More GBW Backlash

July 21st, 2009 by

Editor’s Note: Matt Comer, editor of the gay newspaper Q-Notes, and one of the authors attacking GBW and its leaders, will be appearing on Dr. Brown’s Line of Fire radio show on Thursday July 23rd from 3-4 PM EST to air his concerns.

The God Has a Better Way event has seen a new wave of backlash over the last few weeks, following the July 5th event with Lou Engle and our subsequent interview with him concerning his vision for the event and a proposed house of prayer in Charlotte.  While the recent wave of articles, primarily on gay activist websites, is in many ways inaccurate, containing blatant falsehoods and gross misrepresentations that we will hopefully be able to respond to as time allows (I’ve purposefully left out quotes from or links to these articles so we can deal with them on an individual basis), they do point to the fact that a nerve has been hit with this event and with the personalities that are leading it.

With accusations being made toward those affiliated with the God Has a Better Way event surfacing in numerous venues, I thought it would be important to take a look at the Terms of Involvement that are on the event’s website:


As a representative of the Lord Jesus and His Church at God Has a Better Way on July 25th, 2009, I make this commitment before God:

1) I will not engage in hate speech, name-calling, or angry rhetoric

2) I will speak the truth in love

3) I will seek to befriend those who oppose me

4) I will seek to overcome bad attitudes with good attitudes

5) I will seek to be a living example of Jesus

6) I will not compromise biblical standards or convictions

7) I will not violate the law

Name _____________________________________________________________________

Signed ____________________________________________________________________

Date ______________________________________________________________________

Remember: Our battle is not with people but with spiritual forces.

Remember: We are called to bless those who curse us.

Remember: We must reach out to homosexual men and women with kindness, and sensitivity.

Remember: God had mercy on us when we were in darkness, calling us to repentance when we had no interest in Him at all. Let us extend the same grace to others.

Remember: Our compassion must be louder than our confrontation.

Clearly, those affiliated with this event will NOT be mean-spirited or violent, and rather than a den of lions, anyone from the Pride event that comes to the God Has a Better Way rally will find themselves in a den of lambs.

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