Drag Queens Mock Christianity
LA Dodgers are hosting a drag queen show for one of their games in June and the group is called the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. This group of men dressed as nuns perform with sex toys in one hand and a cross in the other hand. They do all they can to mock Christianity and promote many things the Word of God speaks against.
Imagine sitting with your child son or daughter and watching men dressed like cartoonish Catholic nuns, doing all they can to make fun of what you believe.
Welcome to the age of moral surrender. Corporate America doesn’t really fear the reaction of Christians in America. It’s the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence they fear. And, be sure of this, they are counting on the rest of us surrendering as well.
The Sisters like to do suggestive sexual acts in their performances. They even like to mutilate one of Jesus' phrases by saying "go and sin more." The Dodgers are even planning to give them an award.
I thought we all are supposed to love everyone. This does not seem like love to me. This does not show love to the nuns around the world that serve others sacrificial. This does not show love to all the Catholics in the world or anyone who follows Jesus. This does not show love to all those who have been sexually abused and are part of the #metoo movement.
Maybe it's time to get back to Jesus' kind of love. A love that cares for the widows and the orphans and the poor and the abused and the unborn and the sick and the dying. Maybe it's time to love like Jesus who spoke to a prostitute, who changed the life of a rich tax collector, who freed a women possessed by demons. Maybe it’s time to love like Jesus who loves those stuck in sin enough to die on a cross for them so they can be free from their sin. Maybe it's time to love like Jesus.
I’m pretty sure the Dodgers highlighting the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is showing love to no one.
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Pastor Chad was born in Appleton, WI. He attended Appleton East High School and Concordia University in Chicago. Chad graduated from Concordia University as a Director of Christian Education in 1996.