all over the internet.
Aren't you proud?

9/10/2010 9:37:25 PM

Hammurabi

Maybe if these fundies "loved" themselves more often, and "loved" their consenting neighbors more often, they wouldn't be so fucking uptight.

9/10/2010 9:40:12 PM

Wehpudicabok

You're right, Shannon! Biblical love isn't about romance--it's about keeping women in their place, and making sure the fundies breed as quickly and as often as possible, the way God intended. For that woman to act like her love for her partner was anything similar to the love felt by God-fearing Christians toward their partners in religious propagation is just absurd!

A side note: "women" is the plural form of the word. The singular is "woman." I know fundies get so much wrong so often that it's kind of ridiculous to pick on little things like this, but it just drives me crazy whenever I see "a women" written anywhere.

And one more thing: I find your bigotry repulsive.

9/10/2010 10:10:24 PM

Adey

Reading the first sentence I thought he/she was going to criticise the Baptist fundies.

9/10/2010 10:40:52 PM

Neith

I find biblical "love" repulsive, especially the "love" in the Old Testament.

9/10/2010 11:37:38 PM

Justanotheratheist

Interpreting scripture to suit yourself renders it worthless.

Oh wait....your lot have been doing it since forever. And there I was thinking you dolts were supposed to take the word of God literally.

Useless hypocrites.

9/10/2010 11:48:34 PM

Cid Highwind

I always find it hilarious when people who can't write a single sentence without a mistake rant about the "mental capacity" of others.

9/10/2010 11:50:50 PM

nutbunny

How many shekels for some biblical love with your mother?

9/11/2010 12:06:34 AM

John_in_Oz

OF course Jesus really meant "publically cast aspersions on other people's intelligence".

9/11/2010 1:35:52 AM

ReadABook-NotThatOne!

Wait- so she interpreted biblical words to fit her agenda, just like Fundies, and in fact, not just fundies. How about the Vatican too, what makes this interpretation any worse than papal laws strictly punishing the ordainment of women. Intolerance is almost completely fueled by the Church and similar groups. Yet Fundies often talk of some kind of wrong that the rest of the world does, be it Muslims, Gays, Dems, etc, it makes me wonder if there's ever going to be a day that they simply reflect upon themselves.

9/11/2010 1:38:04 AM

Serph-no-Okami

Actually, I don't really see what's wrong with that interpretation of "Love your neighbour as yourself". Love should be unconditional anyway, and what better way to show this then to fall in love with someone regardless of their gender?

9/11/2010 1:52:44 AM

Tolpuddle Martyr


9/11/2010 1:55:50 AM



Projecting again, dear?. Because she used the NT, you know, Christianity. You, on the other hand.................

9/11/2010 2:21:05 AM

Swede

Your mental capacity is exposed as well, Shannon dear. It's scandalize, not scandolize, and a woman, not a women.

What's with the term "lifestyle choice"? All homosexuals don't live in the same style, and none of them chose to be homosexuals.

If you find homosexual sex to be repulsive, then don't have any. What other people do with their lives is none of your business.

9/11/2010 2:27:43 AM


9/11/2010 3:09:52 AM

Prayster

FOR THOSE IN NEED OF LOVING (OR BIBLICAL) RELEASE

O Lord of Love and Grace and sublime master of idiocy,
we do humbly ask thee to destroy us most notably.
That when we go to heaven people may remark,
"Did you hear about those people? God destroyed their nation with a plague of Box Jellies".
O my tender Genocidal One, we will be remembered forever, particularly as we have no coast.
O Dear Killer in the Clouds, we do humbly beg that when our time comes, that we may receive of you the most holy of slayings that we may be fully honoured by your ethereal presence. We do beseech thee O Lord, send out teams of door-to-door Godbots to assault our ears and drown us out in nonsensical gabble as they beat us to death with editions of the most holy and loving of story books, the Holy Bible.

9/11/2010 3:13:03 AM

WWWWolf

Yeah! Interpreting the Bible literally is not very hard! You just have to interpret everything you don't agree with symbolically! For example, "love your neighbor as yourself" obviously means "if you really love them, you pick up a shotgun and kill the whole lot, just like you would kill yourself if you were under the lesbianic spells of Belzebub - aren't you glad you aren't?!"

Don't read the passages in order, either, they have to be read like some kind of crazy hopscotch. For example:

"And he cast down the pieces of silver in the temple, and departed, and went and hanged himself. Then said Jesus unto him, 'Go, and do thou likewise.'"
(Luke 10:37, Matthew 27:5)

I mean, that's as clear as you can get, and obviously the intended message! Now go and do thou likewise.

9/11/2010 4:36:46 AM

Matante

Your mental capacity was exposed when you used an allcaps LOL in the middle of your conclusion.

9/11/2010 4:57:25 AM

Doctor Whom

Biblical love? I've got your Biblical love right here.

But don't tell me; let me guess. All Bible verses that cramp your style (circle all that apply: are old ceremonial laws that were nailed to the Cross, were meant for a specific situation in the church back then, need to be interpreted correctly), right?

9/11/2010 5:13:30 AM

Wozza

"Love they neighbour as yourself"

I can see the cause of your hilarity. As if such a silly statement had anything to do with Christianity. Stupid lesbians.

9/11/2010 5:28:35 AM

JSS

"Her mental capacity was exposed at that point."

Coming from someone who uses 'women' as a singular noun.

9/11/2010 5:54:59 AM

Allegory for Jesus

That's right! We all know that Biblical love has nothing to do with real love! [Oh, that wasn't your point was it...]

9/11/2010 6:04:29 AM

TGRwulf

"Her mental capacity was exposed at that point"
My irony meter just blew up in my face.

9/11/2010 6:27:33 AM
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