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Sweet Reason

Cliff151 Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 12:41 PM
It's the right that all the others can be reduced to. The right to be left alone. I don't "f" with you, you don't "f" with me. I know that you, like nawlins72 and I understand this intuitively. The only area I can think of where this right might come into conflict with Biblical teaching is adult sexual relations. But regarding those, I do believe that Jesus statement "Let he who knows no sin cast the first stone" was regarding the attempted stoning of a prostitute. I'm not saying certain sexual acts aren't sinful, but if two "gays" want to shack up and sleep together it's between them and God.

Editor's Note: This column was co-authored by Bob Morrison.

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