I liked Rosie O'Donnell better before she came out of the closet to announce that she is gay.
After school, my kids and my wife would eat a snack while watching Rosie's talk show. It was fun, entertaining and it was a television that seemed to espouse some values. She cared for people and it really showed. Then she made her announcement that she was a homosexual and everything had an edge dipped in a big dose of anger.
Now she's taking after the followers of Jesus Christ when she said:
"Radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America where we have separation of church and state."
- I wonder how much she knows about Jesus.
- Has she read the gospels?
- How much does she know about his birth, life, ministry, death and ressurection?
I went to church yesterday and I looked for radical Christians or followers of Jesus Christ. Maybe, it's my denomination, Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, but I didn't see any. I wish I had.
How do we react to Rosie and her statements? What would Billy Graham say to Rosie O'Donnel? My guess is that he would show her a lot of love and respect. He would try to pattern his response after the answer to "what would Jesus do?"
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