The Tampa Tribune
is in lock step with other media outlets in pandering to most all minority groups to increase its revenue. Today in the religious section they ran this story
about a transgendered woman (former man), an "angel," who feeds the homeless in downtown Tampa. They threw in a few baseless quotes from her priest to help justify her decision to alter her appearance.
This piece is a classic example of justifying sin through good works, much like Tiger Woods' decision to engage in infidelity while concurrently running charitable works
. God saved Zacchaeus through salvation in Jesus Christ (Luke 19), not because be gave half of his possessions to the poor, but because he repented of his sin and placed his faith in the person and atoning work of Jesus Christ.
While the homeless in Tampa and partakers of Tiger's benevolence benefit in the short-term, the long-term consequences of their "other decisions" may wreak more havoc, creating more problems than they solve.
Labels: homeless, single payer, Tampa Tribune, Tiger Woods, Transgender