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  • MarkWHenry
    VPCiro - Yes. Anyone advocating for legal discrimination has an anti-gay agenda. I also know where your statistics about gay parenting come from and it's not worth the paper it's written on.
  • 44 minutes ago
  • gmd1952
    InisMagrath - Yeah, I'm a neuro-surgeon, rocket scientist, and fabulous bridge player. It's the web, you can claim to be anything! Yours is an old gambit, claim to be an 'authority' while ignoring the basic facts. In your entire ramble you did not mention once I got the facts I stated wrong, that the sexual reproductive system is complementary in form and function. Do you wish to declare now that the sexual reproductive system in humans is not complementary in nature? I thought not.
    • I Love Jesus Too Much to Call Myself a 'Gay Christian'
    • There's a new kind of Gay Christian. Most of us are aware of the Justin Lees and the Matthew Vines, but, unlike those guys and like myself, these new Gay Christians hold fast to the truth of Scripture regarding the sinfulness of homosexual behavior.
  • 1 hour ago
  • Reformed Sinner
    DaleRlchner - I could give you a page full of references but this one is plain enough: Leviticus 18:22 KJV Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.
  • 2 hours ago
  • David White
    BrianCasaday - I found it interesting too that there has been a ton of DNA research from BYU into the descendents of Joseph Smith in both the Community of Christ and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. From the latest I've heard they've mapped Joseph's DNA in his descendents with Emma ...more
    BrianCasaday - I found it interesting too that there has been a ton of DNA research from BYU into the descendents of Joseph Smith in both the Community of Christ and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. From the latest I've heard they've mapped Joseph's DNA in his descendents with Emma into the hundreds, but as of yet, none from the descendents of his other wives. I can't say he never had sex with any of his other wives, but as of yet there is no evidence of their ever conceiving a child with him.



    There are diary accounts of women and their husbands coming into Nauvoo City Hall to have the women sealed to Joseph in a quick ceremony, to later go about their business with their first husband. It has been theorized that the concept of sealing at the time wasn't fully understood and that the people were (perhaps erroneously) trying to get sealed to others, perhaps to increase their chances of making it into the high heaven.



    I don't get worked up about it as ancient Jews practiced polygamy too. I don't have a perfect knowledge of every gospel facet, but a witness of truth from the Holy Spirit.
  • 2 hours ago
  • Stella Perera
    I hope all these devils will die in Syria & Iraq and go straight to hell. No virgins will be waiting for them except Lucifer and his gang. Do these barbarians realize that their religion is violent and negative or are they by nature violent people who are going there to practise their violence with impunity? What a rotten lot, may they burn in hell. I hope the whole world will destroy them. But is this asking too much from the wonderful Muslim nations.
  • 3 hours ago
  • BluePaper
    "For my part, when I enter most intimately into what I call myself, I always stumble on some particular perception or other, of heat or cold, light or shade, love or hatred, pain or pleasure. I never can catch myself at any time without a perception, and never can observe any thing but the ...more
    "For my part, when I enter most intimately into what I call myself, I always stumble on some particular perception or other, of heat or cold, light or shade, love or hatred, pain or pleasure. I never can catch myself at any time without a perception, and never can observe any thing but the perception....I may venture to affirm of the rest of mankind, that they are nothing but a bundle or collection of different perceptions, which succeed each other with an inconceivable rapidity, and are in a perpetual flux and movement." David Hume
  • 3 hours ago
  • AndrewWA
    JamesRAist - So people being able to see their loved ones in the hospital and not be fired from jobs or evicted due for being gay is the "homosexual movement advancing". I find that hysterical James. Your ability to discriminate against others outside of your religion is being taken away and you ...more
    JamesRAist - So people being able to see their loved ones in the hospital and not be fired from jobs or evicted due for being gay is the "homosexual movement advancing". I find that hysterical James. Your ability to discriminate against others outside of your religion is being taken away and you fall back onto your feigning couch with a hand above your head. A victim. All you need is a small hand fan to fan yourself with for dramatic effect.

    My marriage does not affect your ability to practice your faith.
  • 3 hours ago
  • Prophet
    Marco Luxe - And what's really sad is that you don't know the difference between brotherly love and romantic love. I think that's a common problem with gays and their constituents. Probably why they're extremely promiscuous.
  • 3 hours ago
  • Prophet
    Marco Luxe - "He could just as easily said, as Christ surrounded himself with male apostles whom he loved greatly, gay marriage reflects Christ's love" Wow...that's got to be one of the most idiotic comments i've seen in a long time. You see....Jesus didn't marry the disciples. And Jesus and the Scriptures refer to his bride as a "she"
  • 4 hours ago
  • Prophet
    TtEpiscopalUSA - " I like how Leviticus was written by men over 1,000 years before the birth of Christ, and yet they think Jesus wrote it. It shows their disconnect with reality." Well, that's because you don't understand the Scriptures. That doesn't surprise me since your denomination does ...more
    TtEpiscopalUSA - " I like how Leviticus was written by men over 1,000 years before the birth of Christ, and yet they think Jesus wrote it. It shows their disconnect with reality." Well, that's because you don't understand the Scriptures. That doesn't surprise me since your denomination does nothing but teach a demonic doctrine. Jesus is God. So yes, what God says, Jesus says. And He says homosexuality is a sin. I agree with sandi. You need to go back to childrens sunday school. The divinity of Christ is like Christianity 101 for beginnners. You're pathetic.
  • 4 hours ago
  • AndrewWA
    TtEpiscopalUSA - It is what they are used to and when you can call forth from the pulpit for thousands of bibles to be mailed to a city office, I would say yes, it is a bully tactic to get their way. The pastors know it too. The brought the case to the city and they want to win outside of the courtroom. It is how "Christians" have leverage their numbers to oppress and dominate for centuries.
  • 4 hours ago
  • inthebeloved
    We as Christians need to be praying every day for our brothers and sisters around the world--praying for each-other. In my 34 + years as a follower of Christ there has never been a season in which i felt so compelled to pray for the world-wide Church, as the season we are in today. Through out the day i find myself praying (without forethought) for my brethren.
  • 4 hours ago
  • Dai Uy
    BornAgainChristian1 - You wrote: "Let me correct you again the civil wasn't about slavery it was about commerce." The secession of the southern states seems to have played a roll. What do you think? "Do your homework no cotton the Northern industry dies and the USA ceases to exist." Letʻs ...more
    BornAgainChristian1 - You wrote: "Let me correct you again the civil wasn't about slavery it was about commerce." The secession of the southern states seems to have played a roll. What do you think?

    "Do your homework no cotton the Northern industry dies and the USA ceases to exist." Letʻs take a moment to think about that. All the South would have had to do would have been to stop selling cotton to the North — game over. In fact, the North was but a small part of the Southʻs cotton market. The Southʻs biggest markets for their slave produced cotton were England and France where the vast majority of cotton was processed, not in the South.

    "The South fought on account of the thing we quarreled with the North about. I never heard of any other cause for quarrel, than slavery"...Col. John Singleton Mosby...CSA

    "Education over case closed."
  • 4 hours ago