She continues her commentary: "Underwood, like other immature or misinformed or willfully ignorant Christians, throw Bible-believing Christians under the bus, condemning 'people who use the Bible for hate,' and added, 'That’s not how I would want myself as a Christian to be represented.' Does Underwood believe that sharing the Gospel and telling the unrepentant what God requires of them is hateful? Never mind Paul’s unequivocal teachings on homosexuality. If we quote him, if we quote Christ himself, if we call out sin, we’re hateful. Or is just the sin of homosexuality that’s off limits? Would Underwood and other 'gay friendly' Christians refrain from condemning the habitual liar or the brazen adulterer? 'Our church is adulterer friendly!'"
More from Ms. Barber: "To some unbelievers (and too many Christians), the Gospel is a free-love-can’t-we-all-just-get-along guide to life instead of that which gives life. Christ’s call to repentance and obedience is incompatible with a 'gay friendly' anything."