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America's Mixed Message on Homosexuality

MN_Independant Wrote: May 20, 2012 4:08 PM
The point not whether or not the Bible specifies a 5000 year timeline or a 6000 year timeline. The point is that the Biblical timeline is verifiable false and that it is foolish to take it as literal Truth. I do not believe in the infallibility of current science. I believe that science is a progression, and that it is through science that human kind has expanded our collective understanding of the universe. Science offers a 'best explanation' for any given phenomena. Science that claims to do anything else is arrogant and presumptuous.

In a culture as divided as ours, it’s rare to have a majority on both sides of the debate see something the same way, but it appears as if both a majority of traditionalists (conservatives) and progressives (liberals) have made the same mistake.

As popular culture becomes increasingly aggressive in its promotion of homosexuality, and Americans appear to be more de-sensitized to it, both sides of the morality debate have taken that as a sign to mean the American people are poised to affirm it. The Left, as well as the increasingly pro-homosexual leadership of the Republican Party, confidently believes...