Tag Archives: Lawrence Khong

Christianity and the Gay society in Singapore

I want to get married one day to a woman who loves me as much as I love her. I want to cherish and love her wholly. My inclination on this matter is as natural to me as breathing air. I didn't make a choice in the matter. I love my girl; I love her sensual forms. I love holding her and making love to her. But this is purely natural to me - I did not make a conscious choice in the matter. I didn't wake up one morning and make up my mind on the matter. So I fully sympathize with homosexuals, lesbians etc.. who feel the same way as I do but only that they love a member of the same gender as themselves.

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APOSTLE LAWRENCE KHONG: The greatest fallacy of the LGBT argument

This is the deception I see occurring around the world in regard to morality. If the gay who practises anal sex (which is as strange as sticking the petrol nozzle into a car's exhaust pipe) says "I am born this way, so give me my rights," why can't the pedophile and all those who practise incest, necrophilia and beastiality say the same thing.

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LAWRENCE KHONG: BEING GAY IS THE SAME AS A DRUG ADDICT TELLING ME THAT HE CAN’T QUIT!

I hear the same from wife beater, gambler, kleptomaniac, pedophile, homosexual, lesbians, etc. I have them crying profusely in my office about their struggles. They are so genuine, so honest with their feelings, so sincere but SO WRONG. I have to challenge them to act against their own passion. Confront them with their wrong. Help them not to give excuses. Teach them to take personal responsibility and not to blame others. And above all help them to encounter God and His power.

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Pastor defends publication of pro-377A guide

A guide on how to support Section 377A of Singapore’s Penal Code — a leaked copy of which has gone viral, triggering strong reactions online — was meant to be confidential and disseminated to about 120 senior decision-makers in churches here, said LoveSingapore Chair Lawrence Khong. In response to TODAY’s queries, Mr Khong confirmed that he was the main person who drafted the guide, but added that it was meant to be circulated internally “as a private communication to group leaders for their personal reference (and) study, and for their wise and discerning response”.

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Questions AFTER answers in Parliament

This wasn’t mentioned in Parliament but in a written reply to an MP’s questions on why the Health Promotion Board’s FAQs said that homosexual relations were not much different from heterosexual ones. Health Minister Gan Kim Yong stood by HPB’s side to rieterated that the FAQs were meant to give advice to young people and their parents from a public health perspective.

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Lawrence Khong used to be my Pastor

Lawrence Khong was an engaging speaker. Even in the audience, I'm not the only person who has felt his eyes on you, like he was speaking to you, and just you alone. He has good eye contact with the congregation. When he is speaking the numbers go up. When he is away, or not the speaker for that Sunday, the numbers drop noticeably.

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Le’t’s Give it Up the Bum

why don't you hear any of our religious figures speak about real issues connected to poverty and inequality? Pastor Lawrence Kong and the Family Thio have been so busy talking to God about the sex lives of homosexuals that they forgot about the poor and the needy. I mean I don't speak for God but surely humanity depends more on relieving the suffering of the poor and needy than it is about stopping people who are inclined a certain way to behave in the way that nature has intended them to behave.

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Letter to Today: I am not Lawrence Khong

However, I wish to state clearly that this is not a petition for Christians or Muslims. It is a petition for all who care for Singapore and about the kind of environment that future generations of Singaporeans will grow up in. While I understand most of my petition’s support would come from the religious circles and I totally welcome it, I hope that even non-religious organizations and individuals can sign on this petition as well.

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