Funny I just logged back on and here you are.
IF and that's a big IF, he had cared about school kids and not his own personal agenda, he wouldn't have called the names. Nor would he have mocked their beliefs.
But I will agree with you he taught them all a valuable lesson. I'm sure they'll remember him the rest of their lives.
You must be watching a different video. He never did that in video in the OP.
No, they ran away rather than confront their own insecurities about homosexuality by questioning the biblical false justification.They simply got up an left. Turned the other cheek, so to speak.
They were sheep, running in fear. Fear of intelligence and critical thinking.
Walking into a church and speaking would be rude. Just like walking out on a speaker because what he's saying challenges your beliefs. Sit back down and listen. Then think about it.
How do you expect to expand your mind if you can't think outside your own little sheltered world?
I'd bet you 50 bucks the majority of the walk-outs are not college bound. Good college profs challenge the class constantly.
No, they got up and left. They were most likely kids who believed in Christianity who had never done anything negative to a homosexual in their life. They were obviously not violent, hateful people...that's why they reacted so peacefully.No, they ran away rather than confront their own insecurities about homosexuality by questioning the biblical false justification.
No, they were quite brave, which is why they left peacefully without resorting to any kind of violence...verbal or physical.They were sheep, running in fear. Fear of intelligence and critical thinking.