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originally posted by: TrueBrit
Krazyshot is a stand up dude. You have only been here a few months just yet, and you have not had time to learn the subtext. When people like Krazyshot say something which references something that we know to be bogus, they do so often because there is no way to state the premise, without using either inaccurate (Conservative Christianity) or confusing/rarely used terminology (my examples from my previous post). Krazyshot does not buy BS at any exchange rate.
My point is that the gays perceive that there’s a war on them by Christians.
(not that judging someone has anything to do with not wanting to make a cake for a gay wedding btw)
originally posted by: blood0fheroes
a reply to: Krazysh0t
Eh Hem... your bias is showing.
Lets not be coy here: This may or may not be a group whose primary political leanings are conservative.
The Texas Values vision is to stand for biblical, Judeo-Christian values...
The certainly are extremely christian, so why not call a spade, a spade?
Is it naive to think that in 2016 we can make efficient arguments without grouping religion and politics together into one giant, ugly, festering mass?
The two ( politics and religion) are plenty ugly in their own rights.
Well frauds they may be, and again I'm not disputing this fact, but they'd certainly take offense to you calling them that; and in the eyes of the law they aren't frauds.
originally posted by: neo96
We know the left can't read the second, or the 9th and 10th amenmdents or the ones on between.
But we do know the left can read the 14th since it 'gives' LGBTS the 'same' rights as anyone else.
As far as the law is concerned, calling them frauds is an ad hominem.
I've been reading your posts for a long time now. It's pretty evident that you are pretty confused and/or largely uneducated about the faith. Either that or poorly educated.
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: 200Plus
Jesus says to love your neighbor, plus he never specifically speaks on the matter. Though he did specifically mention to follow the ten commandments.