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US Radio host: Same-sex marriage laws might force a resurrected Jesus to marry a man

Linda Harvey, a host of the Ohio based Christian radio station WRFD has warned that the passing of same-sex marriage laws might cause Jesus Christ to marry another man.

The Christian radio host this month said that same-sex marriage encourages children to have gay sex and that gay people aren’t human and should therefore not be protected under the US constitution.

Now discussing the fact that under the implementation of same-sex marriage in some states have caused the words ‘bride’ and ‘groom’ to be replaced with ‘person A’ and ‘person B’, the host considers what would happen if Jesus came back to earth.

She began :”On official marriage documents, the words ‘bride’ and ‘groom’ were going to disappear. When advocates of homosexual marriage say how would two men or two women being allowed to marry change your marriage, here’s one way. Nonsense like this starts showing up and the legitimacy of man-woman marriage is automatically on defense against pretenders to the throne.”

She warned: “Homosexuality, far from being marriage, is always a grave sin in Scripture.”

Switching to Jesus, Mrs Harvey said: “A Christian concept that illustrates the unchanging standard of man and woman as the model for marriage: in the New Testament, Jesus is referred to several times as the ‘bridegroom.’ And when he returns, he will return as a bridegroom seeking his bride: the church, which is the body of all believers, also called the Bride of Christ. It’s a beautiful analogy.

“What happens to such a concept in a same-sex marriage? Does Jesus as bridegroom seek another groom? No, that would be a twisted and frankly offensive spin on a profound and marvelous concept.”

She concluded: “As Christians, we must never accept the idea of same-sex marriage. It certainly doesn’t work as sound Christian doctrine and it will be shown before long not to work as revolutionary secular law either.”

by Anonymousreply 801/13/2013

Well, if he comes back as a hottie and marries another hottie, what's the problem?

by Anonymousreply 101/12/2013

What a silly, silly fear mongering sow.

by Anonymousreply 201/12/2013

We already know he had a thing for John.

by Anonymousreply 301/13/2013

We already know that most of these anti-marriage-equality religious nuts are exceptionally moronic and lucky to have two functioning brain cells -- but this is beyond idiocy.

Not to delve too deeply into her flawed thinking, but what, exactly, does this say about her theology? A purportedly omnipotent God who created the universe is going to be forced by U.S. law into a same sex marriage? Really? Does she not realize that the bridegroom analogy is merely a reference and not a mandate?

That woman is quite stupid.

by Anonymousreply 401/13/2013

"A purportedly omnipotent God who created the universe is going to be forced by U.S. law into a same sex marriage?"

I love this.

by Anonymousreply 501/13/2013

That would be soooo Righteous!

by Anonymousreply 601/13/2013

[quote]Jesus is referred to several times as the ‘bridegroom.’ And when he returns, he will return as a bridegroom seeking his bride: the church, which is the body of all believers

What about male church members. Oh dear.

by Anonymousreply 701/13/2013

None of this would have ever happened if you bitches had just prayed to me instead.

by Anonymousreply 801/13/2013
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