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It does not condemn them nor does it bludgeon them like some people do
on May 18, 2015
I thought that this was about two male childhood friends. It turned out to be a homosexual relationship. After his parents were bludgeoned with the fact of his preference, Rag tried to justify his relationship on the basis of the Bible, which is literally impossible. Absolutely nothing in the bible that pertains to relationships justify homosexuality. It does not condemn them nor does it bludgeon them like some people do. But, the bible is about marriage between a man and a woman and no other relationships are allowed. Even courting is to be for marriage. Any relationship between a male and female must be for marriage or celibacy. The Bible is the only book that does not automatically condemn the person involved in "same sex" practice as it is impartial to any sin, period. While the movie had a touching line about the separation of two friends, the injection of the homosexual practice was jarring. The viewer was left without knowing whether the feeling about the absence of one from the other was more because of their friendship as young men, or as homosexuals. If the former, then a great story. If the latter, and this is palpably evident, then the viewer is misled into a scripted effort to justify homosexuality despite the God given right of parents to want grand children (Which is also God's desire as stated in Genesis 1:28: be fruitful and multiply (Biologically is the intended reference here, not some infant shopping center with ready made babies). I was very disappointed in this movie. If the makers of such movies is so all right with the public, why won't the makers of these movies clearly label them and they will find out how we feel about them. They would go unwatched. It is my right to reject anything I know to be contrary to God's will. That right was taken from me by a deceptive advertisement for this movie glorifying a homosexual relationship. Shame!!!