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Piers Morgan Wants to Amend Moses

anonymous6106 Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 2:49 PM
Michael Brown and Townhall are wrong. (Watch Brown run for the cultural argument when he's hit with Scripture. Here is what Brown said: (To Morgan’s credit, at least he recognized that the Bible does prohibit homosexual practice, in contrast with the editors of the new Queen James Bible, who simply rewrote the troubling passages.) Leviticus 18:22 says quite plainly: You shall not lie with a male as one lies with a female; it is an abomination. This is in the Law that God gave Moses, part of the everlasting Bible, and the wording is pretty plain. Abomination is pretty plain. How now Brown, can you justify your statement to the contrary?
rmccarthy Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 3:04 PM
Homosexual acts without orientation has historically as well as in prison settings been a deeper perversion than what most argue about today. In any case, we are all sinners and sinners fighting with sinners misses the point of us all being convicted by the Law. All the mumbo jumbo about loving the sinner but hating the sin sounds good but also misses something. Let God be God and let the rest of us not forget the half of scripture that applies directly to ourselves.
Andy544 Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 3:34 PM
clear as mud in a Mississippi river bottom
DCM in FL Wrote: Dec 28, 2012 3:55 PM
"Homosexual acts without orientation"

What is that supposed to mean?

All homosexual acts are "acts without orientation," for the simple reason that "sexual orientation" is a fictitious concept. It was invented to make it sound like homosexuality is actually normal for some people.
rmccarthy Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 11:23 PM
If a persons argument is based on a lie like there is no such thing as sexual orientation, then that argument will tend not to persuade the honest, logical mind of a person who does not want to be a hypocrite and thanks God for all his Grace and Mercy in his own life and for offering the same to everyone.

Fresh off his attack on America’s gun control laws, Piers Morgan set his sights on another set of laws that trouble him, the laws of Moses and the Bible. But before he called for an amendment to the Bible to recognize “gay rights,” Morgan actually asked his guest, Pastor Rick Warren, a very fair question, and Warren stumbled in his answer.

Of course, Morgan’s timing could not have been worse. After all, this was a Christmas Eve interview with a Christian leader, and Morgan is not exactly riding a wave of popularity. And to compare the Bible to the Constitution shows...