Buddhist nun accuse anti gay Christian group for violating human right, ur thought?
It is well known many radical Christian groups in the west are not just anti gay marriage, but is anti gay, some even want to legalized killing gay, which they succeed in Russia. Buddhist monks and nuns, including Dalai Lama have traditionally support gay human right and preach tolerance, (some even support gay marriage), but rarely directly attack anti gay Christians, but in a debate hosted in Taiwan, we for the first time saw a famous Buddhist nun attacking a western Christian priest/anti gay leader, for his anti gay arguments and get more outrage by the priest, as she speak
by Susan Keeping8 years ago
These things always make me laugh, oh the hypocrisy...http://network.nationalpost.com/NP/blog … -club.aspx
by peter56522 months ago
What do u think of these Buddhist statement towards both Christian gay hater and gay people.Responding to tension between Church and gays, Buddhist nuns Taiwan Taipei once release these statements to both groups 1...
by Jason Menayan5 years ago
Quite a powerful story:http://www.danoah.com/2012/04/a-teens-b … e-gay.htmlI think this explains why so many of us are bothered by the "hate the sin, not the sinner" nonsense that many right-wing...
by SpaceShanty4 years ago
The quote on Google's home page appears to be critical of Russia's anti gay laws.
by thirdmillenium7 years ago
Anti-Christ is not one entity or a single person.Christian churches, one and all, have forgotten Jesus' teachings and have twisted true facts of Bible completely out of shape to suit their ...
by David Stillwell4 years ago
There seems to be such a focus in the forums between homosexuality and religion/god that I am now curious about whether or not gay people can be Christians in the same context as straight people can be Christians?
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