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11/19/2008

Video: How are we losing to this?!

by Jeremy Hooper

Oh, the ignorance of it all:

Separating Religious Beliefs from the State [YouTube]

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Your thoughts

This guy is a total moron, so I'm not going to respond to his stupidity, but I would like to say this:
Why don't we use the "freedom of religion" argument to legalize same-sex marriage? There are many denominations that will marry same-sex couples. Aren't we infringing on thier freedom of religion? I've never heard anyone suggest this before, but it seems to me like a valid argument.Anyone with knowledge of the legal system have any thoughts on this?

Posted by: jon | Nov 19, 2008 6:15:28 PM

He says this in his youtube profile:

"I believe in Jesus Christ but I don't like the Bible or Christians, since both of them are diminished capacities of the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Only the Saints have the POSSIBILITY of being authorized to talk about the gospel, and any other person's persistence in discussing gospel principles based on their own interpretation is completely pointless."

A tad hypocritical??

Posted by: TheGT | Nov 20, 2008 2:27:38 AM

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