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

matt261 Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 6:16 PM
What ignorance and hubris. There is not extensive hard data on alcoholism among gays and the data that does exist often links drinking among gays to the fact that gay socializing has most often been forced into bars. We do know that alcoholism is very high among native Americans, so I guess you count them as all miserable. And do you even know any gay people? Anyone that makes broad statements that all gays "are miserable people" displays the kind of ignorance that destroys their credibility. So, let me take your approach and say that all people called "Ms Kelly" are miserable people...

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.

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