Discussion in 'Politics' started by AirTight, Oct 11, 2019.
One can be a good Christian while defending the rights of gay and transgender Americans.
A good Christian would oppose discrimination, including discrimination against those gay and transgender.
Is that what voting is? Is that what you think we're voting on during an election? I thought we were voting on who would be the best possible president.
Since when is the public vote, a vote on who is the best Christian?
And if that isn't what the vote is about, then what relevance does your question have?
No, you can't. If you support having gay marriage, then you are directly in contradiction to the Biblical stance on homosexuality.
You are just flat out wrong on this.
An American is supposed to go for Trump and put American interest first.
Does God love only Republican sinners?
That's a self-contradictory statement. One cannot be for Trump and for America at the same time.
Francis is an easy going, fun loving, Latin american
All Americans are voting for Trump.
All the invaders are voting for not-Trump.
Let me guess which category you belong in.
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