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I Now Pronounce You Man and Husband

Personally, I am against the idea of gay marriages, but that is from a religious standpoint. I don’t see a reason why they should be illegal. In fact, I think legal gay marriages would go a long way to fixing health care inequalities. As long as the Catholic Church never condones it, I’ll be happy. …

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Preaching in Sin

Female priests and bishops are one thing. I might not agree with them, but I can appreciate the arguments made for them. I DO NOT understand how ANY Christian, let alone clergy, could justify living a homosexual lifestyle. The Episcopal Church, once just an accident of history (yay, Henry VIII) and a mere sidestep from …

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Same-Sex Health Benefits

There’s an ongoing controversy at the University of Pittsburgh regarding same-sex benefits. I’m going to send in the following as a letter to the editor of the Pitt News. Same-sex benefits do not make sense financially. Such benefits will not make sense until homosexual civil unions are recognized by the state as legally binding contracts …

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Diversity My Foot

It’s funny how diversity education never includes tolerance for orthodox religious views. Bible-Reading Prison Workers Win Minnesota Lawsuit “ST. PAUL, Minn. (Reuters) – Two prison employees reprimanded for reading their Bibles in silent protest of an employer-sponsored training session on homosexuality have been awarded $78,000 in damages by a federal jury, their attorney said on …

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Man and Husband

On personal and religious grounds, I do not support homosexual marriage, but I do not believe secular nations should legislate against them. Besides, it solves a lot of same-sex benefits problems. Court ruling favors gay marriageTom Musbach Canada took a major step toward legally recognizing same-sex marriage on Friday when an Ontario court ruled that …

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