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Actually it was a "tasty bait around a drop" of Heavenly-liberating-sweetness.
Really? So, Steve, do you agree that when Eich was removed for exercising his right to free speech, his firing was an immoral act?
I won't answer for AmyDB (she's incredibly capable of answering for herself). eric, I'm curious, do you think the treatment Eich received from Mozilla for exercising his right to free speech was moral or immoral?
"In my Faith he would be a liar in his soul ." Amy, in my faith he would be "a new creation." "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new." I Corinthians 5:17 The transformation I'm describing is only possible through the Power of the Resurrected Christ. Happy belated Easter!!
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Chries Wrote: Apr 21, 2014 2:59 PM
"When are wars, which Conservatives generally support, the morally right thing to do?" -When those wars are fought to defeat evil. "When is it morally right to prevent people from living a better life?" -When the person wants to try "living a better life" by destroying the human life that is in the womb.
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Chries Wrote: Apr 21, 2014 2:57 PM
Flamer, the TRUTH is not a thing which can be negotiated nor personalized. Human life begins at conception. That is not my truth. And simply because it is not YOUR truth does not negate the fact that it is THE Truth.
You wrote, "you can't turn a straight person gay any more than you can turn a gay person straight." So, when a gay man (a man who used to live a gay lifestyle) has chosen to marry a woman, have children with her, and committed to be faithful to her, is it right to call him "gay?" It's a simple question. Please give a yes-or-no answer.
David, what do you call a gay man who has chosen to marry a woman, have children with her, and committed to be faithful to her? Is it right to call him "gay" when, for all practical purposes, he is straight?
SFR, the above words of Jesus can be found in the New Testament - I believe they're from Mark 7.
"... at the beginning of creation God ‘made them male and female.’ For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife and the two will become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.” Jesus clarified God's definition of marriage. Marriage has been defined as one-man-one-woman since the dawn of modern man on the earth. That's not "a fairly recent notion."
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Chries Wrote: Apr 21, 2014 2:25 PM
Uh Tom, I don't think Mike is addressing churches that are already fighting. Might I suggest you read the column?
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