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To: SeekAndFind
an overwhelming majority of evangelical Christians (75 percent) are opposed to it.

But they will be forced to live in a society (of which they are part and vastly outnumber the proponents) that tolerates it.

When PC and Christianity collide, why must it always be Christianity that loses?

7 posted on 03/28/2010 9:07:03 AM PDT by IronJack (=)
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an overwhelming majority of evangelical Christians (75 percent) are opposed to it.

Makes me wonder in what sense the other 25% consider themselves Evangelical Christians.
9 posted on 03/28/2010 9:08:15 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
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To: IronJack

From what I’ve seen in the western world, Christianity has lost to convenience and secularism for the better part of the past 200 years. It doesn’t say much for Christianity when it has been eradicated as a serious movement in many of its core countries.


16 posted on 03/28/2010 10:04:26 AM PDT by Clemenza (Remember our Korean War Veterans)
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I was at a service club meeting the Thursday after the 2004 election. There was a discussion at one table questioning how it was Constitutional for Evangelical Christians to even vote. The woman who raised this question is an elderly Jewish woman who was a lawyer.


30 posted on 03/29/2010 2:06:21 PM PDT by massgopguy (I owe everything to George Bailey)
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