You have misunderstood my message. Let me further explain.
I'm not discussing "legalities", I'm discussing "moralities". Please refer to Bob Blaylocks earlier posts and you'll understand what evoked my statement. This has nothing to do with any enforcement or laws.
I'm also not using the term "contract" as a legal format. Almost everything we do as humans carries with it an implication of "contract". As a basic example, we all have a "contract" not to cross the painted line in the middle of the road. In marriage, we have an element of this type of "contract". That's why we conduct ourselves in a particular manner and we have "contracted" not to be sexual with others. I do not advocate honoring these contracts as a legal issue, just as a human issue. The summation of my point is that homosexuality is moral, adultery is not. This in response to Mr. Blatlocks statement that homosexuality is inherently immoral.
I hope this clears up things. I'm always happy to answer questions regarding my pontifications
Next time, you might want to inform yourself before making personal attacks.
I think it is obvious that society is suffering a great many ills, as a result of sexual immorality, and the destruction of the family as the basis for society. High rates of illegitimacy, high rates of divorce, premarital sex, adultery, homosexuality, drug abuse, gang crime — all of it is part of the very same sickness. This sickness has severe consequences, not only for those individuals who choose to participate in it, but for society as a whole. When you defend any part of this, you are defending all of it.
The five great lies of the
We can be Godless and free. • “Social justice” through forced redistribution of wealth. • Silencing religious opinions counts as “diversity”. • Freedom without moral and personal responsibility. • Civilization can survive the intentional undermining of the family.
There should be Instant Runoff Voting