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New Testament Culture open to loose interpratation

Very loose it seems

“Christianity exalted the status of women far beyond the culture of the New Testament times.” – Pastor Steve Cornell

That was said in the comment section when I asked about his views on the mysogonistic teachings in the Bible

The original post can be found here.

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Stupid Excuses for Homophobia an extended comment to an excellent post

Read a great post over here and it got my gears spinning.

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Black History Marches On

What does Jay-Z, Rev Al Sharpton, Colin Powell and the NAACP have in common?

I’ll give you a hint, it has nothing to do with a dead hooker and a kilo of cocaine at a certain Morton Downey Jr. pool party I am not currently at liberty to discuss.

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Why do I Rant and Rave on here?

I was asked today about my “strong sense of injustice” and to be honest, I don’t think I’ve ever actually thought about it before. Oh, I think about things that bother me or set me off, obviously if you look around my Blog . As to why I have the feelings and thoughts I spread across these virtual pages and why I try to articulate them here for you the curious reader, I’m really not sure. I’m working on that, sometimes putting it in words helps, when I can find the words.

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A picture speaks a thousand words

What is Marriage?

What is this  Marriage thing?

I don’t mean the “Legal Defintion” , I mean the definition Behind the definition. How is it REALLY defined from a legal perspective? Whats it for? What set’s the standard for all those “Legal Definitions” that make no sense? I always thought it was two people who decide to make their relationship “Official” A token gesture to the world that they choose to be together in a deeper commitment than just sharing a bed and a roof. Or for tax purposes, getting some press if your a narcissistic celebrity, or maybe to piss your parents off.

“Green Cards” too, almost forgot those.

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Establishment of Religion

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof …”

from the 1st Amendment of the U.S Constituion.

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