Hello pastor David i
have questions to ask you. Now as Christians we do not agree nor believe
in homosexuality. (1) However can homosexuals be Christians? (2) if god made us
in his image why does homosexuality exist? (3) can you be born gay?
(4) if we should love our people as we love yourself should we love homosexual
people as well? (5) why are fellow Christians so hard on homosexuals but we are
suppose to love every?
I am curious about these
questions because as a Christian i want to know how to act tore homosexuals. I
know i shouldn't condemn them but what should i do? Or how should i act around
are great questions and evoke intense anger, frustration, and fear for a lot of
people. I can't stand to think of all the homosexuals who have been hurt and killed out of stupid hate acts. So, I don’t talk about this lightly. I’ll just respond to each one in
order if that’s cool.
(1) However can homosexuals be
Christians? Yes. You said that “we do not agr…
David, Hope all is good for a Monday.. I have a few questions If
you dont mind. No rush on answering them. Question 1: I was interested in entering this short
film contest they do every year called Spaltterfest. Of course its horror type
movie contest, mostly people do gorey type shorts. having always been a
Horror/Gore-ish movie aficionado, curious on what your thoughts are on
making a film like this? is it Un Christian? I guess depeneding on whats
made. I told my wife I was thinking about helping someone out, and she replies
" as long as its not a bad subject" ..my reply was.. well it is
called Splatterfest. I would like to know what you think on this subject. Question 2: Free Will, Growing up and also alot from my wife
before, I would always here " God already knows your plans, before
everything you do, he already has your life mapped out and knows what you will
do" In my opionion that wouldnt be Free Will, is there any truth to
that by what you beleive?
In Northern Chile there exists
a very high plateau called “Chajnantor” (which means “place of departure”)
located in the Atacama Desert. It’s higher than most of the Earth’s atmosphere,
situated at around 16,500 feet.
At this incredibly high
location, it provides perhaps the best location on the planet to build a
telescope. In fact, that’s just what exists: it’s called the “Atacama Large
Millimeter/submillimeter Array,” or ALMA for short. As a radio telescope, it is
able to see and take pictures of various kinds of light waves that the naked
eye can’t see. It allows scientists to see parts of the universe that no other
telescope can see. The results are amazing.
There was an interesting news
bit on this telescope. (http://www.cbsnews.com/news/alma-peering-into-the-universes-past/)
A local Chilean physicist,
Eduardo Hardy, ALMA's director of North American Operations, spoke to the host
about how the radio telescope uses the dark
patches of the universe. In addition to taking pict…