“There's not one single paragraph on the New Testament that shows Jesus was against Homosexuality. If we had to decide solely on the scriptures Jesus was closer to being pro-gay given that he used to hang out with 12 dudes telling them how much he loved them.”
WHISKERS2 on Nov 6, 2012 at 21:08:48
“The Bible teaches that Jesus is the Son of God. Sent to the earth to accomplish two things. To prove that a man can obey God even till death and to experience first hand what it feels like to be human so he and the others taken from the earth will know first hand how to rule the world of men when The Kingdom of God takes over the rule of this planet.
Daniel 2 NKJV - Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream - Now in the - Bible Gateway
Now being the son of God and also being a Jew, he knew quite well the law of the Jews and specifically knew that Homosexual behavior was a grievous sin and punishable by death during those days. It is very doubtful any Homosexuals were among the Jews and no need to mention this. Besides, there is very little written on his three year ministry. What is written is so small that it is more like a weeks record and not a full three years.
So maybe he did discuss it. Not everything he spoke about is recorded. For that, you would have to have volumes of books like several encyclopedias.
There are many who changed their behavior due to his words of life and correction.
He came as a doctor would come to the home of a sick patient. To help only but not to get their sickness.
He clearly expected you to change and behavior which was not in line with how you”
Oct 13, 2012 at 13:55:51
“I'd rather see Muse screw up live than finding them lip synch their live performances. There's been a few times when Dominic had started playing the drum part of one song, and then Matt plays the riff for another. They are human, but that's the joy of watching an authentic live show.”
Oct 13, 2012 at 13:50:04
“As a Muse fan all I have to say is that if you don't like the album DON'T BUY IT, and look for something else that fits your taste more. Muse are 3 incredibly talented musicians, and while 'The 2nd Law' might not be their best work, they still took a big chance at trying something different. I give them props for that.”
Oct 13, 2012 at 10:32:52
“Gotta love the comments still comparing them to Radiohead. Muse has moved past the Radiohead shadow a long time ago. Seriously, do you think Radiohead is that good still? Did you even listen to 'Kings of Limbs'?”
abuja19 on Oct 14, 2012 at 14:55:55
“Kings of Limbs was good. It was unconventional, but good.”