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  • January 28, 2015 at 10:07am

    No, they don’t. They get upset when people don’t accept their lifestyle choices. Just as I would not accept a lifestyle choice of 2 men and 1 woman, or 2 women and 1 man.

    There is only one family, created by God: 1 man and 1 woman. It’s self-evident. You cannot procreate any other way. If something is “good”, then it must be universally good. However, if everyone were gay, we could not procreate. True family structure brought about industry, ingenuity and scientific discovery. After all that, we can NOW procreate unnaturally. So the fact remains, it is an unnatural method and leads to extinction.

  • [1] January 28, 2015 at 10:03am


    You can be loved despite the sin that controls you. Don’t believe the lies in your heart. Christ died for all sins, yours and mine. Holding onto those sins and denying their reality will forever harm you. I hope one day your eyes are opened to the Truth of God’s Word – that He loves you, and died for you. He does not love your or my sin though. And we must have wisdom to discern these things. The Bible is crystal clear on this particular sin. Christ even described marriage as between a man and a woman. No other kind. It’s self-evident.

    I pray you have eyes to see and ears to hear Truth.

  • [-1] January 28, 2015 at 9:50am


    Absolutely false. It’s not even close and I have to laugh at your attempt to parlay lies into truth. Gay parents cannot make a “family” work when the foundation is a twisted and unstable reversal of what family actually means.

    Homosexuality is, and always will be, a sinful behavior that one chooses and is never going to be a stable state of mind. It is evil, and is rightfully called thus.

  • [1] January 27, 2015 at 5:52pm

    Weak argument. Let’s see an example of what you suggest: “because there is not always another vendor available that can provide the desired service. “

  • [3] January 27, 2015 at 5:50pm

    Marriage is from God. Government should be out of the marriage business, unless they want to encourage and create the most healthy support structure known to man: the family. Which in turn creates stability, creates ingenuity, and creates business. Yeah, if those things are good, well then government should encourage HEALTHY family structure.

    There is no such thing as a healthy family structure when there are two dads or two moms. There are bad families with a mom and a dad, for sure. But 2 moms/2 dads is an across the board guarantee of unhealthy structure.

  • [4] January 27, 2015 at 5:46pm

    I don’t think the God who created the universe is bigoted. Jesus doesn’t think sin is okay, and neither do I. Sorry that your choices to act on them somehow gives you special “rights,”

  • January 27, 2015 at 5:44pm

    You’re speaking in broad terms there lib. Your point might means something if you used specific examples.

  • [7] January 27, 2015 at 5:39pm

    Ripe, you’re losing it. Your arguments never made sense, but now you’re logical is completely absent. I want to laugh, but I’m actually concerned for the public near you.

  • [23] January 27, 2015 at 5:37pm

    lololol plane…your name is fitting, for your argument has definitely crashed.

  • [62] January 27, 2015 at 1:38pm

    Why do LGBT need special protection? What problems are they facing that are not addressed with current law?

    Oh, yeah…thought crime. When people disagree with their lifestyle.

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  • January 26, 2015 at 3:52pm

    Uh, life is not pain? I think it’s pretty self-evident that it is. We can endure nonetheless, through the power of Christ in us. It does not mean life is void of joy, happiness, victory or anything else. But we necessarily feel disappointment (and pain) in this life because this isn’t heaven.

    Everything you’re talking about is redemption that we experience after this life. The broken and down-trodden will not necessarily be lifted out of their situations in this life.

    I’m confused by your point.

  • January 26, 2015 at 1:26pm

    King, I agree with your sentiment, but I’m not sure that’s what this poll indicates. I think this is whether God plays a role in outcomes, not does God give us our desired outcome.

    I would say yes, of course he plays a role, but no, he does not give us what we want any time, but gives us according to His purpose.

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  • January 26, 2015 at 1:24pm

    I agree termyt. There may be blessing in which team wins, but that is part of His larger plan. He does care for the smallest things in our life, he knows the number of hairs on our head! Talk about insignificant!

    Ultimately His plan and what is best for us is what happens.

  • [23] January 26, 2015 at 12:50pm

    Do you know the definition of non-sequitor? I’m guessing not, since all of yours posts use that as a basis of argument.

    It would also say: “see also ‘fail’ and ‘jrook’

    …amateur hour…sheesh…

  • [6] January 23, 2015 at 3:28pm


    - father (noun): a *male* parent

    Should I just conclude you didn’t read my comment?

  • [158] January 23, 2015 at 12:36pm

    Gonzo, point taken, but this sounds like one of the good-guy cops. I give him props for not playing the “I’m a tough cop with a gun, so F you all.” He recognized this child is innocent and tried to protect that. Coming from a father, I appreciate his effort.

    Can we hear more of these stories, please? I know all the cops aren’t a-holes.

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  • January 22, 2015 at 3:24pm

    Salvation is not dependent on your comment. Your salvation seems to be based on outward appearance. A performance. That makes it very easy to hide much bigger sin that is too difficult to bring out into the light for fear of the shame it brings. As long as you can keep the outward appearance sparkling, then you must be a Christian.

    This is false doctrine. Daily sanctification will bring a person to where God wants them to be. He does not say “be perfect, and then you’re good with Me.” He says “offer yourself to Me, and I will change you from the inside out.”

    Church is not a museum for saints, it’s a hospital for the sick.

  • [10] January 22, 2015 at 1:01pm

    She added, “Every Christian has different convictions. I just listened to one of mine. What may convict me may not convict you.”

    I agree.

  • January 22, 2015 at 10:08am

    Confederate woman, please read Mat 6:5.

    You and others appear to not hear what I am saying. I am not sure if that’s intentional or not, but it appears your “religion” is about performance. It’s about appearance. So long as things look good on the outside, then we can all rest easy in the heaven on earth you are trying to create.

    God is concerned with the heart. She is following her heart, which I applaud. However, it is clear she does it for herself by announcing it to the world. Who is the spotlight shining here? God? Or Veronica?

    Southe – shame on you for taking another shot at me that I made clear I did not appreciate. However, I have forgiven you.

    I remain utterly disappointed in the pharisaical stance many of you have taken. I would not let an issue such as this divide the Body. It is worth having the discussion, but should not lead us to bickering and infighting.

    Therefore, I’m done with this conversation because it dawned on me how much energy I am wasting talking about yoga pants. I’d rather be more constructive in these types of discussion.

    Peace out.

  • [2] January 21, 2015 at 4:37pm

    I don’t think so. Using disabled’s statistic, how many of those 1% were rape/incest?

    I would take the step to say all but those cases, but I would eventually want to see all cases be illegal. Other people should not die for the sins of the rest of us.

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