Pete Buttigieg, a member of the doctrinally wayward Episcopal church and a practicing homosexual, recently brought a 9-year-old on stage to coach him into the gay lifestyle. And yet, Buttigieg claims that Christianity hurts people and he’ll do everything possible to stop it.
During a CNN Town Hall meeting this week, Buttigieg was asked what he would do as president to stop Christians from living by their beliefs.
Buttigieg responded, “And, here’’s how I think about religious freedom more broadly. And I feel this way, both as a citizen and as a person of faith. Of course, it is so important to the fabric of the country that people of every religion and no religion can practice their faith to the best of their conscience.”
The homosexual continued, “But, like any other freedom, that freedom ends where you begin to invoke it to harm other people. Just as the freedom of speech, or any other freedom, is constrained by that.”
He went on, “It is the same way with religious liberty. We respect, and I will fiercely defend, religious liberty — but not past the point where it is being invoked as an excuse to harm other people through this kind of discrimination.”
Buttigieg says he will “fiercely defend religious liberty” but not to the point that Christians can exercise their conscience in regard to homosexuality.
However, forbidding Christians from living according to their beliefs regarding right and wrong isn’t defending Christian liberty, but attacking it.
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