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    Re: Is religious freedom actually possible

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    In a troll's world perhaps. I'm not falling for your word play.
    no trolling or word play could you give me another explanation for what this means


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    and not accepting a bribe makes you a secret terrorist how?

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    No. their insistence on building on that spot does.

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    Re: Is religious freedom actually possible

    Quote Originally Posted by blarg View Post
    no trolling or word play could you give me another explanation for what this means


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    and not accepting a bribe makes you a secret terrorist how?

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    No. their insistence on building on that spot does.
    So I guess I shouldn't comment on 'your' disinformation.

    That's a childish game you're trying to play. Not only that but, it's way off topic and considered baiting.
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    Re: Is religious freedom actually possible

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    So I guess I shouldn't comment on 'your' disinformation.

    That's a childish game you're trying to play. Not only that but, it's way off topic and considered baiting.
    its what you said iv suggested you did not mean to say it iv invited you to offer an alternative explanation but you said building on the site made them terrorists then you stated you said no such thing and its not true

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    Re: Is religious freedom actually possible

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    So I guess I shouldn't comment on 'your' disinformation.

    That's a childish game you're trying to play. Not only that but, it's way off topic and considered baiting.
    what disinformation?

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    Re: Is religious freedom actually possible

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfsgirl View Post
    No, gays can not force any church to marry them. No one can force any church to marry them. Churches are allowed to discriminate in any way they choose, there was even a church a couple of years ago that refused to marry a heterosexual couple because they were black. Churches refuse to marry couple where one or both have been divorced, or are of different religions, or even interracial couples.
    Gays just want the right to get a legal civil marriage.
    So all those people marching on churches and gathering out front when one refuses a gay couple and demanding that they be allowed to marry there were just kidding? Interesting.
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    Re: Is religious freedom actually possible

    Quote Originally Posted by Kreton View Post
    So all those people marching on churches and gathering out front when one refuses a gay couple and demanding that they be allowed to marry there were just kidding? Interesting.
    What church in the US is being forced to marry a gay couple? None of them.

    People marching or boycotting against things they disagree with does not force whoever they are marching against to do anything. The people marching have the freedom to voice their displeasure, and the churches have the freedom to tell them to go suck eggs.
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    Re: Is religious freedom actually possible

    Quote Originally Posted by Kreton View Post
    So all those people marching on churches and gathering out front when one refuses a gay couple and demanding that they be allowed to marry there were just kidding? Interesting.
    um gathering and demanding sounds like free speech

    forcing is a bit different

    where did this happen any way?

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    Re: Is religious freedom actually possible

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfsgirl View Post
    If your religious freedom is violated because I get married and that is against your religion, then that is your problem.
    Do you feel that you are violating Muslims religious freedom because you eat pork?
    Are you violating Hindus religious freedom by eating a cow?
    Are you violating Jewish peoples religious freedom because you don't keep a kosher diet?
    Not particularly, but i think the idea of the MYODB Party suits me very nicely.
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    Re: Is religious freedom actually possible

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    Obviously not, because those who believe homosexuality is a sin, cannot be allowed to maintain that belief. You really could have just answered your own question without help. All other beliefs become irrelevant because you have disallowed the belief against homosexuality, thus perfect religious freedom is impossible.

    /thread
    So you are calling the beliefs held by billions of people irrelevant?
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    Re: Is religious freedom actually possible

    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post
    You beat me to it, my friend. I have never heard of a Buddhist tradition that does not accept gay people. Sexual orientation doesn't matter, and it shouldn't. It has nothing to do with Buddhism.
    My apologies if i have insulted your religion. I heard somewhere that it did and that was obviously wrong. Again very sorry.
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