Your view is very materialistic. Do you have a problem with God's command that a man who rapes a woman is to be punished by having to marry her?
[11/1/2003 12:00:00 ]
Fundie Index: 7
So, how did you meet your wife, Eladar?
Yes. I have a problem with that. That is punishment more to the woman than it is to the rapist.
Is this a trick question?
Who's being punished again?
So, Eladar, if I want to marry your sister/daughter/niece, I don't need to try to go on a date with her, by her candy and flowers, spend money on movies and dinner, buy a diamond ring...
What happens if a married woman is raped? Is she now divorced and remarried? Or is she married to two men?
\"Hey Eladar, let go git us a woman\". What an asshat.
Yes, I have a huge problem with that.
I have a HUGE problem with the woman having to marry against her will. So yes.
3/17/2007 9:21:56 PM
yes, I do. Why should the woman be punished as well?
3/17/2007 11:42:37 PM
Um... yes. Yes I DO have a problem with that.
3/17/2007 11:47:10 PM
Yeah, I have a problem with that. It's borderline nonsense even in the legal tradition it came from. Even if you do see women as property, why should you be rewarded with the \"damaged\" \"property\" when you violated it in the first place?
That particular rule is an insult both to modern concepts of human dignity and ancient conceptions of property rights. It doesn't work in either era.
Damnit, Eladar! For the last time, Landover Baptist Church is a parody!!!
Yes I have a problem with that! No woman should be forced to marry a guy that raped her!
No one should be forced to SEE their rapist, as for marrying them? I THINK NOT
Thankfully most men have a problem with that.
Your view is very alarming. Do you not have a problem with the Bible's command that a woman who is raped is to be punished by having to marry her rapist?
1/12/2008 8:28:53 PM
Who's being punished--the rapist or the victim?
Sounds like the victim is getting the shitty end of the stick.
1/12/2008 10:39:00 PM
...How does that make me 'materialistic?'
1/12/2008 11:32:34 PM
So now marriage is a punishment? Odd....
Also, the man would be able to do whatever he wanted to the woman WHENEVER he wanted. That isn't good.
6/18/2008 6:39:16 PM
Yes, I do have a problem with it. I have a MAJOR problem with it, and I have a feeling that you would too, if it was your daughter/sister/niece who was involved in that situation. Especially since she's being punished much more than her attacker is. What kind of idiot thought that that law would be a good idea?
6/18/2008 6:46:33 PM
[If someone were desperate enough to rape my ex, marrying her would be a punishment for his past three lives, maybe.]
Christian courtship: drag the woman into the bushes behind the church and fuck her hard. Curse her for being a slut while you're at it. Claim her as your own property; pay her father a gratuity.
Making friends first, is not on the agenda.
@580864, the misogynist Paul, probably.
6/18/2008 6:58:28 PM
Yeah! WHAT THE FUCK DID THE WOMAN DO TO DESERVE BEING LEGALLY BOUND TO A MAN THAT STRIPPED HER OF HER VERY HUMANITY, MAKING HER SOMETHING TO BE JUST TAKEN?!
6/18/2008 7:10:10 PM
I thought marriage was a sacrament, not a punishment.
How in the HELL is this only getting a 3???
Yes I have a BIG problem with someone saying that any woman who has had to suffer from being raped should be forced to marry the person who raped them.
I could see how if a woman were forced to do so, could feel obligated to then divorce her rapist from his testicles. Slowly, with a dull knife, and battery acid as the disinfectant, because no woman should have to see or hear from her rapist again. let alone be legally bound against her will to him as long as he was alive.
Kindly go DIAF