Sr. Moderator: DC, TDS, NSADD
- Mar 7, 2011
- The Belly of The Beast
I think that's a bit of a generalization. I don't know a whole lot about gnostic christians, but I've read a little bit of the nag hammadi scriptures. Interesting stuff and I'm sure there's more to it that I don't know.Indeed.
A Gnostic Christian will become a universalist, while Christians will become homophobes and misogynistic and discriminate without a just cause.
Strange how Gnostic Christians take the moral universalist high ground, while Christians continue to discriminate without a just cause.
Same bible, read differently and the right way as compared to how Christians read and become evil.
I pretty much consider myself a Christian, and am the opposite of a homophobe or misogynist. Obviously I don't represent all Christians and there are definitely discriminatory people in the group. If you read the Bible with those feelings already within you, then sure you can use it as a justification for your homophobia. But anyone with any sense who reads it, should be able to get the correct interpretation.
People that use the bible as a justification for discrimination are simply pricks who don't understand the message.