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User avatar #144 - PVTDickStryker (06/30/2013) [-]
Honestly, what the bible says are guidlines on how believers should live their lives. Everything that was written in the Old Testament (Pretty much the laws that say you should be stoned for being gay, eating red meat, getting a round haircut, cutting the edge of your beard, and MUCH more.) were overridden by Jesus's coming in the New Testament (For CHRISTIANS, not sure what views on homosexuality there are in Islam or Judaism.) Ever since the New Testament, the laws of the bible have involved loving your neighbor, be they followers or sinners, and pray for their salvation (PRAY, not bash ridicule, oppress, exile, etc.) The only ignorant ones in this discussion are the gay-bashing "christians" (homophobes basically), and the anti-religion gays that would label you as a mindless sheep that would respond with a grunt to any order by someone expressing their divinity.
#263 to #144 - bizkitr (06/30/2013) [-]
We need more posts like this.
User avatar #146 to #144 - PVTDickStryker (06/30/2013) [-]
On a side note, homosexual marriage should be legal, but up to the church. Dont get me wrong, I believe any couple that loves eachother enough should have the same rights as a married couple, but the gaining of these rights shouldnt ONLY be through marriage, marriage ORIGINALLY began as a communion between a man and a woman under God, that basically means that the CHURCH BEGAN MARRIAGE. You cant help but sympathize the church when this thought comes across. Maybe if the social portion of the government would get off their asses and make these rights (Healthcare, adoption, etc.) available to couples without the need for marriage, things would work out better. God knows (hehe, see what I did there? xD) atheists would be happy for this too. Marriage has only been perverted throughout the years by being turned into a political tactic to completely erasable "conviction." Homosexual marriage wouldnt the worse thing to ever happen (or will happen >.>) to marriage, but theres no need to perverse it any more, after all, its THEIR custom in the first place.
User avatar #148 to #146 - promor (06/30/2013) [-]
you do have a point
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