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Jonathan, thank you. In Leviticus, it DOES say that eating pork and seafood is an abomination. So is men cutting their hair and shaving. So is being gay, it says. OK, but why is it that it's totally cool to have pork, seafood, and to shave and have a neat haircut and not for someone to be gay. Thanks for reminding me of this hypocrisy that straights indulge in. lol
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Straight Pride and other haters: It doesn't bother you that the soldier is a Marine. No, just that he is gay. If he were a straight man rushing home to his woman, you would not have a word to say about this. He defended you and this country. What more can you ask? Greater love hath no man than that he lay down his life for his friend...and his country and its citizens. SP, you say that gays don't have character, morals, ethical qualities, etc., etc. Yeah, we know, just like you straight Christians love saying that gays need to find God. Here's a reality check: they don't need to find Him. They already have FOUND Him. You would say, tho, that you can't have God and be gay. Well, the same thing is said about a lot of other people too. It's just not true. John 3:16 reminds us all that "For God so loved the world...." That's right ALL of the world. Each person just needs to believe in God and that's it. Yet, you people set yourselves up as experts about what is best for another human being. Read your Bible. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Whatsoever you doeth unto the least of these, my brethren, you have done it unto God. Jesus commands you to love one another. Of course, that will never happen because, obviously, the Bible must not mean gay people. Yeah, right. YOU don't have an exclusive contract with God and you don't get to say who can be of good character, have morals, and so on. This is something that only God can decide. You do not get to boss Him around neither. Don't bother to pray for me to see this differently; pray that God's will shall be done. Get it?
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