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Nelson Mandela, Sinner or Saint?

KathyCanyonwalker Wrote: Dec 09, 2013 11:44 AM
"Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things."
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Why Gay Is Not the New Black

KathyCanyonwalker Wrote: Sep 28, 2013 12:56 AM
There was probably some disgruntled man standing around in 1913 when the women got the right to vote complaining and saying "There goes America, look at those women hijacking the vote from black men and white men." How dare those uppity women change the definition of citizen and voter. How dare they hijacked the black man's voting movement. How dare they want equality. That darn Equal Rights Clause in the Constitution, we really do need to control that!
You are not looking for clarity. I read your comments often. There is little grace, less compassion and basement level understanding or insight into the issue. And that is how you prefer it. Apparently. Why bother with a hidden icon backed by foolishness? Ciao.
An article focusing on the LARGER group of offenders-- heterosexual men would be a VERY welcome post indeed then. Let's have that! No one ever said it was good to abandon a family. The larger issue here is what people think they MUST do to comply with God and church and get married to a spouse that are not naturally attracted to in the first place. THAT is the source of the error.
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An article focusing on the LARGER group of offenders-- heterosexual men would be a VERY welcome post indeed then. Let's have that!
You left out a few details that show a bit more of the story: "V=While Eric's career, as a property manager in his father's booming real estate business, was taking off, he confided to his friend David Vandervoort that he was in over his head. "Eric talked about being in debt. Big time. And he was borrowing money from his dad's company to pay it back," said Vandervoort. And despite picture-perfect appearances, Eric's marriage was on the rocks. "Anne tells the story of, she wanted to go to college, she wanted to finish the degree, and that ... didn't fit Eric's mold of a Christian housewife," said Anglen. "Eric searched high and low through the Bible and could not find a way out. So he felt trapped. But yet he was doing the Christian thing by staying married," said Vandervoort. There was talk of divorce, and on June 25, 1991, as Eric headed to a real estate seminar in San Diego, little did his family know he wouldn't be coming back." And, we of course know heterosexual men would NEVER do this, except when they do. My father went out "for a container of milk" and never came back. He abandoned his family. My mother had to eventually divorce him in abstentia. In the meantime, he married another woman while still married and left her and her child too. But, that stuff never happens with heterosexual people, except when it does. I would venture to say it happens quite often. An article about that, directed at men thinking of leaving their families might be a very good use of your Christian voice. I would think more families are in danger of a situation like mine than the one highlighted above. But it is less sensational.
Did I miss the announcement of comparing Collins to Robinson? Or is it only offered here and then refuted?
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A Homophobic Nightmare

KathyCanyonwalker Wrote: May 01, 2013 12:05 PM
Then perhaps he should WRITE about THAT and lessen the targeting of a class of people seeking equality?
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A Homophobic Nightmare

KathyCanyonwalker Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 11:27 PM
Please do complete the "....." and keep it in context rather than use "..." Here is what I typed "I would call Mr. Brown intolerant of differences in gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation." One is a verb and one is an adjective. I am quite diligent about what I do state. Thank you and please DO quote me fully.
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