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Um, there are examples of men marrying each other in Jesus’ time.
Personally I don’t think Jesus would have listened to Pat Robertson.
What a dodering old fool! Keep it up, Pat; people think religious loudmouths like you are idiots: “Stereotypes exist for a reason.”
Well of course he wouldn’t have baked one.
After all he was a carpenter, not a baker.
Pat decries homosexuality and abortion because they impede human reproduction? SO DOES OLD AGE!
@blakes2010: What I’ve said before when people ask if Jesus would have baked a cake for a gay wedding: of course he wouldn’t. Everybody knows that at weddings he supplies the wine.
Hold on, the headline is wrong. It says Pat Robertson thinks.
“They would have been stoned to death. So Jesus would not have baked them a wedding cake nor would he have made them a bed to sleep in because they wouldn’t have been there.”
Other people who wouldn’t be here if we followed the laws of the Bible: adulterers, women who lie about being virgins to their husbands, female rape victims in cities (because apparently had she not wanted it she would have screamed and been saved), people who work on the Sabbath and anyone who curses either of their parents among many many others. Don’t see anyone claiming we should stone any of those people or deny them any rights.
Also in regards to stoning people I believe Jesus actually said “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone” not “stone the gays” as that kind of went against his whole love everyone and don’t judge people thing. Funny how these “Christians” completely miss the point of Christianity and like to focus on everything in the Bible except what Jesus explicitly said.
Fred Phelps is waiting for you Patty. Hurry!
I just realized he’s the same age as Phelps.
(For whom I just saw a great obituary cartoon: St. Peter introducing him to his new roommates, Adam and Steve.)
Jesus can’t bake a cake! He’s a carpenter they said!
Of course the so-called Jesus would never have baked a gay,lesbian or straight wedding cake. And he would have never built a chair or any item made of wood. The Jesus of the Christian bible is a fictionalise character who never existed.
The historical Jesus of Nazareth was a carpenter, not a baker.
Actually Robertson is probably right on this one. Jesus would have done an all out spread. Of course, bread and fish, probably would have made the wine himself. After all, look what he did for the last supper and the consequences of that were far greater (at least for him) than a gay wedding.
How about a nice rugelach or some hamentaschen?
@nss9989: And, since Jesus was supposed to be without sin, he would have been the first to cast a stone and there is no evidence in the Bible of that ever happening. So, either Pat is lying or he knows something about Jesus that nobody else knows.
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