I don't see not forcing my beliefs on others as helping them<quoted text>Just saw this... yes sir. If I sin it is gross to God. If I continue in that unrepentant sin, that is. However, if I repent then the slate is wiped clean through the Blood of
Christ. Those who are in gay relationships are obviously continuing in unrepentant sin... if they repent however and come to Christ then that slate would be wiped clean also through Christ's Blood... but other than that it is sinful behavior and helping a person to commit sin is pretty much aiding and abetting.
A vote to me is saying, do you want to force your beliefs on others and I don't think I have that right
But as far as sinning, the bible says we are no longer controlled by our sinful natures, our new creations in Christ, have been given a way out of every temptation, and should not sin any longer once we believe.
So my question is, how can we not only expect people who haven't had the benefit of all the above to stop sinning when we don't, but how do we take it one step further and restrict their rights for sinning when they aren't even Christians yet we do nothing to restrict the rights of Christians who continue to commit sins that aren't illegal?
How is that not the most hypocritical type of judging there is?