I would like to briefly correct a couple of improper inferences made by Mr. Gibson in a recent rebuttal to an opinion I expressed about "activist" judges allowing same-sex marriages. First, Mr. Gibson said that I "feel that those (gay) people should have never been born." I in no way feel that way. Just because I think we should stand for the biblical and historic view of marriage between one man and one woman, does not mean I hate gay people. I don't. I do believe their lifestyle is wrong but I in no way wish they were never born.
Next, Mr. Gibson says that he has love in his heart and that I need not worry about his soul. I'm not trying to be judgmental but the Bible says that a relationship with Jesus Christ is the only way a person can be saved and have any hope of eternal life. I do pray for those who believe that their love and good deeds is all that it takes to get to heaven. I hope and pray they will come to know Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. I'd love to discuss this with Mr. Gibson.