Today AFTAH is making a desperate plea for money–they want people to send in $10 so that they can send a packet of information about the dreaded ‘homosexual agenda.’
To show how awful this agenda is, Peter LaBarbera, in his usual fashion, copies an entire article out written by someone called coach Dave Daubenmire. You see, the Coach (this word is used as a title) has spent the last seven years going to the Pride Parade in Columbus Ohio (it is too bad that Peter doesn’t live closer to him–they should really think about going together next year). Anyway, the coach states:
Try as I might to avoid the confrontation there is just something inside of me that will not allow me to stay home.
So he doesn’t stay home, nor does he go by himself. He recruits a bunch of men (why not some women as well–part of the reason could be what he has to say later: "Christian men are afraid to stand up for Jesus. They act just like women, striving to be “nice” to everyone." I guess he doesn’t like women in general…) to go with him. Besides some very homoerotic imagery (he says that a friend once told him that if he went to a hotdog factory he would never eat hotdogs again, and then proceeds to talk about the Pride parade…) he said something that really struck me:
Once you dip your toe into the pool of sin, especially sexual sin, there is a magnetism that will not let go.
This is from the man who just above said that ‘there is just something inside of me that will not allow me to stay home.’ Would it be the magnetism of these pride parades and the ‘meat’ (as he calls it) that won’t allow him to stay home? I don’t think that Peter LaBarbera could have said it better.
Here are a couple of other things ‘coach’ has to say:
Those who cry for tolerance are the least tolerant. Truth is hate to those who hate the Truth.
He says this without giving even a single example!
Christian men are afraid to stand up for Jesus. They act just like women, striving to be “nice” to everyone.
As I said above, ‘coach’ doesn’t seem to like women very much…I suppose he doesn’t have to since he has spent the last twenty five years coaching young men.
Calling sin what it is isn’t very popular. No wonder I don’t have a church.
So this ‘coach’ is a Christian without a church? Why am I not surprised? Who needs a church when anyone can start their own ‘ministry’? Ugh.