Thursday, December 04, 2008

Hate is hate, period.

Hate is not moral disagreement. It is not hateful to oppose gay marriage, or to support it. But hate can crop up on all sides of the political and the religious spectrum.

This is a link to an account, on Thinking Christian, of an attack on a church by gay fanatics. But the problem isn't the church or the gays, it's the hate. Period.


Ilíon said...

"... But the problem isn't the [this or that], it's the hate. Period."

What utterly non-sensical kumbayah pablum.

'Hate' is good ... and necessary ... in the correct context.

'Hate' is bad ... and harmful ... in the incorrect context.

Ilíon said...

Your kumbayah pablum is self-contradictory, which is one major reason that it's non-sensical.

You are, after all, nebulously hating "hatred" and attempting to enjoin others to do likewise.

Victor Reppert said...

Hatred, last I checked, was one of the seven deadly sins. But at least it's not homosexuality.

Ilíon said...

Intellectual dishonesty as the "refutation" of a mild criticism of error. What a novel concept!