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That is, care if others engage in them?
I know homosexuality has pretty much run its course here on RF, but I can't remember this specific point having been addressed, and just to be clear I'll restate the question.
Why do Christians care that people of the same gender engage in sex, and why do they care that they marry each other. Even caring to the point of voicing their objections, and to the point of protesting?
The other day I went to the gym and I saw a woman, she was leaning against one of those big balloons that they have in the gym. She was listening to music. I could hear her singing and I could see her kind of dancing. So, I asked myself “Is she getting high of that music?”.
Are those people so depressed that they need to listen to music in order to make them happy? Are those people so anxious that they need to listen to music in order to calm them down? Is it not like a narcotic? The more...
An Anglican priest on public property was arrested and faces fine and imprisonment for offering to pray with two women as example.
Your mileage may vary, but rather often I find an atheist who openly admits they do not believe there is any reason to believe gods actually exist, but then refuses to accept the logically identical position that they believe there are no gods in the universe. I find this very strange. If an atheist sees no reason to believe in gods, why would they not believe the universe has no gods, or that this outcome is more likely? To me it always seemed like a burden of proof game, avoiding belief...
It seems to me that some Christians, being submerged in a social group that is all about Jesus, assume that Atheists don't believe as they do because one of the following:
1. They are bad people who want to sin and so screw god and his rules.
2. Had something bad happen to them or a loved one and blame god for it.
3. Haven't been exposed to the gospel yet so you need to tell them about it and "save" them.
There is at least one other possibility though:
4. They find the claims/stories of...
Is Christ the Beast transformed?
Is Christ obscured by the Beast, or the outward appearance?
wrath of god = satan?
they, too, will drink the wine of God’s fury, which has been poured full strength into the cup of his wrath. They will be tormented with burning sulfur in the presence of the holy angels and of the...
In Christianity, there are many denominations. This is because there are many individual interpretations of the Bible. Many Christians (mainly fundamentalists) feel that interpreting the Bible is wrong, and it should be viewed in a literal sense, in its entirety. I explored Islam last year before returning to Christianity, and have heard mixed things about how to interpret the Qur'an. So my question is, are Muslims permitted to interpret the Qur'an as they wish? Or must it be viewed,...
Where are you on this flowchart?
For me, I could end up in a few places. Either Jainism, Assemblies of God, or Druidry.
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