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Gnostic Bishop
27-01-2021, 07:33 AM
Are religions that preach inequality for women and gays, traitors to their country?

Our first allegiance is to our countries.

Our laws and political leanings are moving us towards la´citÚ, a rather rigid form of the best religious freedoms/ideology, quirky or not, for all. Keep it to yourself will be the order of the day. Happy days. All within a Western style of freedom seeking governance.

Should our backwards thinking mainstream religions be asked to be more representative of good law?

Negative discrimination without a just cause is what Yahweh admits to doing in Job 2;3., when he allowed Satan to move him to sin against Job.

Christians should admit their sin and stop preaching that it is a good to be homophobic and misogynous, contradicting the law of the land.

Regards
DL

antichrist
27-01-2021, 11:00 AM
Are religions that preach inequality for women and gays, traitors to their country?

Our first allegiance is to our countries.

Our laws and political leanings are moving us towards la´citÚ, a rather rigid form of the best religious freedoms/ideology, quirky or not, for all. Keep it to yourself will be the order of the day. Happy days. All within a Western style of freedom seeking governance.

Should our backwards thinking mainstream religions be asked to be more representative of good law?

Negative discrimination without a just cause is what Yahweh admits to doing in Job 2;3., when he allowed Satan to move him to sin against Job.

Christians should admit their sin and stop preaching that it is a good to be homophobic and misogynous, contradicting the law of the land.

Regards
DL

but John Lennon in Imagine song said imagine no countries to live or die for

Gnostic Bishop
28-01-2021, 05:18 AM
but John Lennon in Imagine song said imagine no countries to live or die for

And no religion too.

Your point good buddy?

Should the religious who swear their pledge of allegiance to the state, not walk their talk. or is it ok for them to break their oath and put their laws above the laws of the land?

Regards
DL

antichrist
28-01-2021, 06:13 AM
And no religion too.

Your point good buddy?

Should the religious who swear their pledge of allegiance to the state, not walk their talk. or is it ok for them to break their oath and put their laws above the laws of the land?

Regards
DL
Well it is reported that JFK had to pledge it to take orders from the pope in Rome

Gnostic Bishop
28-01-2021, 06:37 AM
Well it is reported that JFK had to pledge it to take orders from the pope in Rome

Eh, thanks.

You have changed quite a bit over time buddy.

Regards
DL

antichrist
28-01-2021, 12:20 PM
Eh, thanks.

You have changed quite a bit over time buddy.

Regards
DL

I missed the not to orders from the Vatican. Biden also a Catholic was let off in this regard - anyone is better than Trump.