Quote of the Day: David and Jason Benham

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“With all of the grotesque things that can be seen and heard on television today you would think there would be room for two twin brothers who are faithful to our families, committed to biblical principles, and dedicated professionals. If our faith costs us a television show then so be it.” — David and Jason […]

  • catherine

    There is no place for persons of faith in America anymore. You either believe what mass media tells you to believe or you don’t get a voice. It doesn’t speak well for the direction of this country.

  • Eric

    *Yawn* Wake us when you have something more to offer than whining.

  • Earthling

    It is a loosing argument. The discriminating zealots are innately incapable of looking at themselves objectively from a 3rd person’s view-point (i.e., can you step outside yourself, your own shoes and your own myopically subconscious old-world mentality??!!) and really see what is going on?! ONE PLANET ONE PEOPLE!

    It’s laughable that these people would profess Christian love for man (and presumably women, and egalitarian behavior), yet condemn one’s life-style in the name of their Almighty Creator. Question for the zealots and seculars… How many times in the New Testament (which by the way WAS WRITTEN A FEW HUNDRED YEARS AFTER JESUS’ DEATH, by MAN no less) where Jesus makes reference to homosexuality vs. love for all, and, love the sinner not the sin, love thy neighbor, etc., ad nauseam??!! Go on… count each and every instance of both, I dare you!! Zealot hypocrites suck rocks out loud!! They are on the wrong side of human history.

  • Earthling

    If one believes what the mass media tells them, then one is a village idiot. I choose to be free and critical thinking individual. What say you?

  • Dave

    Leviticus 18:22…”Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.”

  • Karin

    So one can not profess to be Christian without agreeing that anything you want to do is just fine and dandy, as long as that’s what you want to do? ROTF! The “if it feels good, do it” philosophy. I’m guessing you love your children(minor or adult) AND agree that anything they choose to do is A-ok. I love all of my adult children but I do NOT agree with everything choice they make.

  • Eric

    Really? Still lobbing proof-texts like hand grenades? Even after they’ve been diffused and shown to be irrelevant?