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Sunday Prayer



The people walking out aren't walking out because they're insulted. The people walking out, are walking out to prove a point. They knew what Savage was about, where he stood, and everything he's saying in this lecture, is what he's been saying on national television for the last decade. So they arrived knowing what they were in for. They were simply waiting for the right time to make their televised point. Just sitting through his story, through his text and waiting, coiled and ready, to walk out of the room. Visible and noticed.

And just so we're clear: If we're going to follow the Bible and have it be the only religious book that guides us ethically, morally and spiritually, then we have to get together on exactly what the rules are.

And I mean, exactly.

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adamsmith2
Apr. 30th, 2012 01:36 pm (UTC)
I do believe the Bible is the Word of God, but figuratively. It is not literaly true. Jesus would never discriminate against people based on sexual preference. We only have hearsay regarding his words, but I believe that discimination was misinterpretstion of his words. We also can't ascribe the Inquisition or the burning times to him. Free will offers the possibilty of evil. Discrimination is an embodiement of evil. Jesus rejected evil.
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