Evangelist wannabe Dolly Parton has spent too much time in Hollywood.
She’s been cucked into following that weak, wimpy, turn the other cheek Christ.
An approval-seeking faggot wrote the following puff piece on Dolly’s views about faggotry.
In an interview with Larry King, the singer and icon and generally incredible human addressed her judgmental Christian fans in the way that only Dolly really can, saying:
“I keep saying, ‘If you’re the fine Christian that you think you are, why are you judging people?’ That’s God’s job. We’re not God, we’re not judges, we’re supposed to love one another, we’re supposed to not judge. I’ve got too much work to do in my own to try to do God’s work too. I just think that we should be more loving, more caring. We are who we are. If you’re gay, you’re gay. If you’re straight, you’re straight. And you should be allowed to be how you are and who you are.”
I always think the same exact things when I meet some Christian people who seem to be so full of hate, when their religion, at its core, teaches love and acceptance above all else.
Even though it might seem like, “Well, of course that should be the message,” it’s still so important for Dolly’s anti-LGBT fans to receive this message from her directly. She’s not being mean or judgmental towards Christians, which would obviously be hypocritical, but she’s also saying, “Look, let God judge, and leave them alone.”
In a world that’s still seeing so much violence against the LGBT community, it’s so important that more and more people are taught acceptance and love because that’s really what’s going to end the violence the community is experiencing.
Standing up to queers and their naked anal-sex-promoting gay pride parades would be what Jesus would do. Like he did in the temple with the moneychangers. At the least he would preach to them, telling them to go and sin no more.
Dolly’s picture of Jesus is off, says me. Am I wrong?
This article defends righteous judgmental Christians.
The last virtue of a decaying society is tolerance hippy2
Tolerance is a good thing. However, tolerance does not mean that we shouldn’t take a stand against evil. It seems that tolerance has come to mean that the majority must make whatever accommodations a loud minority demands. It often seems the more perverse the demand, the more effective the “tolerance” and “not-judging” card is in silencing the critics. We can let Western society wither and die for the sake of tolerance, or we can take a stand.