Franklin Graham: Why I am boycotting Wells Fargo

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Franklin Graham, son of evangelist Billy Graham, addresses the crowd at the Festival of Hope, an evangelistic rally held at the national stadium in Port-au-Prince, on January 9, 2011. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Allison Shelley
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Franklin Graham, son of evangelist Billy Graham, addresses the crowd at the Festival of Hope, an evangelistic rally held at the national stadium in Port-au-Prince, on January 9, 2011. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Allison Shelley *Editors: This photo may only be used with RNS-FRANKLIN-GRAHAM, originally transmitted on May 20, 2015 or with RNS-CRUZ-COLUMN, originally transmitted on June 9, 2015, or with RNS-GRAHAM-REPUBLICAN, originally transmitted on Dec. 22, 2015.

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Being gay-friendly is not optional; it is a commandment from Jesus. But being an advocate for the gay lifestyle contradicts God's word.

  • Mike

    He’s nothing more than a clanging cymbal. If the fundies were actually following Christ, people would know it because they would look at least remotely like Christ. If they were Christians, they wouldn’t have to proclaim their religious identity so loudly because their actions would speak so loudly, nobody would be able to hear what they say.

    They’re not Christians.

  • Paula

    “I believe millions of Americans share my views,” Graham says. Fortunately, that number is growing smaller as I type, and he can’t even pretend to speak for all of us who are Christian.

    After hounding Duke over its efforts to support Muslim students and then announcing a silly campaign like this, Graham seems determined to be remembered as a hateful man. I suspect this was an effort at damage control. It won’t work.

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  • Larry

    Explaining his actions doesn’t make it look any less stupid. Moving his money from a bank with a gay-friendly commercial to one which sponsors Gay Pride parades and even held a gay wedding on premises is hardly a boycott.

    Using Facebook to announce it was even more brain damaged. The co-founder of Facebook being a major financial and political figure in LGBT causes. Franklin earns millions off the backs of gullible Christians and right wing political groups. He could have used some time and energy to do a little homework.

    He is trying to save face but is digging the hole even deeper. There is absolutely nothing to respect about Graham. He tries to invoke free exercise of religion but has attacked it in other faiths. He runs a charity known for actively antagonizing the communities it allegedly serves and strong-arming middlemen.
    http://www.examiner.com/article/no-pay-no-play-with-samaritan-s-purse-operation-christmas-child-toys

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  • Billysees

    ” …the Holy Bible is not subject to amendment or revision. ”

    But its application and interpretation is.

    Paul, in his honesty, says this about his own knowledge and understanding —

    1. …our knowledge is partial and incomplete…
    2. …we see things imperfectly…
    3. All that I know now is partial and incomplete…
    (1 Corinthians 13:9,12)

    He may even be speaking for scripture he didn’t write.

    Those are excellent examples that teach us that scripture is too partial, incomplete and imperfect to be useful for every situation.

    We therefore must reason out anything and everything in scripture ‘as necessary’, and that will help us to ‘effectively’ judge and evaluate a matter or people based on all reasonable, ‘current or modern’ attitudes, experiences and knowledge.

    The search for new and better ways of accepting and understanding a people or issues using scripture will never end.

    The continuing and modernity inclined work of the ‘Spirit’ is alive and well ‘in us’.

  • Doc Anthony

    Rev. Graham gave a well-written explanation, very straightforward and clear. It does indeed answer Eliel Cruz’s recent RNS rticle about the Graham boycott.

    Like it or not, Franklin Graham continues to prove that he is THE leader of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, and a top-drawer Christian leader he is.

    In the near future, after the Supremes have delivered their final blow, **many** Christians will simply give up on the gay marriage issue, and bow and kowtow to The New Baal whenever requested to do so.

    That’s just the way things go (for example, everybody saw how the Disciples of Christ openly collaborated with the Gay Gestapo in Indiana); it’s just how things are going to be.

    But Rev. Graham is showing that a clear, honest, Bible-honoring alternative IS available now, and will remain available even after the Supremes’ gay marriage decision. Christians can still stand up and fight. David need NOT bow and kowtow to Goliath !!

  • Larry

    LMAO! Graham just made himself look even more doltish with his little CYA. His attempts at a boycott have generated far more money for Pro-LGBT causes than had he done nothing.

    For all the millions Graham earns on the backs of gullible Christians and right wing political organizations, you would have thought he could afford to have a little bit of research done so he wouldn’t look like a complete idiot.

    “We simply chose not to continue doing business with a bank that is promoting something that violates our conscience and beliefs.”

    To go with a bank that is actively participating in something that violates our conscience and beliefs!

    In all fairness its nice to see him take money out of Wells Fargo. A bank which has contributed to impoverishing the working poor. That bank was notorious for both robosigning and underwriting a ton of sub-prime mortgages to minority communities. I find Graham hilarious, I find Wells Fargo loathsome.

  • Charles

    Someone should tell him that banks LOSE money on the interest on accounts, and make money from the interest on loans. (But perhaps he feels that a little confusion about the workings of secular financial institutions bolsters his credibility as an evangelical leader.)

  • Cranmer

    Unfortunately, Mr. Graham, the same Bible you use to discriminate and claim hate in the name of Christ, is also the very same sacred scriptures that millions of other Christians believe calls them to affirm and accept GLBT people. You do not speak for all Christians — and for that — I thank God!

  • Cranmer

    AMEN.

  • Doc Anthony

    Needless to say, the Gay Marriage Activists are NOT worried about any bank’s sub-prime issues. They are NOT concerned about minorities getting any fair shake from any banks.

    (You should not even pretend that the Gay Activists give a hoot about such issues, Larry.)

    The Gay Gestapo ONLY cares about the issue of who is daring to stand up against The New Baal, the issue of who is daring to oppose the Gay Marriage Religion.

    They only care about which Christian leaders or laypeople are daring to encourage other Christians to say that all-important, Bible-honoring “No”, out loud, when they are requested to capitulate or collaborate with The New Baal..

    One either chooses to capitulate to the Gay Marriage Religion, and therefore to serve that false and odious religion; OR one chooses to serve the God of the Bible instead, and therefore to refuse to accept (or even cooperate in the slightest) with the odious Gay Marriage Religion at all.

  • Eric

    “…which means we can oppose a TV ad promoting a home with an adopted child and lesbian parents while still loving those represented in the ad.”

    I think poor Frankie forgot the Christian meaning of “friend” and “love” many, many years ago. All explaining his pitiful excuse for a boycott does is give him yet another opportunity to turn the spotlight on himself and on the poor dupes who think he has something worth hearing. Like that shameless letter in the Washington Post the other day, this conservative argle-bargle tries, pathetically, to make the upcoming SCOTUS decision about conservative “Christians.”

    It’s actually kinda painful to watch these desperate pleas for attention coming from those who clearly can’t stand not being able to take their fears and prejudices for granted in public. Sad, but I sometimes fear that this sadness will sour into something angrier and more violent in the minds of some of the more unstable conservative rank-and-file.

  • “Wells Fargo went…to being a public advocate.. for a lifestyle we, as a Christian organization, believe to be biblically wrong”

    I would assume that being Muslim would also be considered “biblically wrong.” If the ad had featured a Muslim family, would he be boycotting it then too?

  • Eric

    “One either chooses to capitulate to the Gay Marriage Religion, and therefore to serve that false and odious religion; OR one chooses to serve the God of the Bible instead, and therefore to refuse to accept (or even cooperate in the slightest) with the odious Gay Marriage Religion at all.”

    Or, one could choose not to set up false and self-serving dichotomies in the first place. That would require coming to grips with a far more mundane reality and being honest about other people’s intentions, so I can see where bored, self-loathing, so-called “Christians” desperate for something to give meaning to their empty, consumerist lives might be slow to wake up for their arousing fever-dreams.

  • The Great God pan

    This looks like an awful lot of frantic hand-waving to cover up the clear truth: You didn’t fully research the bank you were switching to, and now you look a bit silly.

  • Larry

    (You should not even pretend that the Gay Activists give a hoot about such issues, Larry.)

    People don’t discuss the subprime mortgage meltdown too much here. Otherwise I would be chiming in much more often on the subject. 🙂

    Other than flinging poo, you are not doing much to show that Graham did anything remotely intelligent in his banking decisions or his statement.

  • Greg1

    Graham can do as he pleases. I myself am going to minimize my purchases on Amazon for similar reasons (gender neutral children’s clothing). We have entered into the twilight zone with all this LGBTB stuff.

  • Franklin Graham is only following orders.

    Jesus knows how to deal with people
    who won’t follow God’s laws against Homosexuality:

    “Bring to me those enemies of mine who will not have me as their King and EXECUTE THEM IN FRONT OF ME” – JESUS (Luke 19:27)

    I don’t believe God is real.
    But I certainly have no respect for those who mindlessly follow orders
    out of a ridiculous ancient book written by people who were so ignorant
    they did not know where the sun went at night.

  • Wow,Mike…imagine my surprise to learn that Almighty God had changed His name to…Mike?!

  • Show me chapter and verse where the Scriptures calls God’s People to…”affirm and accept GLBT people…”,Cranmer.And,show in these selfsame Scriptures how”affirm and accept”is defined.I await your reply.

  • John W

    “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another.”

    uhm…context Franklin?

  • Larry

    “render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.”
    Matthew 22:21

    ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater”
    Mark 12:31

    Discrimination and mistreatment of anyone, even gays is hardly love thy neighbor (Don’t give me that bullcrap about how hating gays is somehow showing concern for their eternal soul.)

    Civil laws choosing to affirm gays and their right to marry are not a concern of religion outside of your pews. It is not an excuse to violate laws and attack others in public through discriminatory behavior.

  • Larry

    Multiple choice, “You will know a Christian by their…..”
    A) Footwear
    B) Voting habits
    C) Skin color
    D) Deeds

  • Larry’s Other Face

    You don’t get to define who a Christian is. People identify themselves in such a fashion. That runs the spectrum of ultra liberal affirming sects to fascist Christian Identity sects. Even those who add an extra book of scripture, the Mormons. They are all Christian whether you agree with their beliefs or not.

    It takes a delusional fool to think their opinion has to be taken seriously as to which sects or people identifying themselves as Christan are “the real thing”.

  • Larry’s Other Face

    A. We render to God what is God’s — our ultimate loyalty to His word–and everything else to Caesar. The right to compel us to violate our faith is not Caesar’s.

    B. It is not loving to approve of sin.

    What else have you got?

  • Shawnie5

    Whoops — forgot to change my name back! 😀

  • Charles Freeman

    What your god demands, little person, is spelled out in your Bible, right? Killings, stonings, whippings are all in the ballgame of Christianity, right? Why do you ignore them? I really want to have you follow your Bible and murder someone here in the U. S. for adultery, disrespecting parents, blasphemy, etc., and then use the supremacy of your ancient mythology book as a defense in court. The works of Christianity do not supersede the power of the U. S. Constitution in this country. Numbers of Christians are going down in America and elsewhere because of idiocies and anachronisms like these. Your kind has murdered and threatened no afterlife to gain and retain power over millenia. You should recognize your errors and change your vision of the universe and its origins. Then, look at your gross morality and begin to figure out how all of us can survive and prosper.

  • Charles

    Is there an atheist Lent? Could one challenge Max to go forty days without quoting that verse?

  • Barry the Baptist

    Hilarious, Greg.

    Of all the legitimate reasons you chose to partially boycott Amazon, you have definitely chosen a boring one. And committed to it in an even more boring way.

    I can see the byline: “Local Man Spends Less Money on Amazon to Oppose Gender-Neutral Children’s Clothes.”

    And the response: “Amazon to Local Man: We Still Have Your Money”

  • shawnie5

    I’m not qualified to stone anyone for those things–I’m guilty of some of them, too. But I won’t play like any of them are a good thing.

    “You should recognize your errors and change your vision of the universe and its origins.”

    No, I don’t think I will, thanks just the same.

  • Larry

    To the troll quoting me:

    How is any of my former statement untrue or even somehow embarrasing?

    You know the old joke about the evangelicals in heaven.

    A man arrives at the gates of heaven. St. Peter asks, “Religion?”
    ]
    he man says, “Methodist.”

    St. Peter looks down his list and says, “Go to Room 24, but be very quiet as you pass Room 8.”

    Another man arrives at the gates of heaven. “Religion?”

    “Lutheran.”

    “Go to Room 18, but be very quiet as you pass Room 8.”

    A third man arrives at the gates. “Religion?”

    “Presbyterian.”

    “Go to Room 11, but be very quiet as you pass Room 8.”

    The man says, “I can understand there being different rooms for different denominations, but why must I be quiet when I pass Room 8?”

    St. Peter tells him, “Well, the Evangelicals are in Room 8, and they think they’re the only ones here.

  • Larry

    Cute Shawnie.

    You even weaselword Jesus’s commands.

    Loving is not mistreating people and actively trying to harm them. To tell me you are concerned about the sins of others is just the bullcrap you tell yourself and others so you can justify acting badly to others.

    Rendering unto Caesar would mean keeping your religious prejudices out of our civil laws. You would be carrying about open commerce without using your religion as an excuse for discriminatory behavior.

    All you are telling me is either you don’t understand those statements or just want excuses to ignore them. Christians are hypocrites, we all get that by now.

  • Larry

    Can Christians stop acting like they own our government?

  • Shawnie5

    Actually that was an old joke about Catholics–very old.

    But I was simply waiting for you to tell Mike the same thing you like to tell us when we exercise the discernment that Jesus told us to. I didn’t think you would in his case so I did it for you– and will do so agin when Max goes into his No True Atheist schtick. Not that I agree with your words, but atheist hypocrisy is too entertaining to let go to waste.

  • Shawnie5

    Love does not delight in evil but rejoices in the truth. Christian love (agape) is not a fuzzy feeling but a choice, a choice to seek God’s best for both ourselves and anyone with whom we come in contact. A refusal to participate in immorality is not more intended to “harm” anyone than a refusal of an invitation to adultery is intended to “harm” the would-be seducer. It is simply refusal either to sin or facilitate someone else’s sin.

    And you would NOT like to live a world whose civil laws are completely untouched by Christian influence. Caesar never had a right to what belongs to God, but in this country Caesar is us, and some of us belong to God, and we have as much right to vote our consciences and have them respected as you do. In fact, that’s what our founders counted on, knowing that human nature tends to abuse liberty.

  • Larry

    You do realize I was jokingly quoting Jesus with the multiple choice to LCR, right?

    I think Mike is correct. My response supports his. You are just ranting. Whatever.

  • Larry

    Yes shawnie you are a hypocrite who adds conditions and alterations to very simple concepts coming directly from the person you claim is the center of your religion. I get that already.

    Full of excuses not to follow a very unambiguous bit of Scripture. This is why people leave churches.

    Your Christian influence is fiction. I owe nothing to people with your take on religious belief. As of now fundamentalist Christians are more subversive to democratic ideals and rule of law than all other groups.

    Discrimination is not moral, principled, or an act of exercise of religion.

  • Shawnie5

    Of course you do…because, as your quote demonstrates, you are an atheist hypocrite.

  • Shawnie5

    “you are a hypocrite who adds conditions and alterations to very simple concepts coming directly from the person you claim is the center of your religion.”

    It looks that way to you because you have no familiarity with the entirety of the gospels. You’re exactly like my old friend from HuffPo who claimed to be “well-versed” in scripture but obviously had never read anything beyond a few “hallmark card” verses and would give the cyber-deer-in-headlights at the mention of anything else. To really uncover the treasures of scripture you have to do some homework–if you’re not too lazy, or too afraid, that is.

  • Fran

    Mr. Graham’s boycotting certain businesses will NOT change the world, but God’s kingdom or heavenly government can and will (Daniel 2:44: Isaiah 11:1-9; Revelation 21:3-4) for the BEST!!

    He will probably be disappointed by that fact.

  • Diane Becton

    I have to wonder why it’s okay for gay/lesbian activists to promote boycotting businesses that don’t agree with their lifestyle, but it’s NOT okay for Christian organizations to boycott businesses that promote such lifestyles. The gay/lesbian population can bully a bakery that refuses to make a cake for a wedding ceremony that they think is out of harmony with their religious choices, but a religious group, (there are more than just Christian sects that disagree with the lifestyle, and I remind you they punish severely for that choice) can not choose to pull THEIR funds from a bank that supports something they are opposed to. smh! Now, how is that right?

  • ben in oakland

    When so-called chirstians threaten a boycott, it’s freedom of religion and spreading god’s word.

    When gay people do, it’s bullying.

    this whole mini-rant is just self-serving nonsense.

    “there are more than just Christian sects that disagree with the lifestyle, and I remind you they punish severely for that choice). Really? WHO?

  • Greg1

    I’m not sure what is so funny? I used to spend loads of money at Amazon; now I only shop there when I can’t get what I need elsewhere (i.e., out of print books, etc.), and if everyone here, including Larry and Ben would do the same, then we could start a movement, and have a real impact. That is how the gay lobby has gotten as far as it has; they’ve taken something which is repulsively unnatural, and repeated it so many times that people have begun to agree with them just to get them off their backs, and now we have something equivalent to a plague spreading to all parts of the world. So yes, Barry little things can become huge, (remember the mustard seed?).

  • Greg1

    Well Ben, you are a very docile person, but some of the gay activists are outright bizarre, and obnoxious. Most of the insults here are aimed at the latent and in your face flagrant gay men and women, who go out there to picking fight after fight. I think someone has said it best here once before: if gay people would just do their thing and not be so in your face screaming for their right to “marry” then nobody would have a problem with some sort of legal agreement. But to desecrate marriage the way they have been squaring off on it, well then don’t complain when the 350 lb gentle giant returns the punch.

  • The Great God Pan

    You seem to be confused. Nobody has stopped Franklin Graham or anyone else from withdrawing their money from Wells Fargo. He already did it. It’s a done deal, and nobody really cared except to point out that his ineptitude led him to deposit his funds in another “pro-gay” bank, which is pretty funny,

    Not sure why you think Franklin Graham “cannot choose” to do something that he has, in fact, already done. Maybe you have been watching too much Fox News and thus do not know the actual facts of the matter?

  • ronald

    Amen, Sister Diane! We are truly living in the End Times when Franklin Graham is thrown in prison for boycotting Wells Fargo but the gays can stage “sex ins” at Chick Filet and nobody does anything!

    STay strong, my sister in Christ! Prepare for the day when Obama’s thugs come door to door to take us Christians away to the FEMA camps! I read at Charisma News that the day is fast approaching!

  • dmj76

    Ronald

    The first time I read your comment above I was sure you were being sarcastic. Then I thought about some of the other non-sarcastic comments our fellow RNS fans have made, and am no longer sure.

    ??????

  • ronald

    I feel you, brother. People keep accusing me of being a troll when I am just speaking the truth of God’s loving plan. Even my fellow CHristians here call me troll, and I am just saying what they’re saying! It’s truly a fallen world when the truth is called lies, and it’s the Prince of Lies himself who has pulled the wool over everyone’s eyes!

    OH, Heavenly Lord let your light shine down and dispel Satan’s shadows of deceit!

  • Ben in oakland

    ” I used to spend loads of money at Amazon; now I only shop there when I can’t get what I need elsewhere…”

    It is rare that anyone actually “needs” anything on amazon. All you are demonstrating is that ambrose bierce was correct in his definition of morality: that which is convenient.

  • Ben in oakland

    And if those black people would just sit in the back of the bus, go to their own coffee shops, and use their own water fountains, life would be so peachy keen for white bigots.

    In other words, how dare we consider ourselves the equal of a good Christian heterosexual? And what exactly were Christians of your ilk doing before marriage equality? Oh, yes. sodomy laws, adoption bans, don’t ask don’t tell, and blaming us for every ill in the world.

    desecrate marriage? My marriage desecrates yours? Hmmmmmmm.

    Your 350 pound gentle giant is simply hot air in a large balloon. And it’s losing, and big time.

  • Ben in oakland

    Ronald is a poe troll. He’s just better at it than the real trolls. Personally, I like him.

  • The God of love is also a God of wrath. His holiness demands that sin be punished. God made it clear in Genesis (Sodom and Gomorrah) which attribute this invokes from God. Are we so foolish to actually think that because man has changed his mind on this that God has changed? Really? Repentant homosexuals God will help. Those who are unrepentant have made their choice. Yes their CHOICE, which they make everyday that they do not repent. “Come to Me all who are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest”…Jesus The highest suicide and drug abuse rates remain among the homosexual community. Why is this never discussed? Liars, Liars! Calling it gay, when many of them are miserable to the point of suicide. God is not mocked. You cannot fight God! Repent, turn to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and know His awesome forgiveness. His peace will follow you and you will know the truth and be set free as you abide in Him. God Bless

  • Greg1

    Not at all, Ben. They are just doing what is considered to be marketable from a business perspective. But if enough people pull back, then they will see the decline in sales, and think twice before doing it again. It is all about marketing, and markets. Nothing personal from either their perspective, or mine. But if I can get an item elsewhere, then I will do it. And I’m sure others are doing the same.

  • ctaya

    Greg, yes, you can minimize (or even stop) purchases on Amazon or anywhere as you like. That is your right. By the same token, do not take away the rights of LGBT.

  • Greg1

    The LGBT acronym actually links people who have very little in common with one another. How does it go? The enemy of my enemy is my friend? Anyway, LGBT acrimonious speeches and outbursts are silly. These people have the same rights as everyone else. The last time I checked, the 14th Amendment to the Constitution applies to all human citizens, with the exception of those in the womb.

  • Be Brave

    For an example of lots and lots of “clanging cymbals” all one needs is to observe a gay pride parade. Whether in some poor city subjected to that licentious circus, or as something out of place in a Christian Church somewhere.

    Graham is holding the line that Jesus taught and the Apostles all followed.

  • Be Brave

    Larry,

    people of your kind support gay pride because you know it is antithetical to Christian life.

    Anything that can damage Christians, as you seem to desire above all else, has to be supported by the bad guys.

    Graham is holding the line preached by Jesus.

  • Richard

    Utter convoluted nonsense! Christ NEVER called us to hate. Our common catch-phrase is “Love the sinner. Hate the sin.” And, precisely where in the Bible, did Jesus condemn homosexuals? Changing banks because they donate to causes their customers espouse is a mite compared to the mismanagement and rapine greed of Wells Fargo. Families ruined and uprooted by falsified foreclosure documents. Mortgage modifications falsified and Federal mortgage programs ignored or defeated. This might be a good reason to leave Wells Fargo. But Mr. Graham finds those vile sins of greed and lies, completely acceptable. Complete travesty of my understanding of Jesus teachings, Mr. Graham.

  • Richard

    Mormons are NOT Christians. They add too much to the Grace Message, and are thereby anti-Christ. Oh yeah, that and the blasphemy that Christ and the Devil are brothers, oh, and the lie that Joseph Smith, NOT Jesus Christ will be the judge of mankind . . . little details like that. This sure is a open minded discussion.

  • Larry

    And yet the few Christians you chime in with POV’s different from your own go unchallenged by you (Mike, Richard, Eric).

    Right, you don’t like discussing interpretations of belief with fellow Christians. They don’t really exist to you. 🙂

  • Billysees

    Cranmer,
    That’s a nice compliment…..thanks.

    And while I’m here, I’d like to add that I think its reasonable to apply the following to help us realize the importance of new and better things we’re always searching for —

    …forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forth to those things which are ahead……….Philippians 3:13

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  • Kent Harris

    Sin – transgression of God’s law.
    We oppose gay marriage on the premises that God opposes gay marriage. Let me remind you that among other acts according to God homosexuals will not enter the kingdom of heaven.

  • Kent Harris

    Evil comes in many forms. Take Sodom and Gomorrah and God destroying them because of their homosexual behavior. Christians are obligated to obey God and not man.

  • I still disagree with Dr. Graham. But after reading his explanation I respect that opinion a great deal more.

  • Tim

    1 Corinthians 6:9-11New King James Version (NKJV)

    9 Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived. Neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor homosexuals,[a] nor sodomites, 10 nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners will inherit the kingdom of God. 11 And such were some of you. But you were washed, but you were sanctified, but you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus and by the Spirit of our God.

    Hmmmm… Sounds pretty COMPLETE to me!!

  • Tim

    1 Corinthians 6:9-11New King James Version (NKJV)

    9 Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived. Neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor homosexuals,[a] nor sodomites, 10 nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners will inherit the kingdom of God. 11 And such were some of you. But you were washed, but you were sanctified, but you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus and by the Spirit of our God.

    Hmmm… sounds pretty COMPLETE to me!!

  • Tim

    1 Corinthians 6:9-11New King James Version (NKJV)

    9 Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived. Neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor homosexuals,[a] nor sodomites, 10 nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners will inherit the kingdom of God. 11 And such were some of you. But you were washed, but you were sanctified, but you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus and by the Spirit of our God.

    This seems complete.

  • FlyEagleVA

    Mormons are NOT Christians, regardless of what they call themselves.