Praise be to the LORD
God, the God of Israel
who alone does marvelous deeds. Psalm 72:18
No offense intended to the author of this
blog entry, or for the one who asked the initial question, but, if Christians
are so dead set against bullying, harassment, etc., then why do you constantly
promote it towards GLBT kids? If you are so dead set against bullying, harassment,
etc., against people per se, then why don't you come out against those who are
doing the bullying, etc..., instead of joining in? The National Day of Silence
is helping to promote peace between people who otherwise couldn't or wouldn't
agree on anything. If Christians want respect, then they need to show it first.
Thank you, Kyle - 19, Pennsylania
We received an interesting response to the post regarding the National Day of Silence. His comment and question appear above.
Thank you, Kyle, for commenting. First of all, I want to re-emphasize what was said in my post regarding violence and unkind treatment of others. It is wrong to be hateful, to mock and hurt others, regardless of their sexual persuasions. Such behavior is simply not an option for Christians who represent Christ.