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Piers Morgan: How About We Amend the Bible

Striker11 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 10:35 AM
Thanks, Piers, for the advice. I prefer to leave my Bible unchanged. For those of you who disagree with the Bible, that is your right. It truly is my beliefs that form my views and understanding of the Bible. I am fine with that outcome. I also understand there are those who disagree with me. I am OK with that result, too. My belief system forms my outlook on the world and my opinion of what public policy should be and not be. This is the same for everybody. Our system here in the US is OK with this idea. Just don't tell me I am not allowed to use my belief system within the public arena, that is not how the system works. Piers does not get this. That is intolerance.
Carlos_7 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 10:37 AM
Piers can't bring himself to ask Muslims to "Amend" the Koran ... it is they who actually 'stone adulterers' and 'hang homosexuals' and 'chop off limbs of thieves'.
Patriot155 Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 10:39 AM
Maybe he's afraid, he'll come up a head short.
Buck O Wrote: Dec 27, 2012 10:40 AM
They'll declare a fatwah on him if he does that. He doesn't want his head sawed off with a dull machete.

CNN host Piers Morgan, who is already facing angry deportation calls from 75,000 Americans over his attacks on the Second Amendment (and no, England doesn't want him back), is calling for a gay marriage amendment to the Bible.

During a discussion on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” on Monday — Christmas Eve — with Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren, Morgan argued that there needs to be an “amendment to the Bible” for same-sex marriage, because like the Constitution, the Bible is “inherently flawed.”

“Both the Bible and the Constitution were well intentioned but...