We Should Stand Against Evil Tide of Gays
Galveston Daily News,
March 6, 1999
Box 628, Galveston, TX 77553
By Ken Barber, Special to The Daily News
I am writing in concern of the many pro-homosexual articles I have read in the past
several months in your paper.
To begin with, homosexuality is not a natural alternate lifestyle. God made Adam and
Eve, not Adam and Steve, nor Annie and Eve. If you knew anything at all about that
lifestyle and the utter depravity of those who practice it, you would be utterly appalled
at the idea that anyone would even think of adopting a child to these perverts, let alone
defend it. They are all child molesters.
In the next place, sodomy is not only an abomination to God, but it is also against
state law; therefore our "chief of police" and our city council are conspiring
to break state law. I'm referring to the "hate crimes" article during the
"hate crime victim's" vigil. Councilman David Bowers is a sodomite, self
confessed. That makes him in violation of any oath of office he may have taken, the police
chief being a party to it.
Now then, in regard to the sodomite hotel. Everybody better grab your little boys off
the beach. These guys love fresh meat. They will molest your children. No matter how much
they would like you to think they are normal, they are not.
As for the city accepting every sin that comes down the turnpike for financial gain,
God will not be mocked. Romans 1:27, "and likewise also the men, leaving the natural
use of the women, burned in their lust one toward one another; men with men working that
which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompense (payback) of their error
which is meet (fitting)." Verse 26 also includes women doing the same.
I'm sorry if no one likes what God says. Please, for your sakes, stand against this
evil tide. Be not partakers in another man's sins. He is coming to judge all who practice
unrighteousness. Now and in eternity.
A final word from the Bible, Romans 1:32 "who knowing the judgment of God, that
they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure
in them that do them."
Ken Barber is minister at Grace Baptist Church in Galveston.
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