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Last year, "Duck Dynasty's" Phil Robertson blathered to GQ magazine that "homosexuality as a sin."  So Tuesday, Phil Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" TV show, was on "Good Morning America" saying more crazy BS.

In the GMA interview, Robertson blamed the bible for his bigoted ideology on homosexuality:

ROBERTSON: "The only place I know of that I could have gone to answer that question would be a Bible.  The dictionary wouldn’t have explained it. An encyclopedia wouldn’t have explained it, whether it was a sin or not. So I went to the only source I had to answer his question."
Then Robertson decided to throw Jesus' name around:
ROBERTSON: "I’m as much of a homophobe as Jesus was. People who are participating in homosexual behavior, they need to know that I love them."
Well, "Duck Dynasty," according the Christian Bible, Jesus was not a homophobe.  In fact, the Christian Bible conveys that Jesus lived an openly gay lifestyle.

From the Bible we are taught:

Jesus lived with 12 men, slept with 12 men and, after Jesus disrobed, he lovingly washed the feet of the 12 men he lived with.
Not only does the Christian Bible show us that Jesus live an openly gay lifestyle, but the scriptures in the Christian Bible also convey that Jesus was married to one of his male Disciples.

The Gospel of John describes one of the disciple whom Jesus loved more than the others as, “the disciple whom Jesus loved.

John 13:23 "One of them, the disciple whom Jesus loved, was reclining next to Him."

Recalling in Christian Bible: two people become "one flesh" in a marriage, John of the Gospel conveys that Jesus was married to the "disciple whom He loved" when Jesus told his mother, Mary, that his (Jesus') husband was now her son.

John 19:26 "When Jesus saw His mother there [at the crucifixion], and the disciple whom He loved standing nearby, He said to His mother, 'Dear woman, here is your son.'"

And, since marriage means of 'one flesh' Jesus then told 'the disciple whom Jesus loved' that Jesus' mother is now his mother too.

John 19:27 Then saith he to the disciple, Behold your mother! And from that hour that disciple took her unto his own home.
By the way, that antidote from the Gospel of John 19:26-27, where Jesus declares to his mother that he is of one flesh and married to 'the disciple whom he loved' and therefore, 'the disciple whom he loved' is now her son, and she (his mother) is now the mother to 'the disciple whom he loved', happened while Jesus was being crucified.

Then, John of the Gospel talks about the time Jesus went fishing with 8 Disciples.  

John 21:7, “Then the disciple whom Jesus loved said to Peter, ‘It is the Lord!’”
So, it seems "Duck Dynasty" fails Christian Bible 101.

Here's a couple more examples where the Gospel of John talks about homosexual Jesus

John 21:20 Then Peter, turning about, seeth the disciple whom Jesus loved following; which also leaned on his breast at supper, and said, Lord, which is he that betrayeth thee?
John 20:1-2 (1)Now on the first day of the week Mary Magdalene came early to the tomb, while it was still dark, and saw the stone already taken away from the tomb. (2)So she ran and came to Simon Peter and to the other disciple whom Jesus loved, and said to them.
The "disciple whom Jesus loved," is never specifically identified.  And, it really doesn't matter who "the disciple whom Jesus loved" was.  It also does not matter which male disciple Jesus was married to when he exclaimed to his mother "Dear woman, here is your son."

What does matter: Scriptures of the Christian Bible convey that Jesus was not a homophobe, far from it.  

The Christian Bible conveys that Jesus was a gay man who lived an openly gay lifestyle as he lived with 12 men, slept with 12 men and lovingly washed the feet of those 12 men.  

And, the Christian Bible also conveys that of those 12 men Jesus that was lovingly shacking up with, there was one of the 12 men "whom Jesus loved" best and married.

So, "Duck Dynasty" if you want to live as Jesus did, then I suggest each one of you  get dump your wives and go find 12 men to live with and to sleep with ... and don't forget to disrobe before you lovingly wash the feet of those 12 dudes you shack up with.

FYI: I hope everyone reading this realizes that this Diary is not "about" religion.  This is simply a Diary that uses scriptures from the Christian Bible to illustrate that the Christian Bible does convey that Jesus was a homosexual and lived an openly gay lifestyle and was married to a man who the Gospel of John calls, "the disciple whom Jesus loved.'  

This Diary comes to no 'religious' conclusions nor is it an 'atheist' diary.

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