College Student Video: God is Gay and Mary a Lesbian

This video is going sorta' viral. And it's just so stupid. I mean just so stupid. This college student from North Carolina is just saying random things that sound like things liberals like to hear and it's been linked a bunch of places and has about 100,000 hits.

Sadly, this is the state of many of the young today. They are not educated to think soundly and they are not learning their faith. They are being brought up to revere political correctness over all else. Logic is subordinate to feelings. Always.

This should not be a surprise as so many of us handed over our children to be educated by those who hate what we believe. Our children are exposed to damaging cultural influences from a very early age.

This video itself isn't important. It's a blip. Don't even feel the need to watch it, except if you want to be barraged with a strange mixture of arrogance, self-righteousness, and stupidity - kinda' like an interview with Bob Geldof. But I think it's pretty typical of the thinking of many. And by "thinking" I mean generally putting together ideas in no discernible logical fashion with the sole intent of making oneself feel good.

I truly believe Western civilization is in a downward spiral. There are always some undercurrents of hope but for the most part we're just circling the drain at this point.

In the past, it seems to me, that people who hated what Christianity left the faith. But now they stay, they seek to subvert the faith, change it. Now they're saying they're actually the true Christians and those who think in the "old way" are bad Christians and hateful.



  1. WHO is not educating young people? The unknown sperm donor? The government check? The television? The aging priest who still lives in a NeverLand where it is always 1968? The personality cults (with guitars) that have replaced mainstream Protestantism? The American People, of whom only 50% vote in presidential elections and none of whom votes in school board elections?

    Nah, it's all the fault of the faithful Catholic teacher who passed up the better deal pushing trolleys in the Wal-Mart parking lot in order to try to pass on civilization.

  2. To paraphrase, the Gnostics ye shall always have with you. "Those who think in the 'old way' are bad Christians and hateful" is Manicheanism, is Catharism, and is to an extent Freemasonry and Mormonism. This attitude is older than the second part of the Talmud, by at least two centuries. The Gnostic is a conspiracy theorist, who has to say that there is some secret doctrine by which some thing, seemingly evil, is actually good; and some combination of cosmic and human evil has worked to keep that doctrine from being known.

    Come talk to me when they openly acknowledge that there is an objective moral order, and then openly circumvent it. This ain't Europe, remember. This is North America. Remember what the most powerful state native to this continent made the centerpiece of its ideology—did you know cannibalism is the strongest taboo Uto-Aztecan peoples have? That was why the Tenochca Alliance did it.

  3. It never occurred to me to even think that God had a specific sexual orienation? There is only one God, so who would God like... date? OK that's just strange.

    Just trying to outdo the 'PissChrist', I guess.

    Fine he's making fun and trying rile up Christians. That doesn't make him intelligent, just a jerk.

  4. two groups tend to do this:
    1. the people who truly hate Christianity and want to destroy it by any means necessary. Dawkins style mockery. Mislead. Deceive....Hmmm. Sounds like someone we know.

    2. THe other is those who claim to be Christians, but really seek to recreate God in their own image. THey make themselves as the gods. TO do so means recreating all that which defines good and bad to fit their values....Hmmm...this also sounds like someone we know.

  5. Slam poetry itself is a good indication of the decline. It's incredibly narcissistic: I can't bother to construct a careful work of art; just let me project my own identity through a sloppy rant.

  6. If I had been there, I may have taken a page from my holy namesake's up, smacked him in the face, and yelled to no one in particular, "Anathema sit!"


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