I managed three paragraphs, and I can't read any more.I envy your stomach for these sorts of things, CC.
Yeah, and I made the mistake of starting to read "Violence of left wing bloggers"... LOFL! I decided to check comments, but their either are none, or they say, "This post has been removed by a blog administrator."
Another poorly-socialised Christopath with psycho-sexual hang-ups (check out Nicol Dumoulin's online oeuvre).Lord...there's a demographic that really needs to stop breeding.
Holy. Fuck.Where does one begin?
Zuh...uh...buh....I got nothin'. The guy is obviously reporting straight from Mars.
In a single day, CC, you appear to criticize the Anglican church for rejecting gay marriage, but then deny that liberals are losing ground with American church goers because liberals no longer reflect their sensibilities.I recommend you pick one position or the other, but not both at once.
Rabbit, how close do you think the vote would have been 20 years ago?They're not losing ground.
I fail to see what direct connection a vote in the Anglican Church of Canada has with "American church goers," anyway. And besides, the Canadian churchgoers (and clergy) voted for the resolutions. It was only the bishops who didn't, and by a razor-thin margin.Also, FWIW, it wasn't even about same-sex marriage. It was about the blessing of civil unions, which is a different rite.
I fail to see what direct connection a vote in the Anglican Church of Canada has with "American church goers," anyway.It's the "new sensible." Every issue is related to every other and therefore, all argumentation is done by comparision, not exposition, with the sole purpose of assassinating character by implying inconsistency or hypocrisy, even when such things are non-existent.Rabbit: look up "arguing in bad faith."
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