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Pastor Enoch Lam's preach discriminates Homosexuals; Anthony Wong: Should Seek Common Ground
Since Anthony Wong admitted he was gay, he came forward each time there were comments on homosexuality. Yesterday there was a clip online of pastor Enoch Lam speaking about "The Christian View on Homosexuality" at a reglious seminar. In the clip, he said: "How do Christians think of homosexuality? Whether if its homosexuals, drug addicts or gamblers, I actually do not discriminate at all and guilt is not distinguished between big or small, I see everyone as a sinner. So, homosexuals, drug addicts, God still loves them all. However, I want to tell them that their behaviors, God will not agree and they must correct [themselves]." In his preach, Enoch believed homosexuals had no rationale to 100% prove its all natural born, even if its natural born, that does not mean they can be big shots. Natural born homicidal maniacs are born with some difference in the DNA, but that does not mean they aren't guilty, so even if homosexuals are natural born, that also does not mean its lawful. Homosexuality is a moral issue.
Enoch's comments had enormous reactions from Netizens and among the celebrities.
Anthony Wong was asked if he feels discriminated? He said: "I'm doing well, I'm a strong person. From the time I came forward to say I'm gay at my concert, I have no fear nor do I feel discriminated. Society can tolerate this small population, his [Enoch] comments are just like terrorist. Asked if he'll fight for gay marriage to be legal? He said: "I agree every individual should have their own rights and freedom. Marriage is a different matter, and I'm not prepare to marry yet."
As a Christian, Zac Koo, has watched Enoch's clip too and expressed Enoch had always had many religious teachings to share with people. As far as the seminar goes, the homosexuality topic is not often discussed, so Zac thinks Enoch was very courageous to have tried to answer the doubts people have, but the examples he gave, Zac does not fully agree. "There are no homosexuals in the Bible, nor did it say it's a crime. I have gay friends too, but I personally believe this type of love is not the standard male and female love that God created. However, that does not mean they are criminals. I won't ask my gay friends to change their orientation, this is all about how individuals communicate with God."