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Gay Activists Protest Church Service

Tuesday, November 11, 2008 6 comments

I found out about this first at Right Michigan. A church in my local area was subject to a gay protest. While I question some of this church's doctrine, they do believe that homosexuality is a sin.

Some irony is that the preceding Friday I made a post about the Bible becoming hate literature in Canada. While this is not the same thing exactly, you can definitely see the homosexual agenda.

Some of the activity that occurred was the shouting of profanities and blasphemies, attempting to hang banners of like content, tossing fliers, and two women made it to the pulpit and began to kiss. Other props used were a video camera, megaphone, condoms, and glitter by the bucket load.

Churches if not already prepared need to have a plan in place because it looks like it will get worse rather than better.

Right Michigan provided a much more detailed article than the Lansing State Journal, but the LSJ said they would have more detail tomorrow (I will post it when it becomes available). I would like to know what kind of punishment they will receive.

Right Michigan Article

Lansing State Journal Article

UPDATED LSJ ARTICLE

City Pulse Article

6 comments: to “ Gay Activists Protest Church Service so far...

  • Hi Def Porn November 11, 2008 at 4:49 PM
     

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  • Timm November 12, 2008 at 6:47 AM
     

    For what it's worth, I haven’t found a whole lot to disagree with Mt Hope in terms of Doctrine. There are a few "non-essential" doctrines that I've butted heads with some attendees, but for the most part, this is a biblically sound church. They have also done wonderful things in our community and the world, including opening a ton of satellite churches and offering free counseling to the community. They in no way deserve anything like this.

  • Craig November 12, 2008 at 7:56 AM
     

    My main issue with them is the speaking in tongues and their view of healing.

    I do agree that this was undeserving and I wonder what will prevent them form doing this again somewhere else.

  • layneh November 12, 2008 at 9:59 AM
     

    I think what we are seeing here is the tool the devil will use to discredit Christians and the church.

    As we see things build towards the 2nd coming, America is imploding. I believe that this has to happen for Israel to become to spot light, even if just for a moment.

    I agree churches must find a way to confront issues like you state, however I dont think it will be enough.

    Start building your underground churches...

  • Heidi November 12, 2008 at 2:12 PM
     

    Just goes to show how much our society has turned from God. No, joke about the underground churches, I fear that one day us Bible believing Christians will be the minority.

  • MikeT November 13, 2008 at 3:24 PM
     

    Speaking in tongues is one of those things I'm skeptical of. I bet most of the time it's pure rubbish coming out of their mouths with no inspiration from the Holy Spirit. 1 Corinthians 14 puts a real dampener on this whole phenomenon, as Paul basically said that if you can't translate for the congregation, it's probably a good idea to just keep it to yourself. Sometimes when I watch Pentacostal services on video, and they're rolling around, making noise, I think it's damn near pagan.

 
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