Alright Catholics, it’s time to convert to Islam. There really is no other alternative left.
AP News reports:
Pope Francis criticized laws that criminalize homosexuality as “unjust,” saying God loves all his children just as they are and called on Catholic bishops who support the laws to welcome LGBTQ people into the church.
“Being homosexual isn’t a crime,” Francis said during an exclusive interview Tuesday with The Associated Press.
Despite saying God loves everyone “just as they are,” Francis still refers to homosexuality as a sin:
Francis acknowledged that Catholic bishops in some parts of the world support laws that criminalize homosexuality or discriminate against LGBTQ people, and he himself referred to the issue in terms of “sin.”
But if God loves everyone “just as they are” and homosexuality is a “sin,” then, based on what this kooky pontiff is saying, it would mean that God loves sin.
But he attributed such attitudes to cultural backgrounds, and said bishops in particular need to undergo a process of change to recognize the dignity of everyone.
“These bishops have to have a process of conversion,” he said, adding that they should apply “tenderness, please, as God has for each one of us.”
Bishops need to go through conversion therapy? You know what that means…
On a serious note though, isn’t the Pope going a little too far with this papal decree?
Some 67 countries or jurisdictions worldwide criminalize consensual same-sex sexual activity, 11 of which can or do impose the death penalty, according to The Human Dignity Trust, which works to end such laws. Experts say even where the laws are not enforced, they contribute to harassment, stigmatization and violence against LGBTQ people.
The fact that 67 countries are still actively trying to implement God’s prohibitions on earth must really be upsetting Pope Francis.
In the U.S., more than a dozen states still have anti-sodomy laws on the books, despite a 2003 Supreme Court ruling declaring them unconstitutional. Gay rights advocates say the antiquated laws are used to justify harassment, and point to new legislation, such as the “Don’t say gay” law in Florida, which forbids instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in kindergarten through third grade, as evidence of continued efforts to marginalize LGBTQ people.
Not teaching kindergartners about sodomy and lesbianism is a apparently a human rights violation. What’s next? Will it soon also be a violation of Catholic papal doctrine?
The United Nations has repeatedly called for an end to laws criminalizing homosexuality outright, saying they violate rights to privacy and freedom from discrimination and are a breach of countries’ obligations under international law to protect the human rights of all people, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
The United Nations calls for a lot of things. So what? De-criminalizing homosexuality is a slippery slope which eventually leads to things like forcing LQBTQ propaganda on kindergartners and primary schoolers, telling them they might actually be gay or born as the wrong gender. Eventually, it leads to women proudly having sex with dogs.
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All of the countries around the world can see clearly where opening the doors to Qawm Lut eventually leads. They’re not going to fall into the same psy-op trap of:
“Oh, we just want to be gay in private.”
Only the brute force of the liberal Western hegemony can coerce the different societies of the world into accepting this Satanic proposition. And the Vatican is saying, loud and clear, that they are agents of the very same liberal Satanic force.
Francis quoted the Catechism of the Catholic Church in saying gay people must be welcomed and respected, and should not be marginalized or discriminated against.
These “sinners” “must be welcomed and respected”‽
Tell me, Mr. Pope, did God “marginalize” Sodom and Gomorrah?
Did He “discriminate” against them?
I’m genuinely curious, isn’t having at least some sort of basic, passing familiarity with the Bible like a job requirement for being the pope?
Francis’ remarks come ahead of a trip to Africa, where such laws are common, as they are in the Middle East. Many date from British colonial times or are inspired by Islamic law.
Actually, the criminalization of homosexuality dates back to the beginning of the human species and to the beginning of civilization. It is a fact that humans are naturally disgusted by homosexual behavior. This has been confirmed by numerous studies. This disgust reaction is universal. It’s not some invention of British colonialism or Islam.
Though, that being said, it is important to note that in our times it is only Islamic Law that remains true to human nature.
On Tuesday, Francis said there needed to be a distinction between a crime and a sin with regard to homosexuality. Church teaching holds that homosexual acts are sinful, or “intrinsically disordered,” but that gay people must be treated with dignity and respect.
Bantering with himself, Francis articulated the position: “It’s not a crime. Yes, but it’s a sin. Fine, but first let’s distinguish between a sin and a crime.”
“It’s also a sin to lack charity with one another,” he added.
Wow, it looks like the Pope might actually be a fan of Yaqeen Institute? He certainly seems to be stealing some of their lines.
You can just hear the Compassionate Imams reading from the same script.
“It’s just like any other sin.”
“We must be gentle and treat everyone with love and respect.”
“We can’t push people away.”
“Hudud? What hudud?”
Also, sins are crimes. In fact, sins are the greatest crimes. They are crimes against God. They are crimes that have been committed by breaking the laws of God.
The pope’s comments didn’t specifically address transgender or nonbinary people, just homosexuality, but advocates of greater LGBTQ inclusion in the Catholic Church hailed the pope’s comments as a momentous advance.
What an outrage! The Pope forgot to mention transgenders! And non-binaries! He also forgot the furries and the Minor Attracted Persons!
Why is the Catholic Church so hateful and exclusionary? Where’s the compassion?
“It is a demonic mystery of the human soul why so many men and women have a profound and visceral animus toward members of the L.G.B.T. communities,” McElroy wrote Tuesday in the Jesuit magazine America. “The church’s primary witness in the face of this bigotry must be one of embrace rather than distance or condemnation.”
So, the real “demonic” mystery is why people have a “visceral animus” towards people that are engaged in sexual licentiousness, mutilation of genitals and pedophilia? Alright mate. You keep telling yourself that.
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Anyway, the Catholic Church is clearly finished. Soon they’ll be allowing female priests, followed by openly gay and lesbian priests. Why even bother talking about “Catholicism” at this point when you can just go around making up whatever you want based on your feelings and liberalism like Francis has been doing? Liberalism has dominated all religions besides Islam. It seeped in gradually, over time, and now it decides what these religions teach and stand for.
I invite all Catholics to learn about and embrace Islam. It’s about time that you joined the winning team. We Muslims will welcome you with open arms, and we will continuing fighting against the scourge of liberalism together.
Waiting for our Christian brothers and sisters to join the religion that respects Jesus (peace be upon him) more than Christianity does.
To whoever uploaded the image for Pope, I see what you did there 😀
Brotherhood is on the basis of din.
When Christians don’t follow the Bible they call it being tolerant.
When Christians see ‘Issa (Peace be upon him) get disrespected and their whole religion mocked and turned into a joke, they call it being tolerant, unlike us “filthy” Muslims who actually believe in Allah and his messengers and are willing to die for it.
When Christians are told about their sins, they say only God can judge, yet they don’t follow any rules because “Christ died on the cross for our sins”.
Islam is the way.
“Why don’t Muslims reform their religion like everyone else?”
Because our religion came from our Allah. To change the commands of Allah, there must must be someone with greater authority, which is laughably absurd. Those who have changed thier religion are missing either real god or real faith or most probably both. Our religion is immutable for one simple reason: because our God is real.
Daniel said: “Alright Catholics, it’s time to convert to Islam. There really is no other alternative left.”
This has been the case since RasulAllah sal Allahu ‘alaihi wa salam announced his prophethood.
Be very careful with your sarcasm, Daniel, lest you inadvertently cross over into kufr.
… and that’s been the case with all of mankind and jinnkind.
wait, hold up
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Well, he said sodomy is a sin but shouldnt be punished by the state which makes more or less sense for a Christian because christianity (unlike islam, judaism or hinduism) doesnt have a code law.
Islam doesn’t have code law either, I don’t think codification means what you think it means sister
and Christianity did actually have codified law because they needed it when the Christian’s were actually in charge of their lands
Brother I have a question, in a stream with Sheikh Lotfi where you both discussed guns and gun laws in Islam you said that if there was truly a way to wipe firearms from existence completely you would do it, but I really think you didn’t put that much thought into this statement (and not just because I completely disagree with most of what was said about restrictions during the stream) I don’t think we should get rid of guns because they’re a major EQUALIZER
example: if a pregnant woman is attacked by 2 men or even 1 man, if she has a gun she’d be able to defend herself more effectively then if she had to use her hands or a knife, or if an old man is attacked by young men, he couldn’t match them physically but if he has a gun the fight is now equal and there are numerous example of stuff like this, even one where a pregnant wife saved her husband from 3 or 4 attackers using his AR15 or a man who stopped a mass stabbing with his handgun, thoughts?
This fringe example is outweighed by the millions of people who wouldn’t have died if guns and other modern weaponry didn’t exist.
Try to slash 30 people in a few minutes with a sword. The thing would get stuck in the flesh of you victims, people don’t die instantly you need many cuts, they can struggle and fight back with basic things…
Guns are not an equalizer.
If guns and bombs (including atomic bomb) didn’t exist, we would have conquered the World and got Palestine back in 2 days.
When someone says that sodomy is fine, you need to go to a therapist (not a secular one though)