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Christian Responsibility

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Redtail, Jul 6, 2008.

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  1. Redtail

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  2. H088

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    It has nothing to do with religion, it has to do with the founding principles of this country.

    Don't interject religion into this argument :banghead:
     
  3. Redtail

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    Did you even read the whole article?
     
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    Better question, did HO88 read any of the article?

     
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    I don't need to, religion has no place in this discussion.
     
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    Bottom Line Up Front:
    "Interjecting religion" can be a fine way to drive points home in certain circles. The author, while Christian, isn't forcing it on anyone; to the contrary, he cautions against those who would use religion as an authoritative base by which to strip others of liberty. What's the problem with that?
     
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    As I figured, HO88 doesn't have the vaguest idea what the article is about. It's not about religion, it's about a rogue government.


     
  9. H088

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    Its about how Christians have a supposedly religious responsibility, when you start mixing religion into any argument it will get twisted and end up failing miserably.

    I prefer to stick to the constitution.........
     
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    HO88 wrote:


    I find it odd how religion provokes such anger in so many people. If you don't want to practice one, don't. But it isn't that way. It provokes a seething anger in some.

    As for religeous threads here, they come up from time to time and are tolerated for the most part.

    Hell, there's an active one right now on the first page of THR:

    http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=375077


    Oddly enough, I don't see that you've been over there saying that it has no place in the discussion.


    -- John
     
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    LOL, if you read it close enough, you will realize it is so convoluted as to actually be warning the reader of exactly what it is, propaganda of an authority who is telling you how to behave.
     
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    Silly thread and off topic.
     
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    Wrong forum for a religious discussion, government related or not.
     
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    Several people have been nice enough to explain why this doesn't belong here, so I guess I don't have to bother.
     
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