Friday, September 9, 2011 1:12:54 PM
I admit, that's a good point crakrjak, BUT I would personally live a good life without religion and then end up in hell (yes, I really would) than live a bad life with religion and end up in heaven.
Friday, September 9, 2011 8:50:25 AM
on abnormal urges
Of course because being gay has always been seen as 'abnormal` to the far right. That`s why after APA`s decision to remove homosexuality from the DSM they immediately started going from `disease` to `choice`.
Monday, September 5, 2011 8:55:22 AM
CJ, isn't resisting temptation one of the basic principles of Christianity. If there were no temptation to resist because moral people don`t need to make a choice nullify your whole religious purpose? I thought everyone is filled with sin and it is only by denying that sinful nature and accepting Jesus that anyone can be saved. If you are born moral and have no need to make moral choices in life, then everyone is predestined for heaven or hell based on the presence or absence of morality. Wouldn`t that render the bible as misleading?