>>If you fear the one true God, define America as
>>a Christian Nation, seek to make Gods Law the law of
>>the land, think of homosexuals as freaks and sinners, and
>>want to jail women who have abortions
you might be a
>This is a joke. Anyone who views the Christian right this
>way is either brain dead or has an agenda.
Speak for yourself, Cowboy. I believe those things, you gotta problem with that?
- If you don't agree with us, you ain't no American!
I am certainly an American and a Christian and a Conservative.
I think Homosexuality is a sin. I also think one sexual orientation deserves no special rights, no changing of the structural foundation of the society. I think that ALL AIDS patience should be quarantined and I do not think schools should be teaching homosexuality.
I think this nation was founded on Christian morals and principles. G_d was the first and loudest proponent of Liberty, Freedom and Personal Responsibility.
I believe in the sanctity of life and the Abortion should be illegal. I think it is a detriment to society and erodes the concepts of personal responsibility. I do not think any woman who has an abortion should be jailed. Jail the Doctor once it is illegal.
I think Moral absolutes are the one and only way to establish the rule of law (another G_d invention) and those moral absolutes can only be established by a transcendent moral authority. Authority by creation.
I do think however that you cannot force all G_ds laws upon man - He certainly never forced anything. You must establish a baseline of absolutes, absolutes from that transcendent authority (Jefferson like to call it Natural law), for a civil society. It is the responsibility of the Christians to share and live the faith, then and only then will this nation be saved.
I would not therefore outlaw homosexuality or ban porn and alcohol. Set limits yes, but forcing man to be good will not save his soul.
posted on 07/30/2003 12:19:26 PM PDT
(They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters.)
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