Lilian99 posted a comment · Jun 15, 2019
Sin is sin, no matter how bad is it. The person who makes sin will go to hell, no matter how does he/she feel about his/her sin. <!--break--> The point is: a pride event is not the right place for anybody who wants to change. And gay people needs changing, saving and healing.
Lunalightadventures posted a comment · Jun 15, 2019
@ aspendougy Why do you say “worse sin”?
OmaW posted a comment · Jun 14, 2019
aspendougy Not quite correct on that idea of "if/then" scenario. Thank you, Dr. Brown, for speaking in clarity and hope.
aspendougy posted a comment · Jun 14, 2019
Dear Dr. Brown: Suppose a young teen gay person who is suicidal, goes to a gay pride event, and it makes him feel better about himself, and so as a result, he does not commit suicide. One could then say that for him/her, the attendance at the event was a good thing. It prevented him from committing a worse sin.