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User avatar #47 - matt leaf (05/15/2012) [-]
Allows gay marriage but is Christian?
User avatar #80 to #47 - ninjastarthrow (05/15/2012) [-]
Where in your book says Gays can't be married? The only reason I would look at that stupid book is to see if it says anything about gay marriage. I seriously doubt it's in there.
User avatar #64 to #47 - Mackenzieofcourse (05/15/2012) [-]
In the words of Stephen Colbert..

"I would like to read to you what Jesus said about homosexuality..
I'd like to, but he never said anything about it."
User avatar #59 to #47 - commontroll (05/15/2012) [-]
I'm a Christian, I don't think being gay is right in God's eyes, but it's no different from any other sin. I think it's fine for the government to allow it, but as long as they don't interfere with whether or not a church, mosque, or temple allows gay marriages. At the very least they could be married under the State.
#103 to #59 - anonymous (05/15/2012) [-]
Holy shit you're retarded.
User avatar #63 to #59 - specialday (05/15/2012) [-]
Being gay is no different than rape and murder? either you worded that wrong or i would not like to be your friend.
User avatar #66 to #63 - commontroll (05/15/2012) [-]
Other sins are lying, shaving, not being circumcised, lusting, masturbating, feeling hatred toward somebody, stealing, eating pork.

All sin is the same, those things all the way to the extremes like rape and murder. Shut up and stop assuming I'm saying it's a terrible thing. I'm saying it's the same as all the other shit we do on a daily basis, that nobody thinks is wrong.
#109 to #66 - iamtheweirdestpwnr (05/15/2012) [-]
oh my gloria i cant believe i didn't notice your name hahah i have nothing against mischief! now run along ya lil troll :D
User avatar #129 to #109 - commontroll (05/15/2012) [-]
Dude, that's a list of some sins that most everybody ignores. I'm just saying that sin is sin. If you are imperfect, then you're not perfect. Doesn't mean you're a terrible person, I'm just saying in God's eyes, either you're perfect, or not. And news flash, nobody's perfect. That was the whole point of all those laws. To show that we aren't perfect, but that we can still be forgiven. I'm saying gay people are the same as Mother Theresa, and the same as me.

I'm just saying what my beliefs say. I don't see why everybody's thinking I'm hating on gays. I'm saying they should be allowed to marry, but if a religious establishment says that they don't believe it's right to marry a gay couple, then that should be that establishment's choice, and that the government shouldn't interfere with that.
User avatar #87 to #66 - ninjastarthrow (05/15/2012) [-]
You're kidding me right? People are saying Gays can't adopt because it puts kids in a spot where they learn weird things but its totally cool for a man to get drunk and beat the shit out of his wife in front of his kids, or its okay for a mom to get fucked up on the wacky tobaccy and lock her kids outside or in a closet? Oh yeah that's not as bad as 2 average joe guys raising a kid? If two guys want to get married then we have no rights to stop them. Oh and what if those two guys were atheist? Do they have to follow your crummy book too? Fuck off with your blabbing on about sins. If I can't go to "Heaven" because I looked at a woman and thought "Shes pretty hot." Then I don't want to go there.
User avatar #126 to #87 - commontroll (05/15/2012) [-]
Did I ever say any of that stuff is okay? Or did I ever say that you're a terrible person for lusting? No, we all commit sins, that's why Christians believe in Jesus being a sacrifice. All it is is being imperfect, which all of us are. You, me, Mother Theresa, Hitler, the guy down the street with a limp who collects stray cats, the local priest, the local drug dealer, and the guy in the gas station by your house. They're all imperfect, and none of them deserve heaven. It's not something you earn. That's the point of Christianity.

And I said that it should be legalized. Why don't you read my comments before getting your knickers in a knot? I said the government should legalize it, but unlike some countries, it shouldn't force religious establishments (such as a mosque or a church, or a synagog or a temple) to marry them together, without being arrested or fined. I'm saying it should be legal in all the states. But if they want to get married in a church by a pastor or priest, then that pastor or priest should be allowed to stick by what they think is moral and gracefully decline.
#72 to #66 - iamtheweirdestpwnr (05/15/2012) [-]
curiosity: do you believe that being gay is something that is caused by demons and can be prayed away?
User avatar #125 to #72 - commontroll (05/15/2012) [-]
No. I don't think it's genetic. There's too much evidence showing it's a hormone thing. But I don't think it's a choice either, unless it's just some teenager trying to go against the social norm as a phase. But people who are actually gay, it's not a choice. Nor is it a demon.
User avatar #89 to #72 - ninjastarthrow (05/15/2012) [-]
I hate people who think like that. My question always is..."If they have a whole different religion or are atheist do they have to do that?" I don't get religion. They always preach love and tolerance but then pull this shit.
#93 to #89 - iamtheweirdestpwnr (05/15/2012) [-]
i think nothing has to do with anything. there are atheist gays, atheist straights, christian gays, christian straights, gay supporting christians, atheist supporting gays, gay supporting atheists, atheists who are homophobic, the list goes on and on. my thing is, "Don't doubt anything and do what will make the most people happy and the least people miserable."
#58 to #47 - flandyho (05/15/2012) [-]
It's called a "christian country", BUT unlike (example wise) the USA, Norway separates religion and politics. So it's not like in USA where they go "In god we trust". Here in Norway the country is ruled on moral standards and common sense, and not biblical jibberish.   
   
+ We have free healthcare, education, welfare and our living standards are one of the highest in the world. AND in one part of Norway called Svalbard (separate from the mainland) we have motherfucking polar bears.
It's called a "christian country", BUT unlike (example wise) the USA, Norway separates religion and politics. So it's not like in USA where they go "In god we trust". Here in Norway the country is ruled on moral standards and common sense, and not biblical jibberish.

+ We have free healthcare, education, welfare and our living standards are one of the highest in the world. AND in one part of Norway called Svalbard (separate from the mainland) we have motherfucking polar bears.
#51 to #47 - iamtheweirdestpwnr (05/15/2012) [-]
I'm a gay christian. my sister went on a Mormon mission to Norway. she has no idea how many people she converted and baptized.
User avatar #57 to #51 - Mackenzieofcourse (05/15/2012) [-]
You're a Christian and your sister's a Mormon?
#60 to #57 - iamtheweirdestpwnr (05/15/2012) [-]
well Mormons are actually christian.. i believe in Christ i was born into an LDS family. nothing about the religion is messed up in anyway i just dont spend much of my time practicing it.
User avatar #62 to #60 - Mackenzieofcourse (05/15/2012) [-]
>nothing about the religion is messed up in anyway

..I didn't say it was, you shouldn't have to be so defensive if you think you're "Choosing the right" path in life. BWAHAH. But I live in Utah and.. yeah well, I'm not getting into it.
#69 to #62 - iamtheweirdestpwnr (05/15/2012) [-]
commonly people dont like mormons i was just clarifying i didnt find anything wrong with it.
User avatar #65 to #62 - specialday (05/15/2012) [-]
what do you have against this guy? you obviously are trying to get some sort of rustle going in his jimmies
#68 to #65 - Mackenzieofcourse (05/15/2012) [-]
Haha, I have nothing against him, I just live in a very concentrated region of his "Christian" religion. I've been to every kind of worshiping centre there is and studied every holy book, so I find awkward claims to be amusing.
Haha, I have nothing against him, I just live in a very concentrated region of his "Christian" religion. I've been to every kind of worshiping centre there is and studied every holy book, so I find awkward claims to be amusing.
#106 to #68 - iamtheweirdestpwnr (05/15/2012) [-]
Trying to disprove someone who believes differently is like trying to prove to cleverbot that he's not a human! its a waste of time but sometimes its fun. btw i didnt ask you what you believe, what do you?
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