Homosexuality is forbidden in Romans 1:26 – livinghopeministries.ca

28 Aug

Evangelists Don and Sarah Hill

Evangelists Don and Sarah Hill, Living Hope Ministries, Canada.

Dear Rev. Donald Hill,

I would want to thank you for your recent comment on sendson04 blog.

Homosexuality is not by choice but they are born homosexuals and as a Christian you very well know that the holy  Bible does not permit us to judge….

Here is my response.

You commented that; “The Bible forbids homosexuality in Romans 1:26,27, also 1 Corinthians 6:9,10, and other passages. The Christian Church for approx. 2,000 years has taught that homosexuality is a sin based upon these scriptures. For hundreds of years nations with a Christian heritage have had laws prohibiting homosexuality”

“The sexually immoral men who practice homosexuality …..”,  the mere fact that the word homosexuality has a place in the Holy bible is enough to confirm that homos existed much earlier before the new testament. Dear Reverend, I would want to let you know that this Holy Bible has never condemned the existence of the LGBTi people.

Men who practice homosexuality mentioned in Romans 1:26-27 (NIV) in my view does not necessarily represent the LGBTi community but in my view they are those (non-gay) people who practice gay sex.

Based on the fact that gays are humans too whose only natural difference from others is just their sexuality or being gay, I am compelled to believe that their natural lifestyle is gay and i therefore conclude that HETERO sounds un-natural to the them. Think about it!

Loneliness and HIV vulnerability

You stated that; “In some nations homosexual men have the highest rate of AIDS of any other people in country. They are the ones most responsible for the spread of AIDS.

Homosexuals have on average more mental health problems and suffer more from depression than heterosexuals….. Homosexuals have a higher suicide rate than heterosexuals. Studies show they have a shorter than average lifespan.

Due to lack of freedom and rights for the gay people in most homophobic countries the gay people cannot come out to claim their entitlements such as counselling, information and education in relation to disease control and HIV Aids prevention. Due to discrimination against the gays, gay people cannot find work nor access medical care.  Don’t you think this can in most cases result into depression and high HIV infection rate as far as HIV Aids is concerned?

You finally stated that;.

“The fact that homosexuals can change is a well kept ”secret” in the gay community. It is suppressed by LGBT activists. But the fact is there are both former gay men and women who are now happily married to partners of the opposite gender. Some have biological children of their own”. Can you kindly comment on the story of Mr. Dennins Jernigan bellow; http://exgaywatch.com/2012/06/exodus-board-member-dennis-jernigan-resigns-over-jamaica-incident/



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  1. John Kisambira October 15, 2015 at 1:23 pm #

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    DE WARREN 18
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    EMAIL: vidskakuma@gmail.com

    Dated: 5th October, 2015


    Your Holiness,

    You are someone chosen to be the supreme leader of the Holy See from a country far away; we too are very far away deep in the Southern Hemisphere- Uganda. However we remain connected through prayer and supplication. We, along with other friends and sympathisers, take this opportunity to assure you of our loyalty and prayerful support even as we send this petition to you for your highly esteemed consideration. Since your ascent to the holy throne and the subsquent asking for our prayers of those gathered in St Peter’s Square and elsewhere, we have always felt that we were already united with you, and we will continue to support you in prayer. Please be with us in this petition as well, we pray.


    President Y. K. Museveni of Uganda ,came to power in 1986 following a destructive war in which lots of lives were lost. His history of war goes back to the early 70’s when he led an ill prepared ill fated expedition against Idi Amin that was to result in the loss of many young lives.In 1980 he led more young men to their lives and went on to lead even more to war in 1981. Several hundred thousand people are thought to have died in the war that brought him to power. In 1986, when his group took over power the massacre didn’t stop despite the surrender of the former UNLA ,the former combatants were arbitrarily rounded and packed in train wagons and led to their deaths ,in one incident in Acholi a stadium full of ex soldiers were herded to tracks in disguise of deployments but that was the last they were ever heard of.
    These massacres continued unabetted for decades with a war imposed to the people of northern Uganda that stretched for 2 and half decades and there are no clear available figures of the human loss. At the same time, abject poverty and destitution was deliberately imposed on millions in Eastern Uganda, its estimated the scorched earth policy and the herding of the civilians in the northern Uganda in squalid and deplorable conditions in internally displace camps led to death of 1000 people per week for 25 years.
    He has gone on to order more young men to their deaths in wars in Rwanda, Congo, Sudan Somalia as well as within the country where his police and troops some led by his son and heir-apparent. This is an extension of the policy where any form of dissent is treated as treason punishable by death even in unarmed situations.


    Whereas the promotion of peace and stability and to build a world founded on respect for human rights, democracy and the rule of law is founded on a shared determination;

    And whereas human rights are universally applicable legal norms and democracy is a universal aspiration;

    And whereas Sustainable peace, development and prosperity are possible only when grounded upon respect for human rights, democracy and the rule of law;

    And because throughout the world, women and men demand to live lives of liberty, dignity and security of person and property;

    And cognizant that the code of the cannon law section 223 (1) states:
    ”In exercising their rights, christ’s faithful both individually and in association must take account of the common good of the people as well as the right of others and their own duties to others.”

    Now therefore, we the undersigned persons acting on our own behalf and on behalf of the millions who could nt find space to append their signatures here, petition you the Holy Father, Pope Francis to KINDLY BUT strongly consider not going to Uganda for the planned November 2015 visit due to the following:

    1) Uganda is currently a candidate for court action for its role or roles in crimes against humanity. There is sufficient evidence that President Museveni and the Ugandan government deliberately failed to protect Ugandans in the Northern and North-Eastern parts of the country when they needed it most.
    2) President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and his govt or a section of it are responsible for orchestrating mass deaths of women and children and the elderly by deliberately incarcerating nearly 2,000,000 people in concentration camps euphemistically called ”protected villages” Please refer to the World Health Organisation Report on the link below.
    (www.who.int/hac/crises/sitreps/ugandamortsurvey.pdf) At some point during the said crisis, more than 1000 people were dying every week.

    3) In 2005 President Yoweri Museveni and his govt were found guilty by the Internationa Court of Justice for committing grave war crimes in the DRC including the invasion and plunder of the natural resources of the DRC, a sovereign state and for formenting ethnic cleansing. Uganda was ordered to pay a whooping 9 billion dollars, among other consequences.

    4) Uganda under President Museveni, sits comfortably among the world’s most corrupt nations with an estimated staggering 2,000,000,000 dollars stacked in foreign banks by the leaders. This is at the backdrop of an endemic abject destitution where the majority of the masses live below half dollar, a week!

    5) President Museveni and his govt have violated and continue to violate human rights with impunity. Mr Museveni and his govt blocked a report prepared by the United Nations High Commissioner for human rights Louise Arbour from being tabled at the UN General Assembly. It is known that the report had detailed extensive information on human rights violations by the UPDF in several areas of Uganda ( see pdf report attached)

    6) President Y Museveni and his govt are responsible for the crackdown on the voices of dissent, crashing civilians in process and denting any hope for the enjoyment of the fundamental rights and freedoms.

    7) President Y Museveni and his govt or a section of it are responsible for the murders of masses at Corner Kilak, Bibia, Barlonyo, Mukura, Kannungu and Bwaise market.

    8) President Y Museveni and his govt are responsible for the many mass graves found around the country: Mityana, Makindye, Lugazi sugar plantation. Some of the decomposing bodies found in many of these mass graves had no heads! The heads were missing!

    9) President Y Museveni and his govt are responsible for the wanton crackdown on the rights of cultural/traditional leaders to freely move around the country and mobilize for development. Resulting from one such confrotation between the civilian population and Mr Museveni’s army and other militias, hundreds of youth and children were murdered on the express orders of Mr Y Museveni while about 1000 are unaccounted for till todate.

    10) President Y Museveni and his govt have no respect for rule of law; he deployed armed soldiers to invade,surround and intimidate the judges of the high court on two separate occasions. This was an affront on the temple of justice. Neither does he respect the legislature as he is on record having summoned and lined all Members of the Seventh Parliament and forced them to sign up for the changing of article 105 (2) of the constitution so he and his family could rule Uganda as if it were a dynasty.

    11) Holy Father, we are worried that your visit will increase the pain of the york of poverty in the country. Already the political leaders are have earmarked 28,000,000,000 shs for buying flowers only for one of the places you will visit. Another 280 billion is intended for logistical issues not including security expenses. This is very unfair to a country where there is so much poverty and deprivation!

    12) The other sad issue is that the leadership of that country intends to use your visit to further its urgly political program which so far (as seen above and elsewhere) has been detrimental to the advancement of human development, democracy, and rule of law.

    13) President Yoweri Museveni and his govt hate, persecute and imprison minority groups like LGBT and others denying them the fundamental right to live

    You are such a towering world figure whose visit ought to be for those countries that have tangibly demonstrated that their national socio-economic and political program reflects the aspirations of the majority of the masses. That is not the case in Uganda.

    Holy Father, we kindly solemnly urge you to reconsider this visit so that your very well intended mission to share the message of Christ is not used (as similar trips have been before), to legitimize a dictatorship that has caused the death of millions of Africans in Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC and, currently, South Sudan.


    DE WARREN 18

    NB: for more proof:



    THE STATE OF UGANDA’S SCHOOLS UNDER PRESIDENT YOWERI MUSEVENI. He recently bought for himself a state of the art Gulfsttream plane!

    more images of state inspired poverty :

    More photos of torture and dehumanizing treatment follow below, your Holiness.

    Uganda Police officers stripping women naked before throwing them on the vehicle and to the prison cells. This is unprecedented violation of human rights.

    The one below wanted to resist and then the beating downed on her until she dropped unconscious! Unprecedented orders from the president Museveni’s office to crackdown on anyone who attempts to question the excesses of his regime.

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