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Ugandan Anti-Kill Gay Bill

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Hondo
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http://www.politicsdaily.com/2009/12/10/under-pressure-rick-warren-condemns-ugandan-anti-gay-bill/

This might be in Ugandan but it has very strong support of some Christian churches here in the USA, Frightening.

I am a Christian and I might not agree with homosexuality; but when does that make it right for anyone government or church to tell someone else how they should live and what type of life style they should live under penalty of death.

Everyone should have the right to believe and live as they will. How do you feel about this,

Should Gays be killed because they are Gay?

Who or what would be next on the agenda?

lcarper2
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the Bible says all men are created equal it is not up to man to make that judgement it is up to God.It doesn't make any difference what we believe in we are a free counrty and will all answer for our sin's at the judgement of the Lord God himself.We are not perfect goverment needs to focus on getting people back to work and fixing health care and stay out of our personal business and I feel it is a matter of choice. I don't think anyone should be killed for that.

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Also in the news...
"A Baltimore jury awarded Albert Snyder nearly $11 million in his suit against the Westboro Baptist Church. The group protested his son’s funeral last year.
The group claims soldiers are being killed because the country promotes homosexuality."

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You ask "Should Gays be killed because they are Gay?".
No more than Christians should be killed for being Christian or Jews for being Jews...and the list goes on.

Of course not.
What 2 consenting adults do is NO ONE'S BUSINESS BUT THEIR'S.

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Hondo
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You make a very good point what if it was Christians giving the death sentence; I know you don’t believe in the Bible but the book does talks about Christians being killed for what they believe Rev 13: 7 & 14:12. I am not sure who will be doing the killing but not all Christians are Christians as we see in Uganadan, any Christian who would support killing anyone is only a Christian by name, not by Spirit.

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Hondo, I do believe there is "The Bible", I just question if it's the word of God. I know that historically the Romans fed the Christians to the lions. People of ALL faiths have been killed because of their faith since the dawn of religion.
I am reading a very interesting book about religion and how it often ruins things. I'm not going to get into it (here and now) but they point out so many cases where it has taken place.

I think we have to face it, people can really act like animals. I feel like that is an insult to animals though. Animals act as they do based on need and instinct.
People often kill because they WANT to.

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Hondo
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Very good point, I strongly agree that we do insult to the animals when we act like them

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Hondo
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It is a sad day for all Mankind when there are people who believe that killing someone because they don’t measure up to there standards is the right think to do.

I agree that all men are created equal and no one has the right to condemn another based on life style or belief.

Phil: That is pretty sad that any group would protest at someone funeral there personnel conviction, it make you wonder how much Christian is in there Christianity

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Sorry guys but I've been avoiding the news lately. It's just too depressing. I know I'm sticking my head in the sand but I can't keep it there forever or I can't breathe. Sometimes you just have to turn it off for awhile.

I can just see Phil shaking his finger at me and saying, "I'm surprised at you! How will things get changed if we all did that?"

In answer to Hondo's question, No. We shouldn't be killing each other for any reason.

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I was watching a British TV series the other night and in one part, when a Pakistani Muslim father found out his son's best friend was gay responded with something to the affect of 'You know I don't understand why there are these things, only Allah knows, all I can do is pray and maybe Allah will help me to understand'.

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