I’d Like the Definition of Equality, Please.


by Tina Drake

Where are the same sex marriage supporters now? Those who shout about tolerance and equality, as the main buzz words for their fight in recent social arguments? The supporters who made you believe they wanted a “kumbaya” moment of everyone having the opportunity to live out their lives in the way they choose. The same supporters you thought would be willing, even though disagreement, to support those who don’t believe in homosexuality and same sex marriage, because of equality. If backers of equality for homosexuality want tolerance and support, it would seem logical that this would be a commutative property type of formula. If someone wants their beliefs validated, then they should validate the other opinion also. That seems fair and equitable, doesn’t it?

But what is equality? It is “the state or quality of being equal; correspondence in quantity, degree, value, rank, or ability”.

Where is the equality now? Where is the tolerance for not believing the same way now? When homosexuals felt abused, mistreated, unequal, because Bible based believers openly shared the belief of such a lifestyle choice being against God’s plan, everyone screamed discrimination and inequality for rights and beliefs.

Equality never says we have to agree. It never says we have to live the same. It doesn’t even say we have to be supporters of, in this case, a way of life. What it does mean however, is if you are willing to fight for what you want, once you get, vindictive behavior is an unacceptable way to treat your neighbor, as revenge for years of inequality.

‘“It is mine to avenge; I will repay,” says the Lord’. (NIV Romans 12:19) So if those of us who believe in the Bible’s view of homosexuality have been wrong in our behaviors toward our fellow citizens, God will take vengeance. We don’t need to take it against one another.

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