A NC Restaurant Owner’s Audacious Behavior

A NC Restaurant Owner’s Audacious Behavior January 15, 2013

I’m absolutely astonished at the behavior of a North Carolina restaurant owner who actually handed a handwritten note to a lesbian couple after they ate at his restaurant, telling them that they need to pray that God would “open their eyes” to their sinful condition.

A lesbian couple said an owner of a restaurant handed them a letter condemning homosexuality as they were walking out of the building.

Ariel and Shawnee McPhail said they went into The Stingray Café, on 520 S. Front Street in New Bern, and ate a meal there on Dec. 4. But they said as they were leaving, the restaurant’s owner, Ed McGovern, handed them a letter that stated God’s opposition to homosexuality. The letter reads as follows:

“God said in the last days that man and wom[a]n would be lover of self, more [than] the lover of God.

That man and woman would have unnatural [affection] for one another. Then, the coming of the Son of Man, who is Jesus. So please, look at your life. See how it hurt[s] everyone around you. And ask the Lord to open your eye[s] before it [is] to[o] late.

The Love of Christ

P.S. my daughter also was gay. It destroy[ed] her life and my grandson.”

Here’s what I think should be done here. Every gay couple in the area should go there at the same time, sit down and order something really small, like an order of french fries. Then when they leave they should each give him a letter telling him that he should go to college and get an education, which might free him from the bigoted views of his false religion.

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