Religious Wrongs are claiming that being required to attend diversity trainings or not being allowed to harass gay students is against their religion. They are claiming that they are being persecuted in this country.

Persecuted? They don’t know the meaning of the word! Try being told on a daily basis that you’re going to Hell. Of course, if you’re one of those right wing so-called “Christians”, you think somehow you have a right to judge someone else’s life. Seems to me, that Jesus didn’t approve of us judging each other. If you’re going to talk the talk, you need to walk the walk and these “Christians” can’t take step one to follow Jesus.

Jon Davidson who is the legal director of Lambda Legal said, “What if a person felt their religious view was that African Americans shouldn’t mingle with Caucasians, or that women shouldn’t work?”

“Christian” activist Gregory S. Baylor “says he supports policies that protect people from discrimination based on race and gender. But he draws a distinction when he argues that sexual orientation is different — a lifestyle choice, not an inborn trait.

Baylor went on to say, “Think how marginalized racists are. If we don’t address this now, it will only get worse.”

What? You wish to speak against an entire group of people based on the fact that you don’t like the way God made them and you’re worried about “Christians” being marginalized?

But, ignoring the bigoted view that gays have made “lifestyle choice”, how would Baylor feel if someone took offense to the way he drives his car?

To run this point further home, can I go to work and preach to my co-workers about the evils of drinking? Drinking is a lifestyle choice, if I know that a co-worker drinks — even if it doesn’t interfere with his or her work — can I continually tell them what a horrible habit it is and how they shouldn’t drink?

What about smoking? If I know a co-worker smokes, can I bring pictures of lungs ravaged with cancer into work and hang them on their cubicles? Can I hang them in mine? Isn’t that showing a lack of tolerance that is required for people to be able to work together to get a job done?

How is that different from hanging anti-gay signs in your cubicle?

Sitting next to a person who is gay and being tolerant is NOT being “anti-Christian”, it is being Christian.

Let me remind the “Christian” fakers, Jesus wouldn’t be sitting with you when breaking the bread, he would be sitting with those who are truly marginalized b society and ntrulyyy persecuted. That isn’t going to be the ones who only think they’re being marginalized and persecuted, he’ll be with the ones who really are.

I’ll bet my spot at Jesus’ right hand for all eternity on it.

God Bless.