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There's a lot of flap over the comments made by Duck Dynasty star, Phil Robertson, which are themselves paraphrases of Biblical teaching. Notably, lines have been drawn in America with those who are disparagingly called "conservative" Christians on one side and secularists opposed to the Moral teachings of Christianity on the other. This should be unsurprising however, since Jesus Himself predicted such events. But don't be mad at us because we ... Continue Reading

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  1. Julie Hatchell
    1 year ago

    Thank you for this article. I agree with your statement about dietary law and that God gave those laws for man's own protection...but I think he also gave the prohibition against homosexuality for man's own protection in much the same manner.....Producing of children and the continuance of the human race is only achieved by relations between a man and a woman. Also, some dangerous and deadly health consequences can be a direct result of homosexual behavior. (E-coli in the kidneys, Aids, intestinal tears, etc.)

    Thank you for writing this article. I am not Catholic, but I think the new Pope is doing a wonderful job. I think some, however, misinterpret his meaning on certain things. I do not think he is condoning homosexuality....I think he is saying that he and God love the sinner - not the sin. Let them come to God as they are - he will take them and start working on them until they are perfected.

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