Christians not afraid to lose integrity in defending Paul Cameron
Paul Cameron's latest lie is starting to get a little traction, but not without a high degree of criticism.
And this is good.
In the past, he has been able to slip his lies through without courtesy of correction. But this time, he is getting lambasted, as he should, by people who are aware of his history.
What concerns me are those who, while knowing Cameron's history, are willing to excuse his lies. I took the liberty of posting a litany of his offenses to several so-called Christian sites which published his latest press release.
In one area, I am in the middle of a small war. No matter how many times other folks and myself point out his bad history and lies, there are some people willing to give his lies the benefit of the doubt.
They have this image of themselves as besieged by the enemy in a culture war. Apparently the American Psychological Association, the American Sociological Association, and anyone who dares question the distortion of their own research by Cameron are working for "the enemy."
Go here and here to see what I am talking about.
I makes me sad. Not because of their beliefs that homosexuality is a sin, but because how these people are willing to sacrifice the integrity of their faith.
Their mindsets seem to be "homosexuality is a sin, so anything that portrays gays and lesbians in a negative light is, in the long run, correct."
A very Machiavellian way of thinking, but the last time I read the Bible, Jesus never talked about Machiavellian tactics.
These people underscore just how religion has been highjacked in this country by slicksters who have replaced the image of Christ with their own ideas of superiority and conquest.
But like I said before, all is not bad. This piece (click the link) is probably the best smackdown of Cameron I have ever read.
I almost can't wait for him to come out with a new lie.
Almost, but not quite.