NPR shared this link.
My comment on their thread:
There are many of us (Christians who understand that neither homosexual behavior nor gay marriage is condoned by God) who are joyfully setting a place at our Thanksgiving table for our family and friends who are gay. You will not hear their thoughtful, biblical, and informed explanation from NPR, however, which insists on airing slivers of their opinions or more likely simply shutting them out. Which is why this media outlet gets less and less of my listening ear. NPR, you are bent on presenting and inflaming a distorted view of Christians who follow the Christ who condemns both sexual immorality (all sex outside or man/woman marriage) and the pride to which I too easily succumb. NPR listener, if you have not heard from those Christians on this news source, ask yourself if NPR is giving you the whole picture. NPR programmers, I dare you to find someone who is walking the biblical line of holding fast to orthodox beliefs while extending genuine, sacrificial love to their gay family members. And give them more than five seconds of air time.
AsktheBigot Christian readers, the mainstream media is unwilling to accurately represent us. May we expose their loud bias as we throw the doors of our hearts and homes open to our gay family and friends this Thanksgiving.
(And if you want to know how to respond to the caucasian Jesus above who “didn’t denounce gay marriage”, this post should help.)