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  • #46
    Originally posted by resurrected View Post
    it's shameful to be or act like a homosexual

    and it's shameful for a man to act like a woman

    or a woman to act like a man.


    But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect. 1 Peter 3:15 (NIV)
    Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth. 2 Tim 2:15 (NIV)
    For this very reason, make every effort by your faith to produce virtue, by virtue knowledge, 6 by knowledge self-control, by self-control steadfastness, by steadfastness godliness, 7 by godliness brotherly affection, and by brotherly affection love. 8 For if you possess these qualities in increasing measure, they will make you effective and productive in your knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. 2 Peter 1:5-8 (NIV)

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    • #47
      Originally posted by rexlunae View Post
      Is that supposed to be some kind of insult?
      Is it an insult to say a bisexual male acts like a woman, or a homosexual?

      I mean, if there's nothing wrong with being a homo or undecided, then it isn't an insult, is it?

      But since you assumed it was I assume you think it's wrong to be a queer, and for a man to act like a woman.

      Originally posted by Dena View Post
      I can't see all of this post, just what you quoted. Is he saying Barbarian acts like a homosexual and a woman? A Muslim and a liberal? I am confused.
      I was speaking of Quincy, as he is admittedly bisexual.

      Originally posted by rexlunae View Post
      I think that Lighthouse considers it shameful to be either a woman or gay, and so he figures saying that someone else is both of those things is a serious burn. It's seriously like being at the cafeteria in an elementary school.
      You lying bucket of scum. How dare you deface me with such libel.

      In no way was there any indication that I believe it to be shameful to be a woman.

      Originally posted by Dena View Post
      Ah, gotcha.
      He has no idea of what he speaks.

      Originally posted by resurrected View Post
      it's shameful to be or act like a homosexual

      and it's shameful for a man to act like a woman
      Exactly!

      Quote this for Dena, since she's apparently so scared of the truth she put me on ignore.

      Originally posted by StanJ53 View Post
      or a woman to act like a man.
      Yup.

      At least there are some things on which we can agree.
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      • #48
        Liberals (and others) are Permissivarians, and Permissivarianism is full of holes.
        The only things that Permissivarian hate is Limitarianism in their own back yard
        attacking Permissivarianism as the 'source of all evil', which it is !!

        You see Permissivarians want to be able to sin whenever they want to,
        and perhaps they might not approve of 'big sins', like paedophilia,
        but they think that by letting others do what they like (within 'reason'--within 'their {faulty} reasoning'),
        then they will take their own ungodly behaviour 'off the radar'.
        Last edited by Clem; July 14th, 2016, 08:56 PM. Reason: Minor errors.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by Clem View Post
          You see Permissivarians want to be able to sin whenever they want to,
          Not everyone agrees on the definition of a sin, and not everyone believes in the concept of sin the way you might. We're a pluralistic constitutional republic, not a theocracy.

          and perhaps they might not approve of 'big sins', like paedophilia,
          but they think that by letting others do what they like (within 'reason'--within 'their {faulty} reasoning'),
          then they will take their own ungodly behaviour 'off the radar'.
          Letting others do what they like? Isn't that the whole idea of "don't tread on me?"

          Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Clem View Post
            Liberals (and others) are Permissivarians, and Permissivarianism is full of holes.
            The only things that Permissivarian hate is Limitarianism in their own back yard
            attacking Permissivarianism as the 'source of all evil', which it is !!

            You see Permissivarians want to be able to sin whenever they want to,
            Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post
            Not everyone agrees on the definition of a sin, and not everyone believes in the concept of sin the way you might. We're a pluralistic constitutional republic, not a theocracy.
            Agreed ... for non-believers, sin is a religious transgression.
            TRUST
            is a fragile thing.

            Easy to break, Easy to lose
            and one of the hardest things to
            ever get back.







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            • #51
              Originally posted by Rusha View Post
              Agreed ... for non-believers, sin is a religious transgression.
              And the rights of non-believing and other-believing citizens are equally as important as Christian citizens. Coincidentally, I came across this today:
              More American voters than ever say they are not religious, making the religiously unaffiliated the nation's biggest voting bloc by faith for the first time in a presidential election year. This marks a dramatic shift from just eight years ago, when the non-religious were roundly outnumbered by Catholics, white mainline Protestants and white evangelical Protestants.

              These numbers come from a new Pew Research Center survey, which finds that "religious 'nones,' who have been growing rapidly as a share of the U.S. population, now constitute one-fifth of all registered voters and more than a quarter of Democratic and Democratic-leaning registered voters." That represents a 50 percent increase in the proportion of non-religious voters compared with eight years ago, when they made up just 14 percent of the overall electorate.

              https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...s-voting-bloc/

              Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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