The Young and the Godly
the last paragraph:
This new form of aggressive Christianity is predicated fundamentally on the idea that reason is a dead end, and that justiﬁcation comes by faith alone. Monday evening, as a light rain falls on Red Square, and about 50 young people pray, I press James Hua on Shakina's social agenda. "Jesus loves everybody," he says when I ask him what he thinks of gays. "Our goal is to love people, we're not condemning people. However, that's not how God made people," he says.
I can't help but ask these questions:
am I losing my mind or is he and this program extremely hypocritical?
why the hell are you in school if reason is a dead end?
So... apparently God "made people" to tell other people how to live their lives the natural and perfect heterosexual form?
I recommend that Shakira should start new programs on halting masturbation and a ex-gay ministry to be congruent with their idea of what a godly message is.
has this guy ever even taken a human sexuality class?