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March 24, 2010

Gay Protesters in Boston Even More Obnoxious Than You’d Expect

Exodus must be doing something right - they’ve managed to enrage these protesters in Boston, who took out their frustrations on Park Street Church. Notice the chants and the tactics, such as at 2:10 when activist Chris Mason holds up a bullhorn to a window with its siren at full blast. What courage. What integrity.

Be sure and check the link for photos, protester bios, and more. A reminder - once again - that it’s not about tolerance.

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No, it’s not about tolerance.  It’s about silencing anyone who would remind homosexuals that they are willfully suppressing the truth.  They desire to create one uniform public voice of acclamation in hopes of drowning out the voice within.  If everyone says the accusation is wrong, then the accusation must be wrong.  Or at least that is the theory. 


[1] Posted by carl on 3-24-2010 at 09:36 PM · [top]

So nice to see they believe in free speech—er, something like it, maybe, sort of…
...or as Nat Henthoff once said, “Free speech for me, but not for thee”.

[2] Posted by DavidSh on 3-24-2010 at 09:39 PM · [top]

These creatures are no different than those we find in Genesis 19. Perverse, proud, God rejecting - and very aggressive about it.
I think Carl makes a good point; God has shown them from the creation that homosexuality is a perversion of Gods order (Romans 1), and a sure judgement awaits those who pursue such activity (Jude 7).

The loudness of their voices is at least in part an attempt to drown out the voice of God as He attempts to bring conviction upon them. But to still the conviction of the Holy Spirit in this world results in everlasting torment in the next.

[3] Posted by GSP98 on 3-24-2010 at 09:53 PM · [top]

They’re not more obnoxious than I’d expect…I used to live there.  At times, “hellhole” would be an understatement.

“Forgive them, Lord, for they know not what they do…”

[4] Posted by Anti-Harridan on 3-24-2010 at 11:27 PM · [top]

Notice the chants: “Ex-gay, NO WAY. Don’t believe them anyway.” and “Ex-gay, we don’t want them anyway!”

I am confused. Do ex-gays not exist, or do they exist but we should treat them as pariahs?

[5] Posted by robroy on 3-25-2010 at 04:31 AM · [top]

Why are they threatened? What about Exodus so offends them? If there a group that claimed to be able to make tall people be short, I might be weirded out, but it would not offend me (6’3”). Is what they are afraid of that their sexuality which is not genetic but is immutable, not so graven into the stone?

[6] Posted by Matthew A (formerly mousestalker) on 3-25-2010 at 05:11 AM · [top]

“We actually have videos of everything, officer.  We went over and we looked into the windows…”

[7] Posted by Elder Oyster on 3-25-2010 at 05:53 AM · [top]

Heck all the church has to do is hang a disco ball and put on some thumping dance music outside, and this whole thing would have been dispelled as quick as it started.

[8] Posted by midwestnorwegian on 3-25-2010 at 08:14 AM · [top]

“Ex-gay, NO WAY. Don’t believe them anyway.”

Ironic.  Gender can by force of will be changed through the application of surgery, artificial hormones, and appropriate dress, but homosexuality once adopted is immutable.  The inconsistency is staggering.  It is also very understandable.  The protester says to himself: “Homosexuality can’t be abnormal for him, because then it might be abnormal for me.  The ex-gay must be lying or self-deceived, because the alternative is unthinkable.”


[9] Posted by carl on 3-25-2010 at 08:19 AM · [top]


[10] Posted by CL on 3-25-2010 at 08:24 AM · [top]

One of the most striking things while reading Scott Lively’s new book Redeeming the Rainbow, is that all founders/leaders of the the gay movements here and in Germany were molested as children or teens. Sexual abuse is the most common cause of homosexuality. And that’s the most revolting aspect of activism like this: they don’t want to end the cycle of abuse, and hope that it ends with them. They want to perpetuate it.

[11] Posted by SpongJohn SquarePantheist on 3-25-2010 at 11:31 AM · [top]

here they are again at Wheaton College:

[12] Posted by Wilf on 3-25-2010 at 12:40 PM · [top]

#11 - exactly.  That’s the really amazing thing about homosexuality…and in some ways it makes it hard to understand why the homosexual leadership is so militant about their cause…except that once you “feel” a certain way it’s very painful to change, even if change is needed.

[13] Posted by B. Hunter on 3-25-2010 at 12:55 PM · [top]

Paul observed that the Truth of God is written on every human heart and these protesters know that Truth. Their toxic and futile rage is against that Truth from which there is no escape.

[14] Posted by ElaineF. on 3-25-2010 at 05:17 PM · [top]

#13 They actually accept the abuse transforming it into an “initiation” if it was same sex abuse. They somehow transform it into part of discovering who they truly are.

I think the mind can do some very bizarre things, including rewriting the past into something less painful, something that seems to make more sense.

With women I would be willing to bet that the abuse is nine times out of ten of the opposite sex kind.
Why else adopted the “I’m really masculine not feminine” defense mechanism as if to say “See I’m not really a girl, you don’t want me.” or what about the over-identification with the stronger less vulnerable sex to the point where they can’t be “comfortable” in anything except men’s clothing?

I say all of the above in genuine sympathy for the pain that these folks went through. That doesn’t mean that we have to accept the propaganda and the tactics though, does it?

[15] Posted by StayinAnglican on 3-25-2010 at 06:19 PM · [top]

[16] Posted by Jim the Puritan on 3-25-2010 at 07:22 PM · [top]

Remind me, what is the difference between groups like this and Westboro “Baptist Church,” other than the Westboro folks know not to trespass on private property?

[17] Posted by Jim the Puritan on 3-25-2010 at 07:30 PM · [top]

For another look at a queer Jesus, just in time for Holy Week, take a look at:

Most impressive. NOT!

[18] Posted by Ralph on 3-25-2010 at 08:58 PM · [top]

The irony of their “protest” too is that they were simultaneously insulting Park Street Church….AND trampling on the graves of many of America’s most notable patriots and puritans in that particular “Granary” graveyard.  No less than Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Endecott (1st Gov. of Mass.) and even Mother Goose are buried in those hallowed grounds.

A generation ago, no one would consider protesting in a graveyard, let alone THAT graveyard…not to mention protesting a church, ANY church.

[19] Posted by banned4Life on 3-26-2010 at 02:05 PM · [top]

Stunted, arrested emotional development; I’m reminded of a crowd of petulant junior high schoolers.

[20] Posted by aterry on 3-26-2010 at 02:36 PM · [top]

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