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Greg explains why Christians are not obligated to be pacifists. COMMENTS Read more posts
Why does it seem that many Christians focus more on homosexuality opposed to other sins? COMMENT Read more posts
For those who ask, "How will same-sex marriage hurt me?," for starters note New Mexico Supreme Court Justice Bossin's sobering admission of the sacrifice of religious freedom and personal liberties, two of the three casualties of this experiment of social engineering by the Left (the other being parental rights). Religious liberty:
Atheists claim that no eternal life and forgiveness actually leads to more accountability here on earth. How do you respond? COMMENTS
A common defense for homosexuality is that same-sex attraction is natural for homosexuals.  There’s nothing wrong with homosexuality - the animal kingdom is filled with examples of same-sex erotic behavior.  It's natural.  Now on the surface, there seems to be some truth to the claim that homosexuality is natural.  It’s not unusual, for example, to see male dogs mount each other in an erotic way.  There are two problems with this view, however.
Should Christian couples consider becoming foster parents when there is a risk that the child may be adopted by a “gay-couple” and then be subjected to their lifestyle which is contrary to Christian belief?
Columnist and blogger James Lileks wrote, “I return to the Kirk Doctrine, expressed in the Star Trek episode 'The Conscience of the King.' He has passed judgment on a suspected tyrant, and the dictator’s daughter asks ‘Who are you to judge?’ ‘Who do I have to be?’ Kirk snaps.”Judging can't be avoided.  We all do it.  And we should.  The ideas of reform and improvement presuppose making judgments about right and wrong, superior and inferior.
Either there’s a natural teleology to marriage or there’s notWho are you to say?”  That challenge works both ways.  First, if my disapproval isn’t legitimate, then why is my approval legitimate?  If I don’t have the right to judge something wrong (“Who are you to say?”), I certainly don’t have the right to judge it right (“Who am I to say?”).  Second, why is it that I can’t make a moral judgment here, but apparently you can?The appeal for a change in marriage laws is an attempt to change the moral consensus about homosexuality.
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Rhetoric is winning the day.Lately when I hear public crossfire-type discussions on the issue of same-sex marriage—discussions that have filled the airwaves since the unfortunate incident at the Miss America pageant—traditional marriage wins on the merits, but the other side wins the rhetoric game.It’s time we stop letting others frame the debate in terms of “tolerance,” “fairness,” “equality,” and “compassion,” in a way that pushes us into defense mode trying to neutralize the loaded language, but never really gaining any ground for our side.