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harpmolly BS: On Same-Sex Marriages (812* d) RE: BS: On Same-Sex Marriages 28 Jul 08


I believe my very first post to this thread was linking to a Roy Zimmerman video. I've got another one to link to, which demonstrates the other side of Joy B's contention that "criticism of practising homosexuality, homosexual acts and their lifestyles will always come from the lips of honest Christian men".

Ted Haggard is Completely Heterosexual

(Well, ok, to be fair, you did say "honest" Christian men...)

Oh, and incidentally, a quote from the song:

"What does Leviticus have to say,
Yeah what does it say
About being gay?
To lie with man is an abomination,
Like cursing your parents, trimming your beard, planting wheat and barley in the same furrow, eating pork, wearing polyester and masturbation...
And what did Jesus have to say,
Yeah, what did he say about being gay?
Well...nothin'."

Of course, you can go on and on about how Christians object to homosexuality all you want, but you're still ignoring the main point that Christian doctrine has no legislative authority in the United States, and if you want to ban civil marriages for gays, you're gonna have to come up with another argument.

Why am I always posting to this thread at 2am? I mean, really.

P.S. ake...given that I never needed the screws in the first place, they're holding up fine. Holding up my bookcase, that is. ;)




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