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The Church is Not a Closet

Beethovens10th Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 1:45 PM
Why is it that "gay rights" always involves forcing someone else to do what they don't want to do?
du2 Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 7:33 PM
Name it Beethoven, and if it's something that involves YOU personally, directly and absolutely no heterosexuals whatsoever already legally and civilly aren't doing it, then you go right ahead Beethoven.
If you can name anything you're being forced to do, that's SO unreasonable and unexpected and deprives you of something YOU don't or won't have otherwise.
You opened the door.
Don't just make a claim. Now you have to at least back it up.
Because it's obvious, you sure can't be bothered to consider what gay people have been forced to do.

There are many people today who despise conservative religious beliefs, but they are quick to say, “We don’t want to restrict your religious freedoms in any way. Just keep your beliefs in the church.” What they fail to realize is that the church is not a closet, and it is our private beliefs that fuel our public acts. Shouldn’t it be this way?

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