Pastor David Whitney, a Christian Reconstructionist — that is, Christian totalitarian or fascist — who helps lead the Institute on the Constitution (as they imagine it to be), gives his theocratic interpretation of the Democratic platform’s call for LGBT equality.
Their platform states, “We support a progressive vision of religious freedom that respects pluralism and rejects the misuse of religion to discriminate. … We will also promote LGBT human rights and ensure America’s foreign policy is inclusive of LGBT people around the world.”…
So their party platform would have us not act as Jesus Christ will act, not distinguish right from wrong, and by respecting so called pluralism, we will then never warn people headed for eternity in the lake of fire that their eternal immortal soul is in grave danger. In other words they would have us not help people understand the laws of the universe, not be able to distinguish between right and wrong. In essence then the Democrat platform condemns evangelism and discipleship which are the calling of every true Christian. They are saying that faithful obedience to Christ is the “misuse of religion.”
And further they say that the violation God’s Holy law in regards to sexual morality is a human right. The platform states, “We will also promote LGBT human rights and ensure America’s foreign policy is inclusive of LGBT people around the world.” That is they claim we have a right to do what God says in wrong. That humans have the right to sin.
And they are so devoted to this Satanic vision they intend to force every nation in the world to comply with it through the means of bribery of those other governments with U.S. Foreign aid and Foreign policy to promote sodomy.
Uh, David…we do, in fact, have the right to “sin.” We do have the right to do things that your God allegedly forbids, if the Bible is to be believed. In fact, that right is explicitly guaranteed by the Constitution that you claim to support but are utterly clueless about. Ironically, the First Amendment to the Constitution quite explicitly guarantees the right to violate the very First Commandment by allowing people to worship other gods. So apparently the founding fathers shared that “Satanic vision” of human liberty. Pretty much eliminates your bullshit interpretations, doesn’t it?