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Originally posted by Cuervo
Originally posted by sensible1
I TRULY believe that the aim is not LEGAL RIGHTS, but some kind of MORAL "atta-boy" from the Government, to say that churhes that believe homosexuality is an abomination should be legally bound- TO CHANGE THEIR BELIEFS... If the government gives this endorsement, thats their call.. We can't project that onto the church as a belief system without our society crumbling from the lack of moral fiber and support for the traditionally reporoductive family..
Do you really believe this? Do you think that Christian churches will be forced perform gay marriage ceremonies? Seriously?!
You know that people can get married anywhere by just about anybody right?
How the heck would this "change their beliefs"?!
Originally posted by narwahl
That soldiers can choose among female prisoners of war?
Originally posted by tothetenthpower
reply to post by sensible1
Actually to continue your thoughts here.
No gay person gives a damn about who you pray to, or what he thinks about them. There are plenty of religious gay people who are at peace with who they are.
Your fear, of your religion being challenged is an emotional argument. The argument or equal rights, it's a lawful argument.
Your religiou argument, doesn't hold any weight in court, or in any social aspect because it is emotional in nature, it is not based in any fact.
Whereas the gay communitie's request for equal rights, is based in law and human rights.