For those of you who are not aware, our Catholic brothers, and undoubtedly us too, are being threatened by a new law : "The Equality Act"; its a law which means that any vendor should not descriminate to whom he/she is selling goods to. That means that for catholic adoption agencies, they will be obliged to give kids to be adopted by homosexual couples.
I'd like to discuss with you your feelings upon what this will mean for us.
* If the Bible says homosexuality is wrong, and is an abomination; then will this imply that any Christian holding a Bible have "homophobic"literature in his possession (which is a crime?)
* Gays being able to adopt legally, and on top that, the Church is being forced to either condone it, or change its "ethics"on homosexuality; what do u all think of this? I find this very very disturbing.
* WHat will this do to the Church, the body of Christ? How will such laws effect our organisation and unity ??
* If we preach that homosexuality is wrong - a sin- this would mean we could be arrested for that! It was done before. A couple were arrested for preaching , through the distribution of pamphlets, that homosexuality is a sin, and an abomination.
Is this not Sodam and Gomorrah legalised???
Is there anyone here NOT disturbed by this???? Such laws have saddened my heart extremely.
It began when the Anglicans ordained a gay bishop... then since that, everything went down hill.