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    Quote Originally Posted by KnotaFrayed View Post
    Still, it seems the ones that complain the most about "attacks against Christianity" and the "immoral left" or "liberals" as well as Trump supporters, don't want to talk about this, but to try to deflect to the person who IS NOT in the White House.
    What is there to address?

    Do you want us to say Trump isn't a Christian?

    OK, I never thought he was in the first place.

    Regardless, that's between him and God.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    What is there to address?

    Do you want us to say Trump isn't a Christian?

    OK, I never thought he was in the first place.

    Regardless, that's between him and God.
    How about addressing people that claim to be Christian wanting to ban gay marriage and abortion, but voting for someone to be POTUS who is as or more "sinful"???

    Or as per usual, was a simple cartoon too much information for small brains to comprehend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnotaFrayed View Post
    How about addressing people that claim to be Christian wanting to ban gay marriage and abortion, ...
    What makes you think that a christian who objects to gay marriage and abortion, does so on religious grounds? The arguments have been made and the more compelling one's has nothing to do with religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingrat View Post
    What makes you think that a christian who objects to gay marriage and abortion, does so on religious grounds? The arguments have been made and the more compelling one's has nothing to do with religion.
    Really? Don’t keep us in suspense then... please share!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingrat View Post
    What makes you think that a christian who objects to gay marriage and abortion, does so on religious grounds? The arguments have been made and the more compelling one's has nothing to do with religion.
    They most certainly do. That's the only thing they can argue "the bible says its a sin". Because they have absolutely no facts, logic or reasoning as to why it should be illegal for gay people to marry. None, never is any,. its always the religious BS aspect. In fact, people are trying to claim religious freedom to discriminate against gay people.

    Quote Originally Posted by StanStill View Post
    Really? Don’t keep us in suspense then... please share!
    yeah, who wants to bet it is the same stupid shit that always comes out when people make that ridiculous claim
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    Quote Originally Posted by StanStill View Post
    Really? Don’t keep us in suspense then... please share!
    The objection regarding abortion comes from the question of when human life (hence the person, by logical commutation) begins. It begins at conception -- from any credible source in biological science, genetics, embryology and pediatrics you'd care to peruse.

    The objection on gay marriage comes from the state imbuing a mere sexual preference with coercive power.

    Clear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Sampson Simpson View Post
    They most certainly do. That's the only thing they can argue "the bible says its a sin". Because they have absolutely no facts, logic or reasoning as to why it should be illegal for gay people to marry. None, never is any,. its always the religious BS aspect. In fact, people are trying to claim religious freedom to discriminate against gay people.



    yeah, who wants to bet it is the same stupid shit that always comes out when people make that ridiculous claim
    As I often say -- argue for your own ignorance, and sure enough, it is yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingrat View Post
    The objection regarding abortion comes from the question of when human life (hence the person, by logical commutation) begins. It begins at conception -- from any credible source in biological science, genetics, embryology and pediatrics you'd care to peruse.

    The objection on gay marriage comes from the state imbuing a mere sexual preference with coercive power.

    Clear?
    Nope. Imbuing a sexual preference with coercive power? Coercive power about what? Who is being coerced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingrat View Post
    As I often say -- argue for your own ignorance, and sure enough, it is yours.
    Sure, and yet, still nothing for you. Talk a lot of shit, don't deliver

    Quote Originally Posted by kingrat View Post
    What makes you think that a christian who objects to gay marriage and abortion, does so on religious grounds? The arguments have been made and the more compelling one's has nothing to do with religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StanStill View Post
    Nope. Imbuing a sexual preference with coercive power? Coercive power about what? Who is being coerced?
    Didn't the ccrc coerce the baker to attend anti-discrimination seminars for refusing to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple?

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