1.) thats not a choice its a fact.
if they were JUST Christian then nothing happens but since they are criminals something does, Logic 101 LOL
2.) his claim keeps being made and this game keep sbeing played but cant it support it with one fact
i dont know one Christian affected negatively by equal rights and nondiscrimination laws
none, zero, nota
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Here's my point, if a person is going to get all butt hurt about his faith then that person had best carry his hatred across the board and apply hate equally as dictated by their particular religion. Gluttony is a sin. Interestingly enough it is usually members of churches that practice strict interpretation of sin who have the fattest congregations.
Is there a biblical sin list where LGBT is ranked? I haven't seen one. Might we then be urged to love the fat people but hate pizza and chocolate easter eggs? No, probably not. There's simply too many fat people to seriously begin hating them.
"When Faith preaches Hate, Blessed are the Doubters." - Amin Maalouf
Should it be legal for an employer to have a DADT employment policy? It's a simple question.
And what you have to recognize is you may disagree with the anti-SSM/gay crowd, but you're supporting policies they support for the purpose of discriminating against LBGT - that's what they tell us their goal is.
32 “Whoever acknowledges me before others, I will also acknowledge before my Father in heaven. 33 But whoever disowns me before others, I will disown before my Father in heaven.
No I didn't leave it out, that was all that was printed up with the link. As it directly correlated to the issue. But then the Pro Gay Rights Attorney and Law Professor helped put it into the perspective that it really is.
The bill would establish a general legal standard, the "compelling interest" test, for evaluating laws and governmental practices that impose substantial burdens on the exercise of religion.
If the Indiana RFRA is adopted, this same general approach will govern religious freedom claims of all sorts, thus protecting religious believers of all faiths by granting them precisely the same consideration. But granting religious believers legal consideration does not mean that their religious objections will always be upheld.
The proposed Indiana RFRA would provide valuable guidance to Indiana courts, directing them to balance religious freedom against competing interests under the same legal standard that applies throughout most of the land. It is anything but a "license to discriminate," and it should not be mischaracterized or dismissed on that basis......snip~
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