Let’s Segregate Christians Too: A Response to Charles L. Worley

Representatives of the Christian faith are adopting ethnic cleansing aspirations to further their cause.


Equally disturbing are the amount of Christians who seem to fall in line with this person, as noted in the comment section.

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5 Responses to Let’s Segregate Christians Too: A Response to Charles L. Worley

  1. Lol, but well, let’s not.

  2. sunsetwonder says:

    I am a Christian and I am ashamed of what this pastor said. This pastor should read about Jesus rebuked the self righteous Pharisees. The Bible says every single person is a sinner and Jesus died for all sinners. God hates sin but loves sinners and that includes homosexuals etc.too.. Homosexuals are also human beings created in the image of God, Instead of judging and condemning them, I think we should pray for them same as we pray for our friends and relatives.

  3. phtasmagoria says:

    I believe a relationship between a person and God should remain so; it is he who will do the judging, not humans who think they have him figured out. Jesus said how hard it is to be saved, but in places where his word was not taken seriously, he tapped his shoes of the dust and moved on; he called for disciples to spread the word, not for methods to judge what only God can judge.

    Pastors like this guy don’t see it that way, like many religious sects. They think they can judge for God on his behalf. “Be careful of judging others, lest ye be judged.”

    In addition, in the manner that this guy preaches, he is suffering from “religious addiction” more than he is being a disciple.

    Thank for reading kind friend.

  4. sunsetwonder says:

    I am sure God disapproves such hateful talks especially from a pastor. Only God has the right to judge and condemn, we are all sinners in need of His forgiveness.

    In John 8:3-11, we read that the teachers of the law and the Pharisees brought a woman caught in adultery to Jesus…..Jesus told them, “let the one who has no sin cast the first stone.” They all left. Then Jesus told the woman to go home and sin no more. Jesus wanted her repentance, not stoned to death.

    The Bible says God does not want anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance. (2 Peter 3:9) and there is rejoicing in heaven when one sinner repents (Luke 15:10).

    I am now writing a series on evolution in my blog, after that, I will write a post on Jesus’ parable on the prodigal son, the repentant younger brother, the self-righteous older brother and the loving, forgiving, merciful Father. (sunsetwonder.wordpress.com)

  5. sunsetwonder says:

    Re my comment of June 18, I have finished my series on evolution and have published my post today, Jesus’ Parable – the Prodigal Son.

    Forgiven sinners ought to bring other sinners to God so that they can also be forgiven and receive salvation. God loves them too.

    Everyone is a sinner, so don’t focus on people. Focus on God, people may reject you but God accepts you and loves you. Jesus has died for you too, come to Jesus !

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