I jumped over to Ray Boltz’s WordPress blog and got quite an eyeful. Boltz is just a shell of the man he used to be, or at least, the man he used to portray himself as in front of Christian audiences. In his song, “Don’t Tell Me Who to Love,” if you’ll read between the lines of what he is saying about the song, he is equating the civil rights fight of the 50’s and 60’s to the gay campaign for equality that is gaining steam today. He not only jumps into the homosexual lifestyle, he takes up the banner and becomes an outspoken proponent, even performing this song at a Prop 2 protest in Florida.
For those who don’t know what Proposition 2 is , it’s Florida’s version of California’s Proposition 8, which effectively bans gay marriage in that state.
Of special note in the song are these lines …
The judge says that’s not legal, the preacher calls it a sin
Oh you just remember they were wrong before and they’re wrong again
Boltz may think judges and preachers are wrong … well, any who disagrees with his lifestyle, that is, but is God wrong, Ray? When God said that those who do such things will not enter into His Kingdom, was He wrong? When God called it an abomination, was He wrong?
Please continue to pray for Ray Boltz.