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Moreover, I am not basing an argument on the Bible. I did not interject that into the discussion, you and Rahab did that. I am basing my argument on the greater good of society as I see it. I will grant you that my viewpoint is swayed by my Christian beliefs, but I am not using that for my argument since not all share those beliefs. So I come from the stance that outlawing homosexual behavior is good for society.

Blemonds, Theology Web 7 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quantum Mechanic

I come from the stance that outlawing religion is good for society.

There, that's better.

2/20/2008 3:56:43 PM


and much more to the point...or even reducing religion to that ten percent of the population.this should happen in america by about 2145 ad.

2/20/2008 4:51:56 PM


How so? It harms none. Religion on the other hand...

2/20/2008 5:05:55 PM

Reverend Jeremiah

You need to learn how to put together a more coherent sentence and paragraph.

10/28/2008 11:59:46 PM

@canadiest: how? I don't think religion is declining in America, unlike some European countries. (Anyway, we'll be lucky if technological civilization lasts till 2145, with the environmental damage...)

10/29/2008 12:04:53 AM


It seemsto me that this dude's going to base his argument for the outlawing of homosexual behavior (which is a silly notion) on something non-biblically related. And he even says that he'll do it because he acknowledges that not everyone shares his beliefs. Sounds like a rational fundie here. I didn't know such things existed.

11/9/2009 6:43:07 AM


what is actually happening in the fundie's mind:

hmmm, I should hate all the gays because the bible says so! In the meantime, I will hide my bigotry under a word salad so the evil heathens won't see how stupid I am!

7/19/2012 1:54:05 PM

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