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Austinstar: I am not so aware of all these aspects of Christians' interfering with the legally accepted ways of life - but I see your point and I agree.
Some are still trying to interfere with the legal marriages of gay people - blocking them (Kim Davis and a new guy), threatening death, introducing bills 2 criminalise anal sex (tho, it's not just gays who do that...). We're aware even if u arent.
Very well made points. One curiosity is the fact that this issue is principally an American situation. In much of Europe what you suggest applies already in most cases, maybe because there is a considerably higher percentage of religious sceptics.
I am a Christian and my church and religion believes that it is our responsibility to save souls by informing them of the grace of God. We do not force our religion on anyone or judge.
cobrien - please inform your church that the grace of god is free for the asking and god doesn't need you to take responsibility for it. If someone wants to go to church, simply invite them, don't preach to them.
Well said! I don't say this because I feel vindicated with my own atheistic opinions.....only because I see it as a very big reason for anyone who has a Faith to open his/her mind to the opinions of others....with nothing to fear for being open.
Besarien :You are absolutely right. The problem is the one of communication, not what people privately choose to believe. I don't understand the logic behind religion, if there is any, but I can accept people believing, logic or not.
You are wrong on both points. Read your bible. God himself has the worst morals of any of the deities. And this country was founded on the freedom to worship or not worship as you prefer. NOT on Christianity. That is a false rumor. Re: Constitution