January 24, 2008
Hidden behind the closet
Amazing. The debate about homosexuality in Africa that started on Meskel Square almost three years ago is still going strong.
The range of opinions are shown in three recent comments, including one published today:
i have enough problems as is without someone condemning me to hell i do not understand why people have to judge is it cause it makes one feel better is that it there is no reason why i should wait till i die to burn in hell i have been in hell since i can remember our world is phobic not only to homosexuality but to everything that is different
I found this through a link from another site. Very interesting topic. I am Ethiopian, and it took me a few years to understand that people do not chose to be gay. Nature along with nurture play a great role. while i was in ethiopia, without exaduration i didn't know anyone who is or might be gay. may be i wouldn't know even I saw one, or they are so much hidden they might be behind the closet. who can blame them when the law said their sexuality is punishable by imprisonment.
Look folks, you are either a Christian or you are not. In other words, you are either a Christian or a homosexual. It just doesn't go together. If you choose to be gay or lesbian, you are denying Christianity because Christianity is black and white. Things are either acceptable or they are not, when it comes to homosexuality, it is not acceptable, period. Don't argue saying God loves everybody. God loves sinners too, but that doesn't change the fact that they are sinners.
the watcher's watcher
Posted by aheavens at January 24, 2008 6:57 AM