Is homosexuality a sin?

Created by Travis Morgan on Oct 27, 2007

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“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

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#82428 Feb 6, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
Had to work for that one.

Look up the first on Amazon and see what you get.

Here is a quote from the second one;

"I suspect that some of these relationships were sexual, while others may not have been. It is impossible to prove either way and probably also somewhat irrelevant to understanding their way of thinking."

Typical gay twirl tricky dicky ricky...

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“ reality, what a concept”

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#82429 Feb 6, 2013
KiMare wrote:
Had to work for that one.
Look up the first on Amazon and see what you get.
Here is a quote from the second one;
"I suspect that some of these relationships were sexual, while others may not have been. It is impossible to prove either way and probably also somewhat irrelevant to understanding their way of thinking."
Typical gay twirl tricky dicky ricky...
Smile.
That doesn't even rate a c- for effort sweetie, that moronic response was not even phoned in. get back to me if and when you imagine you can actually refute anything which was said in either of those articles. Or anything I've said for that matter. That would be such a surprising change of pace.

“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

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#82431 Feb 6, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>That doesn't even rate a c- for effort sweetie, that moronic response was not even phoned in. get back to me if and when you imagine you can actually refute anything which was said in either of those articles. Or anything I've said for that matter. That would be such a surprising change of pace.
Your own source refuted what you said.

Hilarious!

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“Busting Kimare's”

Since: Feb 13

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#82432 Feb 6, 2013
The only thing that Kimare has is me, a dusty Mangina. valid arguments, not so much.
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Newark, OH

#82435 Feb 7, 2013
KiMare wrote:
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I am a genetic chimera and a hermaphrodite.
I am also a redeemed cynic who remains barbarian. I sink the knife of reality to the hilt into the belly of denial and twist it.
I have put my finger on simple points of reality that destroy and expose the deception of gay 'marriage' claims.
This has earned me my own personal troll which only affirms the validity of my posts.
Blessings.
IOW's, you're nuts!

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#82436 Feb 7, 2013
Rosa Winkel wrote:
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No, but your Constitution says plenty about the rights of Homo Sapiens. Famously, since the 18C.
It doesn't use the word homo sapiens, lol. They didn't refer to people as evolved either. If our rights were granted ..by our Creator, then we must believe in one to even believe this document.

If not, if we believe in survival of the fittest, then its logical that we not fault 'the fittest' for eliminating the weak and less fit.

You can't just pick and choose what's convenient in premises and forget what conclusions they support.

We have people who don't believe in God or even that they were Created, trying to USE a document which expressly does. If they don't believe in the God referred to, then they can't believe they obtain inalienable Rights either. So those Rights ARE alienable after all. Because they depend on the fittest. And the fittest will save the rights for themselves, and when enough power is secured and they can't be opposed, will do as they please with the rest.

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“ reality, what a concept”

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#82437 Feb 7, 2013
KiMare wrote:
Your own source refuted what you said.
Hilarious!
In what you've been passing off as your mind perhaps, but what you pass off as your mind tends to believe in a lot of incredibly stupid things rather deliberately. This would be just one more. Sweetums, while there is no absolute proof that any of these consecrated brotherments involved a sexual relationship, from what IS known about some of these God blessed couples, the bigger surprise would come if there WASN'T.

“ reality, what a concept”

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#82438 Feb 7, 2013
raises eyebrows wrote:
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It doesn't use the word homo sapiens, lol. They didn't refer to people as evolved either. If our rights were granted ..by our Creator, then we must believe in one to even believe this document.
If not, if we believe in survival of the fittest, then its logical that we not fault 'the fittest' for eliminating the weak and less fit.
You can't just pick and choose what's convenient in premises and forget what conclusions they support.
We have people who don't believe in God or even that they were Created, trying to USE a document which expressly does. If they don't believe in the God referred to, then they can't believe they obtain inalienable Rights either. So those Rights ARE alienable after all. Because they depend on the fittest. And the fittest will save the rights for themselves, and when enough power is secured and they can't be opposed, will do as they please with the rest.
HISTORY LESSON.

The inalienable rights of man, "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" are not in the Constitution, but in the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence. A document written to finally give a focus to the various acts of rebellion against British authority that had been occurring for the better part of a decade. The Constitution, our founding fathers second attempt to figure out what they were actually doing after the British conceded defeat to the revolution, actually makes no reference to God or the belief that we were created. While our founding fathers were more or less brought up Christian, they were also living in what we now refer to as the Age of Enlightenment which had had its spark the rather heretical notion that the sum total of human knowledge and understanding isn't summed up by the Bible alone. They were of the thought that our government and our religion aren't and should never be one and the same thing. They gave to us a system of governance which welcomes the beliefs of the Godly as well as the Non-Godly.
Rosa Winkel

Australia

#82439 Feb 7, 2013
raises eyebrows wrote:
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It doesn't use the word homo sapiens, lol. They didn't refer to people as evolved either. If our rights were granted ..by our Creator, then we must believe in one to even believe this document.
If not, if we believe in survival of the fittest, then its logical that we not fault 'the fittest' for eliminating the weak and less fit.
You can't just pick and choose what's convenient in premises and forget what conclusions they support.
We have people who don't believe in God or even that they were Created, trying to USE a document which expressly does. If they don't believe in the God referred to, then they can't believe they obtain inalienable Rights either. So those Rights ARE alienable after all. Because they depend on the fittest. And the fittest will save the rights for themselves, and when enough power is secured and they can't be opposed, will do as they please with the rest.
I believe your Founding Fathers were mostly Deist, not Christian. Different belief systems.
They certainly believed in secular government.
Rosa Winkel

Australia

#82440 Feb 7, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>HISTORY LESSON.
The inalienable rights of man, "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" are not in the Constitution, but in the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence. A document written to finally give a focus to the various acts of rebellion against British authority that had been occurring for the better part of a decade. The Constitution, our founding fathers second attempt to figure out what they were actually doing after the British conceded defeat to the revolution, actually makes no reference to God or the belief that we were created. While our founding fathers were more or less brought up Christian, they were also living in what we now refer to as the Age of Enlightenment which had had its spark the rather heretical notion that the sum total of human knowledge and understanding isn't summed up by the Bible alone. They were of the thought that our government and our religion aren't and should never be one and the same thing. They gave to us a system of governance which welcomes the beliefs of the Godly as well as the Non-Godly.
That's right we were quoting your Declaration of Independence, a very famous document.

“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

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#82441 Feb 7, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>In what you've been passing off as your mind perhaps, but what you pass off as your mind tends to believe in a lot of incredibly stupid things rather deliberately. This would be just one more. Sweetums, while there is no absolute proof that any of these consecrated brotherments involved a sexual relationship, from what IS known about some of these God blessed couples, the bigger surprise would come if there WASN'T.
A sacrilegious deceitful act is your example of gay marriage in Christianity?

Nuff said.

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“ reality, what a concept”

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#82442 Feb 7, 2013
KiMare wrote:
A sacrilegious deceitful act is your example of gay marriage in Christianity?
Nuff said.
Smile.
If that was really your best possible comeback, why bother? It was neither deceitful nor sacrilegious sweetie, the Church knew exactly what was going on, if they paid the fare they got the rite.

Ass dismissed.

“Not a Noob.. New profile!”

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#82443 Feb 7, 2013
I am by no means religious in any way, as it's complete nonsense and completely refuted by science and evolution, so my opinion is not based on this farce.

The simple truth of it though is that the thought of what two men do to each other does no more than make my stomach lurch and i think they should be eradicated in a last ditch attempt to purify the gene pool....

Let the bible thumper and shirt lifter earbashings roll...:)

“ reality, what a concept”

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#82444 Feb 7, 2013
Playitsafe wrote:
I am by no means religious in any way, as it's complete nonsense and completely refuted by science and evolution, so my opinion is not based on this farce.
The simple truth of it though is that the thought of what two men do to each other does no more than make my stomach lurch and i think they should be eradicated in a last ditch attempt to purify the gene pool....
Let the bible thumper and shirt lifter earbashings roll...:)
What sweet thoughts coming from someone who should do the rest of the human race a favor and have yourself violently neutered.

“Busting Kimare's”

Since: Feb 13

Clitty

#82445 Feb 7, 2013
Playitsafe wrote:
I am by no means religious in any way, as it's complete nonsense and completely refuted by science and evolution, so my opinion is not based on this farce.
The simple truth of it though is that the thought of what two men do to each other does no more than make my stomach lurch and i think they should be eradicated in a last ditch attempt to purify the gene pool....
Let the bible thumper and shirt lifter earbashings roll...:)
Quit thinking about it then. I'll bet the thought of two women munching each other makes your teeny weenie hard. Don't you think that's a bit odd?

“Busting Kimare's”

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Clitty

#82446 Feb 7, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>What sweet thoughts coming from someone who should do the rest of the human race a favor and have yourself violently neutered.
I've got a rusty knife, if you'll hold him down.

“ reality, what a concept”

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#82447 Feb 7, 2013
Dusty Mangina wrote:
I've got a rusty knife, if you'll hold him down.
I was thinking more along the lines of a chainsaw just for giggles, but hey, your idea works well too.

“KiMare'a the Monster Mutation”

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#82449 Feb 7, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>If that was really your best possible comeback, why bother? It was neither deceitful nor sacrilegious sweetie, the Church knew exactly what was going on, if they paid the fare they got the rite.
Ass dismissed.
A 'comeback'? Hardly. Simply the fact.

Only you would be proud.

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“Busting Kimare's”

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#82451 Feb 7, 2013
KiMare wrote:
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A 'comeback'? Hardly. Simply the fact.
Only you would be proud.
Smile.
We still have a problem with facts, I see. Remember what internal lesbian mangina has told you about opinions and facts?

One step forward, two steps back.
Rosa Winkel

Australia

#82452 Feb 8, 2013
Hey don't worry about that "Playitsafe" troll, fellas. He hasn't got much to start with.
But if u insist...here's my magnifying glass.

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