A popular YouTube channel put Christians to the test by asking six believers if all Christians think the same.
In a nearly 12-minute video called “Do All Christians Think the Same?”, hosts from the YouTube channel Jubilee read a series of statements to six Christians and asked them to determine how much they agreed or disagreed with each statement.
Before each statement was read, the participants all stood on a center line on the floor. After the host read a statement, the participants were asked to move to the line on the floor corresponding to their level of agreement or disagreement ranging from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.”
The hosts asked the participants to evaluate everything from their thoughts on Christian music to their thoughts on supporting the LGBT community. Not a single time did all six participants end up on the same line, and in many cases, they were split 50/50 in the room.
This was exactly the case when the participants were prompted to rate how strongly they agreed or disagreed with supporting the LGBT community.
One woman, Kytia, who “strongly disagreed” with supporting the LGBT community explained her response saying, “When we mention support, it means to accept, and I don’t accept the lifestyles within the community. But do I love them? Do I want the best for them? I absolutely do. Do I think we should shun them from church? No.”
A queer woman, Jasmine, standing on the opposite side of the room on the “strongly agreed” line replied saying, “The thing that has hurt me most is the language with which you’re speaking. No one shunned me. It was more like, ‘I love you, but God wants to send you to hell.’ If you’re going to disagree, you need to understand the weight of what you’re asking a queer person to do.”
Another woman, Nicole, who simply said she “agreed,” offered her perspective saying, “I just define support differently. I think you can support somebody’s right to love and feel love without supporting homosexual activity. We can argue about what our society has normalized, but at the end of the day we all sin, and none of those sins should be celebrated. We should be working to become more like Christ.”
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Source: Christian Headlines