Tag: homosexuality

In, But Not Of

Scripture tells us to be in the world but not of it. Obviously somebody forgot to tell the Anglicans. The implication of these actions is that if it’s legal in man’s law, it should be legal in God’s law. "It has the state’s blessing. Why shouldn’t it have ours?" Oy. I bet this kind of …

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Honest Enquiry

Pam, the Catholic blogmistress of “A Bird’s Melody“, sincerely wonders why homosexual acts are sinful. Anybody out there want to field this one? I suppose we could point her to the relevant parts of the Catechism, but I suspect that would be unsatisfying for her. the church and homosexuality A sin is either an act …

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Talk Soup

Since I’ve been listening to quite a bit of Marty Minto lately, I decided to search Google for at-large opinions about him. He doesn’t seem to make much of a splash in the blogosphere (not surprising, since his broadcast is local to Pittsburgh), but I did find the following. Talking the Talk, Driving the Drive …

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The Narrow Gate

It seems many of the world’s Anglican nations have their heads screwed on straighter than America’s. Since it seems the bad guys are unlikely to shape up or ship ship out, I’ll just pray the good guys join either the Catholic Church or the Eastern Orthodox Church. Anglican Leaders Applaud Primates for Bold Stand Against …

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What's to Debate?

Pa. House delays vote on same-sex marriage Critics of bill cite difficulties it could cause seniors, heirs Thursday, May 27, 2004 By Tom Barnes, Post-Gazette Harrisburg Bureau “HARRISBURG — After nearly two hours of emotional debate on legislation to prohibit same-sex marriages in Pennsylvania, state House members decided they weren’t ready to take a stand …

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