UPDATE—Milo weighs in.
Milo notes that 96 percent of Palestinians view homosexuality as an unacceptable lifestyle choice. So do I, but I also have respect for the freewill of those who make that choice. It’s one thing to kill out of hatred. It’s something else to attempt to persuade out of love.
The attack in Orlando was all about hatred.
Quin Hillyer has a thought provoking essay over at PJ Media titled Trump Candidacy Poses Challenges for People of Faith.
I’m not sure we, individually, should be judging the Christianity of others. But I do think we should apply the test to ourselves. I will leave it to the consciences of others, and to God in adjudging those consciences, to determine if a candidate is so far beyond the pale as to put one’s own faith in doubt by supporting him. But I can look at the actions and statements of a particular candidate and say that I would violate my own understanding of my faith if I support him.
Read the whole thing.
Forgiveness doesn’t mean forget what happened. … If something is serious and it is necessary to take counter-measures, you have to take counter-measures.
—Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai Lama