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Reflections of Christ in America

Old 07-02-2004, 12:20 PM
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CP I believe you read my posts incorrectly, with an eye that is already biased. Nowhere did I say I want to tell you what to do, watch or say. I want to see things changed, I know I can't change you, that is between God and you. But I also don't think I should have to put up with all of the filth etc... just because you want to. If I can't say take the junk off tv then you shouldn't be allowed to say keep it on. If you can work to keep it playing, which you do by watching it, then I can work to get it taken off. And you are right, I will live like I want and you can live like you want. This country is doing exactly that, everyone doing what they feel like doing, which leads to extreme moral decay. And that decay will reach a point one day where even you will want to see it changed, but by that time it might be too late.

What compass. Fine you raise your kids according to your compass, but don't expect me to trust mine to people that do not hold the same values as me.

kevin1 I am not sure if part of your tirade was aimed at me or not, it appeared to go fom Clint to me then every Christian so I thought I would address part of your post. It is interesting that you lump me into a group and judge me without even knowing me. That would be the same as me saying that because some aetheists are homosexuals that all of them are, are you? I doubt it but you see my point. I truly believe in loving the sinner and hating the sin. So when you say you hate *****s too don't throw me in that pot. I despise the sin, but would that the sinner turn from their ways. Never is an awful strong word and should rarely be used in the context you have as there is always someone somewhere that can refute it. And yes there are those that are rather blunt about their beliefs and condemn others too quickly, just as you yourself are doing right now to me without knowing anything about me other than what you have read, or should I say misread in three or four posts? I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for every person to practice what they say, or ascribe too, or exhibit the characteristics of their religion. There are no perfect people in any religion or group of people. Even you who claim to be so tolerant show little to no tolerance for Christianity or Born Again Believers, lumping them all into one group and castigating them. So right there you prove yourself to be as intolerant as you claim Christians are.

Yes it is a free country, so why should Christians not be allowed to try and change things? Are not the aetheists trying to God out of public life? Are not the homosexuals trying to make everyone accept them and their lifestyle? Why is it ok to promote sinful activities but not Christian activities and values? You don't want to live a decent moral life, fine go ahead and live like you want, and I will continue to try and get people to change. Nowhere have I even mentioned making anyone change, that is their choice. Just as I should have the choice to try and get people to change.
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Old 07-02-2004, 01:40 PM
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I'm a card carrying athiest and I won't have someone else's beliefs rammed down my throat simply because they believe that their way is the only way . Even the beliefs of the non-believer must be respected in this country or we are not practising what we preach(no pun intended.)

Kevin, you are able to carry that athiest card because you live in a nation that was founded on Godly principles. You can think the Lord for giving you the right to speak your mind and to speak your opinion on matters such as this. Mostly anywhere else your ass would be hung and left out to dry. No pun intended.
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Old 07-02-2004, 06:35 PM
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Gee, this is getting lively!
Good debate....however....I don't want to bite anyone!
There...that settles that!

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Old 07-03-2004, 01:13 PM
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I'm a card carrying athiest
I can't resist. Do you mean you belong to some atheist organization that issues membership cards?
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Old 07-04-2004, 05:52 AM
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Can i have anyones money who dosnt what it because it says in god we trust& or fat ol white men etc on it.
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