Archbishop Tutu who died 2021 said that he would refuse to go to a homophobic Heaven.  Does he mean one where he would be required to be homophobic?  Or one that was homophobic though it let him in despite him being LGBT affirming.  Nobody sane believes him when he says he would rather go to Hell.  Who says Satan isn't homophobic anyway?  Isn't the reason Satan and his devils supposedly send gay temptations is that they admit its wrong and bad in the first place to act on being LGBT? And as Jews and pagans are LGBT, prejudice against Jews and pagans as instilled by Jesus and his Bible soon leads to outright homophobia.  It's a small step from hating a pagan gay for being pagan to just hating a gay.  And those who say they affirm LGBT often mean the LGBT in their own country and race and community.  They do not mean LGBT outside the boundary. They will never admit it.  Tutu only affirmed LGBT who sought and were in committed relationships which excludes the dignity of the polyandrous.  Touché.

If you are to love God most of all, it follows then that you are to hate sin for it is against him. If we are all sinners as Christianity says, then it follows that we are to love the sinner and hate the sin. If the person is not deliberately or knowingly doing evil, they are still doing evil and what they do must be hated as much as a sin is. If you love the person but hate the evil then you must have the right to discriminate against employing a person who is not living as your God requires. It is the evil you discriminate against and not them. This may be hypocrisy but it is Christian doctrine and so we point the finger and accuse that faith of being pro-discrimination. Christians who deny that it is pro-discrimination are simply ignorant. They are still supporting something bad.

The image of God doctrine is well known.  It says we are made to resemble our maker and to honour us to honour him.  God among other things is not a God of confusion we are told.  This leads to notions that if you are confused about your gender identity then the cause is not him.  Sin according to the Christian faith means to miss the God mark, to miss the mark.  It is mistaking your purpose.  It is mistaking yourself for a person you are not or mistaking the kind of person you are and are meant to be.  They end up defining repentance as more than just correcting a wrong behaviour but a wrong heart.  You turn yourself away from what you think you should be to what you should be.  You see your true self as God made you.  These principles alone justify opposing Christianity.  They are an unnecessary danger to trans at best.  They are a bigger danger perhaps to nonbinary people.
The nonsensical morality of the Church is pro-discrimination. For example, a woman who refuses to save her dying son by donating a kidney is admired for making her own choice and if she has an abortion she is an evil godless monster. With a ludicrous morality like that, you will not be terribly convinced that discrimination is wrong. You will feel that it is wrong for anybody to discriminate against you for your faith but you will hold that it is not wrong for you to do likewise for your faith is right and theirs is wrong.
Religious people discriminate against holders of different religious beliefs as bizarre as their own. The Catholic believes the bread and wine of Mass are really the body and blood of Jesus. If you believed that the door knob was really your dead father you would be considered mad and possibly dangerous. Religion is intrinsically bigoted and in search of special social privileges.
From what has been said, it is clear that even religions which do not discriminate lead to it. They don’t have to preach it when things will take their course in the way they want. Religion and suffering and bloodshed and division tend to go together.
Atheists have no fear of being friends with or marrying religionists for we have the knowledge of the truth.
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