Will Gay Marriage Pit Church Against ...

Will Gay Marriage Pit Church Against Church?

There are 16101 comments on the news.yahoo.com story from Apr 27, 2009, titled Will Gay Marriage Pit Church Against Church?. In it, news.yahoo.com reports that:

The trouble they see is not just an America where general support for gay marriage will have driven a wedge between churches and the world, but between churches themselves.

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#13931 Apr 19, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>You can pray for that all you want sweetie,
But I don't. You're still a liar.

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#13932 Apr 19, 2013
Thinking wrote:
Do you believe in the bible?
<quoted text>
Please stop worshiping me and asking ignorant questions.

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#13933 Apr 19, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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Nothing. They just don't have Christian salvation.
DEAL !

<Holds out hand to be shaken>

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#13934 Apr 19, 2013
Mirror Mirror Face wrote:
<quoted text>You gays don't know anything about the history of your classification with pedophilia.
Typical statement of a fundy terrorist.

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#13935 Apr 19, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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Nothing. They just don't have Christian salvation.
Nobody wants to join you in your delusional eternity. Nobody even wants your silly comic book pamphlets either. LMAO

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#13936 Apr 19, 2013
WasteWater wrote:
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Nobody wants to join you in your delusional eternity. Nobody even wants your silly comic book pamphlets either. LMAO
A FEW do.

Matthew 7:14 (NKJV)
14 Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.
Thinking

Sheffield, UK

#13937 Apr 19, 2013
So you don't believe in the bible.
dollarsbill wrote:
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Please stop worshiping me and asking ignorant questions.

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#13938 Apr 19, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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A FEW do.
Matthew 7:14 (NKJV)
14 Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.
Quoting the Bible only makes you look all the more ignorant because you have no idea what you are discussing. That's why I don't want to spend Eternity with you.

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#13939 Apr 19, 2013
Thinking wrote:
So you don't believe in the bible.
<quoted text>
Your ignorant comment noted.

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#13940 Apr 19, 2013
WasteWater wrote:
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Quoting the Bible only makes you look all the more ignorant because you have no idea what you are discussing. That's why I don't want to spend Eternity with you.
But you have Satanic glasses. Hell fire awaits you.
Truthsayer777

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#13941 Apr 19, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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But you have Satanic glasses. Hell fire awaits you.
Go to see "God's pitbull" is doing well and warning sinners of their peril. www.scribd.com/doc/31322017 ... Salvation is of the Lord!
Truthsayer777

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#13942 Apr 19, 2013
Oops. meant to say "GOOD to see..."

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#13943 Apr 19, 2013
Truthsayer777 wrote:
<quoted text>Go to see "God's pitbull" is doing well and warning sinners of their peril. www.scribd.com/doc/31322017 ... Salvation is of the Lord!
yes, been quite entertaining to see him get his fangs pulled by people who actually know what they're talking about
Truthsayer777

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#13944 Apr 19, 2013
RubyTheDyke wrote:
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yes, been quite entertaining to see him get his fangs pulled by people who actually know what they're talking about
So, you say. He tells you the truth.

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#13945 Apr 19, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
<quoted text>
A FEW do.
Matthew 7:14 (NKJV)
14 Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.
Not your majority opinion.

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#13946 Apr 19, 2013
Truthsayer777 wrote:
<quoted text>Go to see "God's pitbull" is doing well and warning sinners of their peril. www.scribd.com/doc/31322017 ... Salvation is of the Lord!
Stop spam advertizing for your blog, Dan.

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#13947 Apr 19, 2013
Truthsayer777 wrote:
<quoted text>So, you say. He tells you the truth.
No, he simply tells me his version of it and has failed to successfully refute any real challenge to it. You might think blithering the same thing over and over again and ignoring to meet a challenge to it represents a victory, the rest of it see it for pathetic and self-serving denial

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#13948 Apr 19, 2013
I was reminded of this recently ..

Robert A. Heinlein wrote these words in 1952 and delivered them to a national radio audience in a broadcast interview by Edward R. Murrow, during his series "This I Believe".

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"I am not going to talk about religious beliefs, but about matters so obvious that it has gone out of style to mention them.

"I believe in my neighbors.

"I know their faults and I know that their virtues far outweigh their faults. Take Father Michael down our road a piece --I'm not of his creed, but I know the goodness and charity and lovingkindness that shine in his daily actions. I believe in Father Mike; if I'm in trouble, I'll go to him. My next-door neighbor is a veterinary doctor. Doc will get out of bed after a hard day to help a stray cat. No fee -- no prospect of a fee. I believe in Doc.

"I believe in my townspeople. You can knock on any door in our town say,'I'm hungry,' and you will be fed. Our town is no exception; I've found the same ready charity everywhere. For the one who says,'To heck with you -- I got mine,' there are a hundred, a thousand, who will say,'Sure, pal, sit down.'

"I know that, despite all warnings against hitchhikers, I can step to the highway, thumb for a ride and in a few minutes a car or a truck will stop and someone will say,'Climb in, Mac. How how far you going?'

"I believe in my fellow citizens. Our headlines are splashed with crime, yet for every criminal there are 10,000 honest decent kindly men. If it were not so, no child would live to grow up, business could not go on from day to day. Decency is not news; it is buried in the obituaries --but it is a force stronger than crime.

"I believe in the patient gallantry of nurses...in the tedious sacrifices of teachers. I believe in the unseen and unending fight against desperate odds that goes on quietly in almost every home in the land.

"I believe in the honest craft of workmen. Take a look around you. There never were enough bosses to check up on all that work. From Independence Hall to the Grand Coulee Dam, these things were built level and square by craftsmen who were honest in their bones.

"I believe that almost all politicians are honest. For every bribed alderman there are hundreds of politicians, low paid or not paid at all, doing their level best without thanks or glory to make our system work. If this were not true, we would never have gotten past the thirteen colonies.

"I believe in Rodger Young. You and I are free today because of endless unnamed heroes from Valley Forge to the Yalu River.

"I believe in -- I am proud to belong to -- the United States. Despite shortcomings, from lynchings to bad faith in high places, our nation has had the most decent and kindly internal practices and foreign policies to be found anywhere in history.

"And finally, I believe in my whole race. Yellow, white, black, red, brown --in the honesty, courage, intelligence, durability....and goodness.....of the overwhelming majority of my brothers and sisters everywhere on this planet. I am proud to be a human being. I believe that we have come this far by the skin of our teeth, that we always make it just by the skin of our teeth --but that we will always make it .... survive .... endure. I believe that this hairless embryo with the aching, oversize brain case and the opposable thumb, this animal barely up from the apes, will endure --will endure longer than his home planet, will spread out to the other planets, to the stars, and beyond, carrying with him his honesty, his insatiable curiosity, his unlimited courage --and his noble essential decency.

"This I believe with all my heart."

Robert Anson Heinlein (July 7, 1907 – May 8, 1988)

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_I_Believe

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Heinlein

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#13949 Apr 19, 2013
I was reminded of this recently ..

Robert A. Heinlein wrote these words in 1952 and delivered them to a national radio audience in a broadcast interview by Edward R. Murrow, as and installment of his series "This I Believe".

-------

"I am not going to talk about religious beliefs, but about matters so obvious that it has gone out of style to mention them.

"I believe in my neighbors.

"I know their faults and I know that their virtues far outweigh their faults. Take Father Michael down our road a piece --I'm not of his creed, but I know the goodness and charity and lovingkindness that shine in his daily actions. I believe in Father Mike; if I'm in trouble, I'll go to him. My next-door neighbor is a veterinary doctor. Doc will get out of bed after a hard day to help a stray cat. No fee -- no prospect of a fee. I believe in Doc.

"I believe in my townspeople. You can knock on any door in our town say,'I'm hungry,' and you will be fed. Our town is no exception; I've found the same ready charity everywhere. For the one who says,'To heck with you -- I got mine,' there are a hundred, a thousand, who will say,'Sure, pal, sit down.'

"I know that, despite all warnings against hitchhikers, I can step to the highway, thumb for a ride and in a few minutes a car or a truck will stop and someone will say,'Climb in, Mac. How how far you going?'

"I believe in my fellow citizens. Our headlines are splashed with crime, yet for every criminal there are 10,000 honest decent kindly men. If it were not so, no child would live to grow up, business could not go on from day to day. Decency is not news; it is buried in the obituaries --but it is a force stronger than crime.

"I believe in the patient gallantry of nurses...in the tedious sacrifices of teachers. I believe in the unseen and unending fight against desperate odds that goes on quietly in almost every home in the land.

"I believe in the honest craft of workmen. Take a look around you. There never were enough bosses to check up on all that work. From Independence Hall to the Grand Coulee Dam, these things were built level and square by craftsmen who were honest in their bones.

"I believe that almost all politicians are honest. For every bribed alderman there are hundreds of politicians, low paid or not paid at all, doing their level best without thanks or glory to make our system work. If this were not true, we would never have gotten past the thirteen colonies.

"I believe in Rodger Young. You and I are free today because of endless unnamed heroes from Valley Forge to the Yalu River.

"I believe in -- I am proud to belong to -- the United States. Despite shortcomings, from lynchings to bad faith in high places, our nation has had the most decent and kindly internal practices and foreign policies to be found anywhere in history.

"And finally, I believe in my whole race. Yellow, white, black, red, brown --in the honesty, courage, intelligence, durability....and goodness.....of the overwhelming majority of my brothers and sisters everywhere on this planet. I am proud to be a human being. I believe that we have come this far by the skin of our teeth, that we always make it just by the skin of our teeth --but that we will always make it .... survive .... endure. I believe that this hairless embryo with the aching, oversize brain case and the opposable thumb, this animal barely up from the apes, will endure --will endure longer than his home planet, will spread out to the other planets, to the stars, and beyond, carrying with him his honesty, his insatiable curiosity, his unlimited courage --and his noble essential decency.

"This I believe with all my heart."

Robert Anson Heinlein (July 7, 1907 – May 8, 1988)

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_I_Believe

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Heinlein

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#13950 Apr 19, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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But you have Satanic glasses. Hell fire awaits you.
Whatever

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