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Since: Mar 11

Jonesboro, AR

#21 May 30, 2012
ray elliott wrote:
<quoted text>This is so true,,, We have more rights taking from us every year,,however "in god we trust" is a phrase stricken from our right too,, did you like that one?????

Myself is on the fence with this one,,i believe those have the right to read what they want,,,i wouldn't stop you from reading the bible,,,just saying,,live and let live
As a Christian. I recognize that not everyone believes as I do and as such, they do not follow the same rules that I do. Our government (while heavily influenced by Christianity) has to walk a fine line in not endorsing any religion and laws to govern man by. While I agree that "In God We Trust" is historic when it comes to the history of this nation, i also agree that it borderlines religious endorsement.

Likewise, our freedoms are meant to protect us from each other but not ourselves. I live my life by the teachings and while I wholeheartedly support the constitution, I feel that clarifications should be made from time to time - not elimination of the rights that I have and that so many died to protect ... No matter how many people say it should.

“the hammer”

Since: Oct 08

n a

#22 May 30, 2012
SenseiDyer wrote:
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As a Christian. I recognize that not everyone believes as I do and as such, they do not follow the same rules that I do. Our government (while heavily influenced by Christianity) has to walk a fine line in not endorsing any religion and laws to govern man by. While I agree that "In God We Trust" is historic when it comes to the history of this nation, i also agree that it borderlines religious endorsement.
Likewise, our freedoms are meant to protect us from each other but not ourselves. I live my life by the teachings and while I wholeheartedly support the constitution, I feel that clarifications should be made from time to time - not elimination of the rights that I have and that so many died to protect ... No matter how many people say it should.
Sgt.Gary Stein is a prime example of our new world order,,,he had fought for our country and yet just because he voiced his opinion on facebook that he did not like Obama they had discharged him from his Marine benifit,,

1st. amendment freedom of speech and religion

He has fought so we can have them however they shamed him when he exercised his,,hmmmm??????
what

Little Rock, AR

#23 May 30, 2012
whats this book about??? Just read that it is good??
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#24 May 30, 2012
The only freedom of speech and rights anymore seems to be the freedom for immorality. If someone says anything about morals we're told to shut-up. What about our rights to pray in public schools? What about our rights when asked how we feel about gay marriage and answer we think it's wrong. Again, we're told to shut-up and then are accused of hate. Our Christian rights are being violated more than anyones because every where we go there is perversion going on and our children hear and see it everywhere. The Bible warns in the very last days people would call what's good bad and what's bad good. Come quickly Jesus!
guest

United States

#25 Jul 18, 2012
SenseiDyer wrote:
<quoted text>As a Christian. I recognize that not everyone believes as I do and as such, they do not follow the same rules that I do. Our government (while heavily influenced by Christianity) has to walk a fine line in not endorsing any religion and laws to govern man by. While I agree that "In God We Trust" is historic when it comes to the history of this nation, i also agree that it borderlines religious endorsement.

Likewise, our freedoms are meant to protect us from each other but not ourselves. I live my life by the teachings and while I wholeheartedly support the constitution, I feel that clarifications should be made from time to time - not elimination of the rights that I have and that so many died to protect ... No matter how many people say it should.
ok first of all it has nothing to do with being a Christian it's a book! And second of all are you celebant? Because if not then you have no room to judge anyone! And a a Christian isn't that a sin?? Everyone has sex that's a fact and just because of us like to read about does not make us bad. You have a choice to read it or not to. But I have read it and loved it.
jolene

Oroville, CA

#26 Oct 8, 2012
Great boos!!!

“the hammer”

Since: Oct 08

n a

#27 Oct 8, 2012
best christian book ever!!!!!!!! the sequel will prolly be cathic,,mmm hmmm,,oh snap!!!!!
Hurricane

Jonesboro, AR

#28 Oct 8, 2012
This country would be a lot better if all the holy rollers would F off.
Anonymous

Jonesboro, AR

#29 Oct 8, 2012
It's pretty easy. If you object to a book, don't check it out from the library. If you don't want your kids reading it, don't let them. But you leave it on the shelf for others who wish to read it. Why is that so hard to understand?
guest

United States

#30 Oct 9, 2012
Hmm... I thought even Christians had sex... The books are about a monogamous relationship... So what is so offensive?

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