And I don’t mean the usual malicious homophobic, transphobic and anti-family fake Christian rhetoric we’re used to hearing from him. According to Google, Gary Randall‘s website downloaded malicious software without user consent when they tested his pages. You get the same message when you navigate to his website and his blog.
In his email and blog post from July 23rd Randall said he was going to take a few days off and not publish blog posts July 26-30. However, he reassured readers that
The work of our office will continue as usual…our office will continue to moderate your comments on existing blogs.
I guess he was winking at his cat when he promised that “office work” including blog moderation would continue while he was away.
For those wishing to witness Randall’s own brand of verbal malware before he gets around to disinfecting his malicious website, I’ve reprinted a small selection of his latest hits below the fold. [Updated!]Gary Randall, August 2, 2010 (via email):
Homosexual activists are energized and on the march this summer.
After taking a few days to rest and reflect and pray, observe and discern the ebb and flow of the raging cultural battle for the soul of America, our communities and future generations, it is clear that this is the greatest American battle in recent history. And the assault on the unborn child and the relentless attack on natural marriage and family leads the battle. It is a spiritual battle.
Those seeking to “normalize” homosexual relations and redefine marriage are, in my opinion, not seeking equality so much as affirmation of a perverted, chosen lifestyle.
Rebellion toward the Creator. …
The ancient book of Proverbs reminds us, “There is a way that seems right to a man, but in the end it leads to death.” Proverbs 12:15 (NIV)
God help us.
Resist. Reclaim. Restore. Rejoice.
Gary Randall, July 13, 2010:
I didn’t plan to even mention the gay parade because the important people who read this blog and support our efforts already know what it is and what it is about.
Gary Randall, June 28, 2010:
“We feel,” [Rabbi Yehuda Levin] says, “that Elena Kagan turns traditional Judaism on its head—from a concept of a nation of priests and holy people, she is turning it into, ‘Let’s homosexualize every segment of society’. And by the way, partial-birth-babies have no right to be delivered.”
Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Blessed.
Gary Randall, June 23, 2010:
First, keep in mind that because the homosexual agenda is moving slowly doesn’t mean there is any loss of commitment on their part to re-engineer the culture. It is the steadfast resistance by people of faith that holds back evil.
Secondly, there is an orchestrated effort to elect, not just liberal or progressive legislators, but homosexual activist legislators, both nationally and in individual states. Tim Gill and other wealthy homosexuals are supporting various political campaigns around the country of candidates who will vote in favor of homosexual “marriage” and its related agenda.
And a third thing. Equality should not be controversial. I agree. Equality should also not be confused with sexual preference. The demands of homosexuals do not equate to the civil rights struggles of African Americans. Legalizing and celebrating perversion must always be controversial. Equality for people of all races must never be.
Be Vigilant. Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Free. Be Blessed.
Gary Randall, May 22, 2010:
People of faith can oppose homosexuality and it’s advancement to deconstruct society by redefining marriage, without hating anyone, including homosexual advocates or those who practice it. …Remember homosexuality is an act. It does not equate with race or ethnicity. …
If you feel empathy toward people and their families and are conflicted about denying or taking something from them, keep in mind that there are reasons why natural marriage has been honored and given special considerations. Marriage is not simply about people who love each other, but it is about providing a genetically connected mother and father to birth and raise children, caring and providing for the next generation. Should we reject the wisdom of history regarding marriage as being only between a man and a woman?
And should we compromise our belief in very clear biblical teaching on the matter of homosexual acts, in the spirit of trying to be fair and good?
Clearly we should not.