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This is a perfect example of "Love the sinner, hate the sin." While we are all created by God and should be loved, some things that we do are not good. Jesus didn't condone Mary Magdaline's profession. He said, "Neither do I condemn you. Now go, and leave your life of sin." The same applies to the person who behaves homosexually -- we are not to condemn them, but they should 'go and leave their life of sin.'
Party Pooper! You want to take away all our fun!?
It was AppleInsider's error in posting a topic referring to homosexuals. Discussing homosexuality not 'off-topic' because they started the topic.
It's a question of right or wrong. To compare that to being black would mean you would have to ask the question if it was wrong to be black. But homosexuality is a behavior, and there are differing opinions as to whether that behavior is right or wrong.
God's forgiveness is open to ALL. Even you, wilco.
I have no problem with evolution. I do believe that changes happen over time. However, evolution doesn't explain the origins of life, and one species spontaneously becoming another species is statistically impossible. And to get back to the topic at hand, homosexuality could not have arisen by way of evolution. It goes against the whole premise of Darwinian theory -- that traits that cause a creature to procreate more are adventageous, whereas traits that cause a...
There aren't a whole lot of solid, born-again, God-seeking women out there. But it's really not about whether she's a statistical needle-in-a-haystack or not. I'm trusting God to arrange for us to meet at the right time.
Maybe someone did, but she doesn't particularly care for the rules and chooses to do what she will. In 5 more years I can star in a movie called "The 40-Year-Old Virgin." Sex is for marriage, and I am a man that has not yet met the right woman. God promises that trusting in him, in his love, and in his rules, will result in a better life than going our own way. Not all urges need to be satisfied.
A few of you seem to be missing the point of marriage rather spectacularly (and possibly willfully). I agree that there should be provisions for a single person to will their belongings to someone else. However, marriage by definition is between a man and a woman. Whether you want to look at this theistically or evolutionarily, marriage is between a man and a woman. Any single person gets 'no special treatment'/'equal treatment' as any other single, unmarried person.
Is it not O.K. to hate wrong behavior? As the saying goes, "Love the sinner, hate the sin."
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