Prof Says There is Something Homo-Erotic About Christian Men Who Say They Love Jesus
Yep, I’ve said it before and will continue saying it: we live in a time and culture where everything is sexualized.
The trend continues:
I am right wing, and I spend a large amount of time criticizing fellow right wingers on this blog for their views on marriage, their idolization of the nuclear family, and other subjects.
However, left wingers (liberals, progressives, moral relativists), and some homosexual rights activists (and I assume this prof in the story is left wing) are equally, if not more, moronic or perverted on topics than right wingers are. This is another example.
I wonder what this loon thinks of hetero females who confess love for Jesus? They do exist. Is he going to suggest that hetero female Christians have burning burning lusty love for Jesus? What a creep.
- Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson responded to the ongoing “Duck Dynasty” debate Monday with his signature nonsense.
Rejecting any comparison between civil rights icon Rosa Parks and “Dynasty” star Phil Robertson, Dyson argued that by basing his beliefs in religion he was “making Jesus co-sign all of this bigotry.”
Religious texts like the Bible shouldn’t be taken seriously, Dyson argued, because “there’s a lot of interesting things” in them.
Men who profess to love God above all women sound “interestingly homoerotic to people who are outside your religious traditions,” Dyson said. “I’m not suggesting it is but I’m suggesting that there are some very interesting, subtle, narrative tensions within the Bible itself and within Christianity beyond that.”
So, he has no concept of “brotherly love,” any time a male professes caring and concern for another male, it’s really a covert interest in penis- in- anus action, or the male in question really wanting to snuggle with another male and profess undying, romantic love? Really, huh?
I’m guessing the prof also sees five year old girls in Mickey Mouse shirt and short outfits as being flirty with grown men and just begging to be fondled?
One of the reasons (of several) I so thoroughly object to the “homosexual rights” type nonsense as much as I do is precisely because it leads to the sexualization of each and every male on male (or female on female) friendship or interaction.
If you are a hetero, single woman, you are loathe to buddy around with another woman, or else be branded or thought a lesbian.
God knows you (as a single hetero woman) can’t pal around with single or married men, lest folks think you are banging one or both men.
Every single freaking relationship is under the sex umbrella of suspicion, which isolates Christian singles even further than they already are.
- (TRUTHREVOLT.ORG) — Monday’s The Ed Show was guest hosted by MSNBC contributor Joy Reid, who kicked off the show discussing Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson’s comments about homosexuals and black Americans before the Civil Rights movement in a recent interview with GQ. Reid welcomed Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson, whom she praised for his knowledge on American history and Biblical theology.
Reid started the segment saying that the Bible can be manipulated to support any argument. She admitted that the Bible views the act of homosexual activity as a “sin” but also said, in her opinion, that the Bible is also anti-Christmas trees. Reid used Jeremiah 10:10 for her “The Bible is against Christmas trees” argument, which she read before showing a clip of Phil Robertson cutting a Christmas tree in a scene from the A&E show.
Dyson then continued,
Look through the Bible, there’s a lot of interesting things. The same men who sat up in a church of all men ‘I put my God, Jesus over all women, I love Him more than I love her!’ Hmmm… do you really? That sounds interestingly homoerotic to people who are outside your religious tradition! I’m not suggesting it is but I’m suggesting there are some very interesting narrative tensions within the Bible itself and within Christianity beyond that.
Related posts, this blog:
(Link): How the Sexual Revolution Ruined Friendship – Also: If Christians Truly Believed in Celibacy and Virginity, they would stop adhering to certain sexual and gender stereotypes that work against both