3 comments on “X-Men: Mutants Have Rights, Too

  1. Well I guess its only a problem if you think the bible was written by god rather than people making things up. 😉

    Personally if the son of god didn’t find it important enough to mention it I figure it’s not a big deal.

    I found all the X-men films pretty meh other than the most recent reboot.

  2. In regards to the Bible being written by God, that’s too broad a topic to discuss here, but if you’re interested in discussing that you can email me (loganrjudy@gmail.com).

    As for Jesus mentioning it, there are a few things to be said. First, it would be completely unrealistic to assume that the gospel accounts of Jesus would outline every single scenario of what is and isn’t considered sin. Secondly, Jesus Himself said there were important things beyond what He himself said. It was ultimately what God said that He put the most importance on: “I do nothing on my own authority, but speak just as the Father taught me.” – John 8:28.

    So it follows then that, seeing as God and the Father are one, anything “important” enough for one is important enough for the other. Romans 1 shows that homosexuality is a sin in God’s eyes, making it a sin in the eyes of Jesus as well, since they are one. If you take one of them you have to take the other, that’s the whole point of John 8. Obviously, homosexuality is a big deal. It’s a very big deal.

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