In response to:

“Gay Sin” Survey Reveals We’re Playing God on Moral Questions

Happy Jake Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 3:35 PM
And you've just proved our point: "It is also true that many Christians did NOT think owning a slave was a sin." Look at the word after "NOT". It's the word "think." What you and I THINK is good or bad is inconsequential. Humanity does not define good or bad. God does.
eddie again Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 5:09 PM
wrong, wrong and wrong again.

too bad you can never support your more absurd statements.
Jack2894 Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 3:53 PM
You are missing the point of the article entirely. The people who believed slavery was acceptable were just as convinced that it was not a sin as you are that it is. The people who believed dancing was a sin were just as convinced of that as you are that homosexuality is a sin.

What is a sin has always been a function of what the culture thinks is a sin.

I’m always on the hunt for positive news, there being such consistent media focus on the bad stuff. Most days, headlines essentially read, “Handbasket full; hell in sight.”

So a recent headline caught my eye because of its positive tone: “Survey: Big drop in those who say being gay’s a sin.” According to Lifeway Research, a division of Lifeway Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention, significantly fewer Americans defined homosexual behavior as sinful in 2012 than in 2011.

As reported at lifeway.com:

“A November 2012 survey of adults in the United States found 37 percent affirm a belief that homosexual...