idraax: Europe is weird then. Math should be standardized internationally.
Without morals, or guiding principles, in our lives, what are we but a slovenly plethora of rapists and murderers?
Gays may or may not be born gay, and until we know, it is best to assume not, as there is no evidence of such a link, but they can change--a fundamental difference.
Yes, we do need limits-- for rapists, and murders and other CRIMINALS. However, homosexuals have done nothing illegal, unless of course they are in Texas. So why are we punishing productive members of society for a crime they haven't actually commited?
Firstly, it is better to assume neither, because there isn't evidence supporting either claim. Three very good friends of mine dated women, yet knew that it didn't feel right. So you can not sight homosexual men having a relationship with a heterosexual woman as "evidence" because of that wonderful little defense mechanism known as Denial. (More than just a river in Egypt folks.)
But to the real point-- Gays are different because they can change. By your arguement, In, one person denouncing their faith and becoming an atheist means that no one really believes. Nor would addiction actually exist, because if Jo Shmo can quit drinking you should be able to walk away too. You can't argue in generalities on subjects like this one, as human nature is just too versatile. Or to be metaphorical--if someone sees the world in black and white, how can you possibly expect them to paint in color?Your logic here is shaky and immature. I'm disappointed.
Bobo wrote:I don't think Hunter is uncomfortable with it as much as having no respect for religion. He apparently thinks that at least my religion has no standing whatsoever in any argument or discussion. And if gays don't believe my religion, so what?
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