Golly! Who Could Possibly Have Foreseen This?

Rich gay guys immediately use gay “marriage” as platform for trying to force Church to perform gay “marriage” or punish them legally and financially if they resist.

That has, of course, been the goal all along. The gay movement is intolerant, punishing, militant, and hate-filled and cannot rest until it forces all, not merely to tolerate, but to profess the absolute goodness and greatness of homosex. It is narcissism on steroids and it must therefore do its utmost to punish and destroy the Church. That will work (after all, how many divisions does the Church have?) since the state is going to do nothing but support it since Caesar wants to destroy his rival as well. That is, it will work right up until the moment that Western civilization collapses and the Church again becomes the only institution capable of weathering that collapse. When people are struggling for food and shelter, they forget the boutique fantasies of a decadent culture.

Ash Wednesday is a good day for remembering that exile to the desert is not at all unChristian.

  • Humphrey

    Good for them.They have their enemy on the ground and they go for the kill.

    These people know how to win.We are enemies but you have to admire them.

    In 10 or 20 years they will have Catholic Church throwing rice in their weedings.

    • James H, London

      “In 10 or 20 years they will have Catholic Church throwing rice in their weedings”

      I would like to throw rice in their weedings – as long as I was planning on actually planting rice! The weeds have to go, you know.

      I wouldn’t be so sure if I were you. Remember the church was also supposed to have women priests by now; and divorce; and contraception. Buggery will be made illegal again as soon as there’s a Moslem majority in Europe (which on current demographics will happen by the middle of this century).

    • Benjamin2.0

      In 10 or 20 years they will have Catholic Church throwing rice in their weedings.
      They’ll sue for that, too. Rice is bad for birds. You just can’t win when it’s already been decided you’ll lose.

    • SteveP

      Admiration? No, I have been willing to compromise in the past and attribute that to the “winning” streak. However, seeing the unabashed envy and greed . . . the willingness to reach compromise has been lost. The fight is now just beginning.

    • MarylandBill

      I am not sure about that, but I wouldn’t be surprised if there was an “Official Catholic Church” that was doing it and an underground church that was holding to traditional beliefs. Maybe in Africa the Church will still be able to preach openly, assuming we don’t invade them for their “human rights abuses”.

  • Brian

    I have to believe this is some elaborate satire.

    “As much as people are saying this is a good thing, I am still not getting what I want.”

    People don’t file massive wide reaching lawsuits because of what they “want”, right?


    Paging the Philosopher Jagger.

  • kenofken

    This is why you want total separation of church and state in a modern democracy. This couple’s only grounds for suing, or at least their only realistic chance of success will come from CofE’s status as a state church. If your church is a state agency, gay couples can argue equal access just as they would at a park agency, the local courthouse or historical site or anywhere else that might allow or conduct weddings.

    • SteveP

      “Gay couples” can argue all they want; CoE said “No.” Are those “gay couples” mature enough to accept the answer or will they continue their juvenile tantrum?

    • chezami

      If you think the paper barrier of the first amendment is going to stop such people from trying to use gay marriage to punish the Church, you are dreaming.

  • Andy

    The money quote: “I am still not getting what I want.”
    (insert the bratty girl from Willie Wonka who wants an oompa loompa)
    We think we have protection from this silliness in the US, but I’m sure they’ll attack our tax-exempt status soon enough.

    • Irksome1

      Perhaps the Church ought to voluntarily give up her tax-exempt status. That’s what Bob Jones University did, and it’s getting along admirably. Once free of the compromises that necessarily come from colluding with Caesar, the Church in America will find herself better able to preach a complete and unvarnished Gospel.