Chris James Posted January 7, 2014 Report Share Posted January 7, 2014 There comes a time when those who single out the LGBT community and declare our rights invalid must stop and think. By waving a copy of the Constitution in one hand and the Bible in the other they are proving the inequality of those two documents. Guess which one I support. It is only a matter of time before we have a court case in which Christian ethics are put on trial and that is going to be another ugly moment in history. (the Scopes trial proved that). While it is all well and good that Christians are allowed to practice their religion, when they cross the line to enforce that agenda on others they have gone too far. The gay marriage issue is a fine example. When one Christian decides to starve himself in protest over gay marriage why do we care? He probably doesn't care if a gay teen is abused and bullied or if children languish in an orphanage instead of being nurtured in a good gay family. To many of us, Christianity is a thought process instead of a reality. I grant him the right to think the way he wants but that is a two way street. This man and those like him had better look both ways before he crosses that street or he is going to get run over by a truck...and I wouldn't mind driving it. Here's a well written piece that describes the gay side of the issue: http://www.lgbtqnation.com/2014/01/a-gay-dads-open-letter-to-the-man-who-refused-to-eat-while-gay-couples-married/ Quote Link to comment
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