Monthly Archives: May 2015

Answers to Lonnie’s Questions

This dialogue began at Mike Bird’s blog with a post titled “Would you bake a cake for a gay wedding? The Perspective from Aussie Christians!”  Specifically, this is in answer to Lonnie’s request in this comment. I’ve put Lonnie’s comments (including … Continue reading

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We Shouldn’t Need Evidence That Gender Confusion Is Bad for Children…But We Have It

The author – Denise Shick – grew up with a transgender father (mother?).  Denise’s pain does not surprise us.  Why does it seem so few policy makers in America seems deaf to cries of pain like this?  We can only conclude … Continue reading

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Boy Scouts of America Puts Its Welfare Above the Welfare of the Boy

Robert Gates is the CEO of the Boy Scouts of America. In a speech at the Boy Scouts of America’s annual meeting in Atlanta last week, Gates said the group’s ban on gay Scoutmasters cannot last without endangering the future … Continue reading

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“I cannot deny my eating orientation.”

I have an eating orientation.  Do not judge me for it just because it may be different from yours. Each of us has an eating orientation.  We did not choose it.  We were born this way. My eating orientation is … Continue reading

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If It Had Not Been for the Lord on My Side – Gospel Song

Don’t be afraid to stand for righteousness.  That puts you on the Lord’s side. Stage version: Lyric version:

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Our Political Problems Have Moral Roots

Mankind’s fundamental problem is sin.  And the sin that lies at the heart of our political crisis and social decline is the undermining of the family.  And what has most undermined the family is licentiousness – the wanton pursuit of … Continue reading

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“I’m so sick of the gay marriage debate; let them have their way and let’s move on!”

Many people today think this:  “I’m so sick of the gay marriage debate; let them have their way on this issue and let’s all just move on!”  That is, they think that if the U. S. Supreme Court rules in … Continue reading

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How Do Heterosexual SS”M” Supporters Reach Their Conclusion?

This is a follow-up post to Why Do the Majority of SS”M” Supporters Care? Q:  What is the thinking process for heterosexual supporters of SS”M”?  Are they conscious that their commitment to sexual liberty is what’s driving them to side … Continue reading

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Do Not Waste Your Time Seeking Religious Liberty in America Today

Why should you expect to find religious liberty in America today?  Yes, I know it was founded on the basis of religious liberty, but that nation has ceased to be.  Today’s America is interested in sexual liberty, and, consequently, religious … Continue reading

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Why Do the Majority of SS”M” Supporters Care?

As I understand it, homosexuals make up about 2% of the population.  If the majority of the population now supports SS”M,”  that means that the majority of SS”M” supporters are not homosexual.  Why on earth do the heterosexuals care? They … Continue reading

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