Irritated by growing gay acceptance across America, Reverend Mark H. Creech penned an unsavory article arguing against including sexuality in anti-discrimination laws. Religion, of course, remains the most valuable social – and apparently essential – characteristic:
To contend homosexuality or other sexually alternative practices are as worthy of special protections as religion is like saying feculence is as important to one’s person or the culture as food.
Just as food is essential to the body, religion is indispensable to the soul. Only worship can satisfy the highest and noblest aspirations of human nature.
By contrast, homosexuality is neither immutable nor a necessity to life. At best, it is a negative drive with serious complications for both the individual and the culture.
This guy should team up with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni. They’re soul mates!