But I can prove one thing.
Neither can you.
HENCE WHY YOU LOST AND YOU STILL HAVEN'T FIGURED IT OUT.
Now, if you would have put more critical thought into your posts, you would have realized this a long time ago and not wasted so much of my time.
A little MORE critical thought on your part and you would have realized that as I haven't made any claim to that effect, your statement here is utterly meaningless.But I can prove one thing.
Neither can you.
-MY- argument remains sound.
That's not a hypothetical -- that's a statement of fact.only a hypothetical that if there are tenets to Christianity, then people would have to adhere to them to be considered Christians
As noted before, how to determine if a particular belief is nor is not "Christian" is completely relevant to the issue.What a wonderfully irrelevant argument.
Well, no -- illustrating the error of your ways is not much of a challenge, and so do so as well as I have really isnt much to be proud of.I'm sure you are real proud.
If you exercised some critical thought, it might be different.
Yes. You can construct a syllogism.
Good boy. We are all very impressed.
Now unless you have an actual relevant argument to make...like what you believe the tenets of Christianity are, or why homosexuality relates to those tenets, then I think you should just be happy with your accomplishment today of using 4th grade logic.
I've already said that it's not right, but you people trying to pretend that it's going to happen any day now here in America are just lying for your own political satisfaction.
I simply make the point that it's not an American story (as many on this thread seem to believe) - and now I'm a "moral relativist".
It's wrong, sure. But to compare it to women being raped and murdered only shows YOUR moral relativism.