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To decriminalise buggery would fly in God's face

Friday, April 20, 2018

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Dear Editor,

Jesus Christ had 12 disciples in His Cabinet when He was on Earth and none of them was a homosexual.

God wants us to bring homosexuals out of their unnatural practice of men with men and come into the natural realm of women to men; just as He created Adam and Eve.

In an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation about 10 years ago, former Prime Minister Bruce Golding was asked if he would allow gays to serve in his Cabinet. His response was: “Not in my Cabinet.” Golding should be credited for that. I was in total agreement with him.

Prime Minister Andrew Holness was asked a tough question of whether he would decriminalise buggery. But it seems like the prime minister wants to hear the views from other members in his Administration before he gives a final answer to that question.

Decriminalising buggery means to stop it from being illegal, in order for it to become legal. Would the prime minister and Jamaica stand for that? No way! Doing so would be flying in God's face. God's rules areagainst any form of homosexuality, lesbianism and gay marriages.

I hear some intelligent people saying that we should allow people to live the life they choose. And it seems like they want the buggery law to be removed and the act to become legal. And they seem to be going with the flow too. They fear man, but they don't fear God. Are we in our right minds?

Donald J McKoy

donaldmckoy2010@hotmail.com

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