Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby's Dangerous Homosexuality Confusion

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is fretting over the following (his statement):

...the vast majority of people under 35 think not only that what we are saying is incomprehensible but also think that we are plain wrong and wicked and equate it to racism and other forms of gross and atrocious injustice.

Source: Archbishop urges Christians to 'repent' over 'wicked' attitude to homosexuality - Telegraph

The youth have been systematically conditioned to think incorrectly on the subject. They have been brought up by the system to be unable to see the fact that two men buggering each other is a fundamental, self-evident error. They have been brought up to place license to sexual error above statements of fact and truth. They have been brought up to clamor for so-called rights to buggery and other acts while avoiding statements of truth, such as what I just said that two men buggering each other is a fundamental, self-evident error. They have been brought up to dance all about the truth and to simply cave into the temptation to agree with evil/error. They have been systematically mis-taught that homosexuality is harmless and that it is about love rather than confusion and quite often, even vastly most often, sexual lust a result of conditioning from abuse and neglect, not genetics or epigenetics. They have been brought up to misbelieve and to promote that there is no such thing as the slippery slope, which slippery slope is grossly evident already and becoming more so with each passing day.

Those are all things that the Archbishop apparently never understood or is allowing to slip from his mind because of his dread at his church losing so many followers to the very evil he appears to be embracing. His is exactly the way souls are lost, his included. Rather than convince the youth of their misguided ways, he is leading to allowing them to shepherd. Rather than showing the obvious differences between racism and anti-homosexuality, he has begun to cave in. He was obviously not a good choice for Archbishop. He is obviously mentally and spiritually too weak to withstand the lies coming out from the dark side, the homosexual side. He needs to repent to regain whatever strength in Jesus he had. If he can't stand up to the liars, he needs to step down and be replaced by one who can and will.

Mark my words. If the world is to be saved, there will need to be an overwhelming backlash. It will need to be by the youth of today who will come to rue the day they were duped by the siren song, the Piped Pipers, of homosex and all manner of other sexual errors. They'll rue it because many of them and their children and children's children will experience great pain and suffering that they would otherwise not have had it not been for the false propaganda of the homosexual activists.

Compassion is right. Violence is evil. Truth is real love, not homosex.


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