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Hydar Ally, the Pope and “Being Gay is Not a Crime”!

Hydar Ally, the Pope and “Being Gay is Not a Crime”!

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So do these comments mean that the Pope endorses homosexuality and “transsexualism”? Definitely not! These are the ONLY two psycho-sexual disorders so defined that set up as their non-negotiable goal the destruction of fundamental creation-structures in Christianity … manhood, womanhood, marriage, sex, family, fact, truth, detail, evidence, logic and evidence! How significant is this?
So do these comments mean that the Pope endorses homosexuality and “transsexualism”? Definitely not! These are the ONLY two psycho-sexual disorders so defined that set up as their non-negotiable goal the destruction of fundamental creation-structures in Christianity … manhood, womanhood, marriage, sex, family, fact, truth, detail, evidence, logic and evidence! How significant is this?

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Hydar Ally, the Pope and “Being Gay is Not a Crime”!Hydar Ally, the Pope and “Who am I to Judge?”Dear Editor, I refer to the letter by Hydar Ally (SN 7/31/13) captioned “Being gay isnot a crime” and would appreciate the opportunity to respond.Stabroek News’ caption is immediately seen to be unfortunate and irresponsible,representing one of the few times when the Editor actually uses words fromcontributors’ letters as caption (and in every such case only when it visibly connotesor helps to promote a pro-gay argument).By this time tomorrow, there will be a letter to the press advising that the "HydarAlly" who composed the letter to Stabroek News was not the Hydar Ally we allknow ... if only because of his loose usage and application of the actual words thePope used. We all await the official transcript/explanation from the Vatican!Initially, however, the Pope's actual words were "...
If a person is gay and seeks Godand has good will, who am I to judge?
" ..." in response to questions about theexistence or non-existence of a "gay lobby" in the Vatican. Clearly the Pope wastrying to make a careful distinction about handling political issues within theVatican. He clearly states that "...
The problem is lobbying by this orientation
..."since, obviously, such lobbying and activism inevitably EXCLUDES God and theBible, tolerates no opposition, and invariably is bereft of 'good will'. We learnt this inMelanie Phillips
How Britain is Turning Christianity into a Crime
(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-404052/How-Britain-turning-Christianity-crime.html) and the incredible American tragedy being debated at this hour inSan Antonio, Texas, USA as outlined in
San Antonio Proposal Could BaChristians City Counci
(http://radio.foxnews.com/toddstarnes/top-stories/san-antonio-proposal-could-bar-christians-from-city-council.html).So do these comments mean that the Pope endorses homosexuality and“transsexualism”? Definitely not! These are the ONLY two psycho-sexual disordersso defined that set up as their non-negotiable goal the destruction of fundamentalcreation-structures in Christianity … manhood, womanhood, marriage, sex, family,fact, truth, detail, evidence, logic and evidence! How significant is this?Does this mean that his comment will now be used and abused by the "gay rights"lobby? Absolutely! We addressed the possibilities in the online article "
 AlissaTrotz's Abuse ... and the Self Abuse ... of Desmond Tutu on gay rights
"(http://www.scribd.com/doc/28722518/Alissa-Trotz-s-misuse-and-the-self-abuse-of-Desmond-Tutu-on-gay-rights). The Pope, like many other Catholics, would be aware of the extremely destructive(personal and societal) forces at play in same-sex-attraction-disorders, and will of course clarify this later with due regard to the Bible, and the problems many
 
catholic priests have faced in the past with regard to molestation. We may suggestat that time that he gives dutiful recognition to what Dr. Jeffrey Satinover says in hisbook "
Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth
" ... that homosexuality is yetanother aspect of our broken and sinful natures as fallen creatures.Does this mean that sin must abound even more as grace and forgiveness does?Clearly not, since Dr. Satinover has pointed to the fact in Table 7 of his book that noless that 15 secular outcome-studies exist to show that there aremedical/psychological/psychiatric ways of dealing with this psycho-sexual disorderwith success rates as high as 82%. It is in this context of deliberately confrontingand addressing one's faults, and changing our behaviours in repentance, webelieve, that the Pope's advocacy in that same interview that "...
gay clergymenshould be forgiven and their sins forgotten
...." ought to be understood. It would beimpossible to construe another meaning that the victims of the molestation caseswould understand.And if Hydar Ally hasn’t got it as yet, there is always the law review "
Child Molestation and the Homosexual Movemen
Why Isn't Homosexuality Considered a Disorder On theBasis of Its Medical Consequences?
" (http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/archive//ldn/2006/nov/061130a) and theCenters for Disease Control's report “
Fastfacts on HIV/AIDS among Gay and Bisexual Men 2010
" (http://www.latinoaids.org/programs/3mv/docs/FastFacts-MSM-FINAL508COMP.pdf ). These few references prove that there are good personal, societal and public-policyreasons why homosexuality has been condemned historically, and why itsinfrequent and misguided adoption has led to the collapse of “pinnacle” nations.A naïve recklessness by its current Democrat/liberal leaders, grievous judicial andmedia complicity, and the inevitable inane parroting by support/followers such asHydar Ally, now sees America lurching to a future that is … uncertain. Hydar, andChristians generally, would be wise to read Greg Laurie’s commentary “
Why BibleProphecy Makes No Mention of America
(http://www.christianpost.com/news/greg-laurie-on-why-bible-prophecy-makes-no-mention-of-america-100050/). The answer to Guyana’s, and America’s, dilemma would be found in 2 Chronicles7:14. The Pope will not disagree! Yours faithfullyRoger Williams7/31/13 

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