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Love the Sinner Hate the Sin

Why I Can't Say 'Love the Sinner/Hate the Sin' Anymore

Micah J. Murray | Posted 03.02.2014 | Religion
Micah J. Murray

It's a special sort of condescending love we've reserved for the gay community. We'll agree to love them, accept them, welcome them -- but we reserve the right to see them as different. We reserve the right to say "them" instead of "us." So I'm done.

Love The Sinner, Hate The Sin? A Very Personal Homophobia

Cindy Zelman | Posted 07.08.2013 | Gay Voices
Cindy Zelman

Here I share a story about a friend who loved me but who thought me a sinner. I want to know which kind of homophobia bothers you more: the loud, sign-carrying kind, or the more intimate kind?

Loving the Sinner, Hating the Sin

John Corvino | Posted 06.02.2013 | Gay Voices
John Corvino

Baby steps. That was my reaction to the Easter weekend comments of Cardinal Dolan, the affable Archbishop of New York, about gays and the Church. I give the man credit for taking a more positive and welcoming tone. But it's also a sign of how low the bar is set.

'Hate The Sin, Love The Sinner' Not Enough

Reverend William E. Flippin, Jr. | Posted 05.29.2012 | Religion
Reverend William E. Flippin, Jr.

We can no longer, just hate the sin and love the sinner but deliberately through action dismantle the bullying, the stigma, the prejudice and the discrimination.

The Irony of 'Love the Sinner But Hate the Sin'

Aaron Anson | Posted 03.04.2012 | Gay Voices
Aaron Anson

Should we love both the sinner and the sin? For Christians to hate either one or both is to hate oneself. Our greatest enemy is the one we look at in the mirror each day.

"Love The Sinner, Hate The Sin" And Other Modern-Day Heresies

Rev. Patrick S. Cheng, Ph.D. | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Rev. Patrick S. Cheng, Ph.D.

I believe those Christians who "hate" LGBT sexualities and gender expressions while allegedly "loving" LGBT people are nothing more than modern-day gnostics, who were condemned as heretical by early Church theologians.