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"... they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them." - Romans 1. Such people really need to carefully examine themselves to see if they are genuinely in the faith.
...and if you hold or dare to state these very same views today, you are a homophobe of the worst sort. Just ask that guy who had to leave Mozilla. It was acceptable, even expedient to say those things at the time whether believed or not. It's frightening to think that such a position is considered antiquated in just a few years.
A U-turn? You make me sick. That's another level of depravity altogether.
I wondered. What was it supposed to say?
I have two (in 34 years of driving) but dispute one of them. We are the dregs of society. Let the name-calling begin.
Yep, that would be the iconic Ted Kennedy, hero of the left. Drunk, abusive, and responsible for the death of (at least) one woman. Should have been a career killer + prison term, but not for a Kennedy.
Well, if she drove drunk, crashed into a lake and killed someone, that would be different. But speeding - that's unforgivable.
Clearly the people in charge of the campaign didn't catch it either, so that's not a stretch. However, I do know a few decent folk from Minnesta* that are good conservatives. *misspelling intentional.
In the context of working in or for a religious organization, no. You could fire a person for committing adultery or having sex before marriage, and those are "legal" activities too. Once I was going to apply for a position in a gym, and was told that I couldn't because it was "Curves" (not posted), and I am a man. Is that not discrimination? What if someone works at Curves, and then transgenders to male? Will their position be protected? I doubt it.
So, Reformed/Protestant groups are OK to talk about Jesus then...?
"The lady doth protest too much, methinks" - The Bard. That is my last word on said person. Engaging is futile, that much is clear. She's all yours D.
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