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Flip-Flopper Alert: Why I Changed My Views on Same Sex Marriage

Neal from PA Wrote: Jul 15, 2013 9:59 AM
“This debate is not worth the hatred and vulgarity that it ignites. We have much more important battles to be fought.” What on earth would be more important than defending an institution that has served civilization so well for more than two thousand years? Immoralists are devolving “the laws of nature” and of “nature’s God”, to a time civilization first appeared. It’s rooted in the plague that currently surrounds us…EVIL…an inability to do what is RIGHT vs. an insistence on doing what is WRONG; and without a moral compass and commonsense, unable to comprehend the differences between them. Evolving is easy…when it is based upon values associated with “the laws of nature” and of “nature’s God”. It is devolving that is complicated…based upon an individual’s own immoral values that is associated with nothing more than “what feels good to me”. But it does harm our society and civilization...This whole controversy isn’t about rights…no one’s rights are being threatened; and it’s NOT about who they are, it’s about what they do. Look at HISTORY…what does it say about the fall of the Roman Empire and the Athenian Republic…contributing factors that were a catalyst for their downfall, was their civic corruption and decline in morals. Gee…that sounds familiar. This controversy has nothing to do with rights or bigotry and has everything to do with values; the moral values that founded this great nation and allowed it to prosper and grow strong. If there is a next generation they will be asking what the heck happened to these moral values. Can America survive our civic corruption and decline in morals? Sadly…History says NO…only through God’s grace can America be saved from itself.
James2517 Wrote: Jul 15, 2013 10:19 AM
Some people are born gay. Accept it. We are all called to love. Live and let live. Enjoy the summer.
dan17 Wrote: Jul 15, 2013 10:59 AM
Some people are born oversexed. Does that give them the right to commit acts of public indecency? Being born that with that propensity is only a reason for their behavior, not an EXCUSE.
Darby O'Gill Wrote: Jul 15, 2013 11:13 AM
James...you simply make stuff up to suit.....you!
ThinkN_Do Wrote: Jul 15, 2013 7:32 PM
Or at least they have convinced themselves and some others of that thinking.
Neal from PA Wrote: Jul 28, 2013 1:34 PM
“Some people are born gay.” Where is the evidence that people are born GAY; just saying it does not make it so!

Being GAY is a choice…has nothing to do with being born.

“Live and let live”…sounds good to me; however, being GAY does not permit others to live without accepting immoral choices as normal moral choices.

Yes…Love the sinner, yet hate the sin…making choices has consequences.