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Video || Jimmy Carter: Jesus Would Approve of Gay Marriage

I dunno. I’m not only not a theologian, but I’m Jewish, so I have no authority to speak on this. I probably shouldn’t even comment on what Moses would think, although I have a hunch.

One thing I can say for certain is that Jimmah looks and sounds pretty good for 93. Think of it. The man was elected president 42 years ago, and he’s still going strong.

Some of you may remember little Amy Carter. She’s 50.

H/T Breitbart.

11 thoughts on “Video || Jimmy Carter: Jesus Would Approve of Gay Marriage”

  1. Um, Jesus Christ never mentioned gay marriage or even thought of it to my knowlege, but if Carter wants to believe it, Ok, whatever,sure.

  2. Didn’t Joy Behar say that anyone who hears God or Jesus speaking to them, needed mental help? I guess it depends on which political party the listener belongs to.

  3. I am a Christian, not a theologian, and have read the bible. I know that former President Carter used to be a Sunday School teacher. I guess he has forgotten Matthew 19:45 where Jesus referenced one man/one woman in the context of marriage. That’s it. There’s nothing/nothing in the Bible to indicate Jesus “would approve” of gay marriage. Quite the opposite, in fact.

  4. Oh, and Keith? Moses (and Mosaic law) definitely condemned homosexuality! Now, there is a big difference between condemning an action and condemning the person. Jesus loved everyone regardless of who they were, their status or what they did. He came for EVERYONE.

  5. I’ve been through the Bible a few times. I don’t think Jesus would approve of gay marriage. However, he would find a way to accept homosexuals. One tragic event in my life was when a great kid, a nephew of a good friend if mine, committed suicide. He was a (closet) homosexual. If there was a little bit more understanding and some sort of acceptance (of people), I doubt this would have happened. I’m as straight as an arrow, but that was wrong, and it was a result of our culture’s lack of acceptance.

    1. Good point! We can read in Mark 2:17, “Jesus heard them and answered, “People who are well do not need a doctor, but only those who are sick. I have not come to call respectable people, but outcasts.” Jesus was continually harassed by the religious elite because of the company he kept namely tax collectors and those who didn’t jump through the hoops the religious leaders placed upon the people. However, Jesus told those who He found leading sinful lives like the women that was brought to Him by a crowd ready to stone her because she was a prostitute, “Woman, where are your accusers? Has no one condemned you? No one, Lord,” she answered. “Then neither do I condemn you,” Jesus declared. “Now go and sin no more.” (John 8:10,11) That is accepting the sinner but not the sinful choice they made.

  6. Since the 1990’s homosexuals are included in the national religion of nondescrimination by force of law years after their successful lobbying to remove said behavior from official classification as aberrant sexual preference & through all subsequent media/academic/cinematic mind control. Carter is a perfect example of a near centarian who -from age 10 to his term as president (roughly 1935-85)- would deny ever thinking the Son of God would countenance pimping original marriage into ‘same sex unions’ but has been disinfo-LSD’ed into changing his mind as well as the mind of Christ. If Carter’s current mind-set is what above-ground churches now teach in Sunday school, then there are no men.

  7. Certainly not a religious scholar here…Two teachings come to mind though…Christians should obey man’s law….They should despise a person’s sin while loving the person. That leads me to think that he would speak against the lifestyle while caring for the individual, and let earthly matters to man…

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