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Old August 11th, 2012, 12:32 PM   #49 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Rachel_Ambler View Post
As shocking as it may sound, being Christian and supporting gay marriage is not necessarily exclusive.

At the end of the day why are people so against the LGBT community from boycotting CFA? He said and did something we don't like, we don't eat there as a result. Is that really so bad, so evil, so wrong?
I sure agree with that. All of the gays I know attend the churches in town, and no none of those churches are "gay churches" (whatever that is, but had to say that because the last time I mentioned that they go to church the response was "but they're 'gay churches,' right?" ).

The different Protestant Christian denominations can't agree on the Trinity or need for communion or an empty cross/cross with dead Jesus on it, I don't expect them to agree on sexual orientation either, so I can see why homosexual men and women might struggle with it but I can also see why they feel just as Christian as any straight person in the congregation.
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