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There's a difference between expressing your religious conviction regarding the gay lifestyle and "bashing"! Many Christians will say, "My faith tells me this is wrong." Rather than, "I am justified in hating gays because of how they live." Christ said, "Hate the sin, love the sinner." That's not being judgmental or else you would have to say that Christ was judgmental. And that has never been a widely held view of Him.
@Doris.... Your last sentence made you sound like a schizophrenic. Most are sharing your viewpoint so I'm not sure who you're talking to, the voices? I don't know the best of luck to you.
My,my,my!! Listen to that - all you unbelievers working so hard to be tolerant. Unfortunately your tolerance does not extend to true Christians who stand for their faith. Of us you are INTOLERANT BEYOND BELIEF! But guess what - we Christians don't expect anything else from you. We believe what we do because the Word of God says so. You obviously believe what you believe just so you don't have to believe what WE believe!
@James.... I find your opinions interesting. I think some of this may depend on where you reside. I live where God is still said in school during the pledge of allegiance. Gays are bashed hard, I tell my son the world is not a everyone loves all place. If it isn't one thing, it's another.
I stand corrected- according to Wikipedia, it was during the tv series, Growing Pains, when Kirk Cameron became a Christian. I read that after Kirk's conversion to Christianity, that he desired for the show's lines to be "stripped of anything he thought too adult or racy".
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