Alex Blaze

"Then he'll tell us about his second terrible lapse into homo-sin-uality"

Filed By Alex Blaze | May 06, 2007 8:00 AM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: ex-gay, Mr. Show, sunday funny

Is ex-gayism a never-ending source of comedy? It just might be. Here's the Overcome sketch from Mr. Show:


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Bob Peacock | May 6, 2007 1:04 PM

Really enjoyed Bilerico especially Town Of Dobson.

It is amazing how the Christian right continue to bash gay people and want to stay in an ingnorant state. Until Pastors of all denominations educate themselves and start telling the truth of God's love for all people regardless of orientation, there will always be hatred out there. We seem to be the scrapegoat until there is something or someone for these sad people to hate even more.

If these so-called Christians read and researched and interpreted the scriptures on their own without the twisted form of hate that seems to be in most of these so called educated pastors hearts, they would see what God and His Son Jesus had to really say about sexual orientation.

Very little in regard to sex, but a lot about loving relationships.

Bob Peacock
Vancouver, B.C.
Canada

If these so-called Christians read and researched and interpreted the scriptures on their own without the twisted form of hate that seems to be in most of these so called educated pastors hearts, they would see what God and His Son Jesus had to really say about sexual orientation.
When I came out to my former Pastor, he tried to give me a book that he had gotten in seminary. He told me I could keep it as he had somehow gotten two copies. For some reason, I laughed. Right then and there. He gave me a quizzical look, and I said something like "they must have wanted to make sure you knew that it was really bad". Needless to say, I left that church. I was pretty surprised by his reaction. I knew it was a pretty conservative church, but he was in his early 30's, so I thought there might be some understanding there. I'm hopeful that someday it will happen, I'm just not sure the "right" is ready to kill the cash cow that is hate. The target of that hate may change, it always does, but regardless of the target, it is wrong.