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Discussion in 'The Open Forum' started by jeff1031, Jan 21, 2018.
Patton was a bottom? Who knew?
@bprockman v2.0 in that song.
Anyways those gheys could whoop my ass.
Didn't like? Didn't BELIEVE. There's a difference. He got rid of the fantastical portions of the NT. Thought it detracted from the overall message.
The problem I have with the article is that I don’t recall any Apaches being shown in Black Hawk Down. Otherwise, I have no opinion other Than to wish those two dudes a long and happy marriage.
OP is jealous and would get wood shedded by either of the two.
Somebody is russelt to the max hahahahahaha get a grip you lib homo
You're a multi layered person and all the layers suck
Why the fvck does this matter? If they are fighting for the USA, are good soilders, and their fellow soilders trust them then it shouldnt matter at all
I think I beat the shit out of that dude when I was at Ft Bliss.
*edit - poor choice of words
Lol so you have a difference of opinion on this matter and you choose to try and insult me because of it? Haha ok bud if that makes your little snowflake mind feel better go ahead
Didn’t know many when I was there. The closet door was still locked 12 years ago
Sort of makes you wonder about that story doesn't it?
Guaranteed there are a few dudes that have "just hung out with the boys" that responded pretty negatively to this thread.
Well, glad you are back and I hope you get to feeling better soon.
Unless you understand the Hebrew language and context of the story, don't come in uninformed. The context is specifically about the inhospitality of the people of S&G. Lot (who is saved from destruction due to his hospitality) even offers his two virgin daughters to these "wolves" to protect his guests. That seems counterintuitive to a Godly man. Showing travelers hospitality was a huge deal. Traveling anywhere during that time was very dangerous. There were no inns. You had to wait outside a city at the well and hope people would offer you a place to stay. In S&G, they were bringing travelers in and raping them. The only reason homosexuality is brought up isn't because it is being condemned in the text, but because it was condemned in society as a whole except for in this dangerous and evil city. Anyone taking this story as a direct condemnation of homosexuality doesn't actually study their Bible or Hebrew. Read some of the published Christian and Jewish commentaries on the story and you'll see that homosexuality wasn't why S&G was destroyed. Beyond that, who am I or you to judge. It's God's place and his alone. All sin is covered by the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.
The funny thing is that Jesus mentions money as the root of evil and preached on money more than any other sin......by alot, but we Christians are ready to point fingers at homosexuals and not ready to give our money away to the poor.
While I may not agree with same sex marriage in a biblical level, I do not care what people do on a personal level. Someone’s sexual preference, skin color or nationality does not define the person as a human being. Love, kindness, bravery and strength come from the heart and mind. Those two things are the only two things that should matter
who cares? Seriously... why do y’all care
I like debates. This guy started winning me over. He makes some Biblical points for homosexuality within marriage. I use to be staunchly against it, but the more I study Hebrew culture, the more I see the Bible isn't as direct on the subject as some would make you think.
And no, I’m still wearing skinny jeans
Still wear skinny jeans, huh?
PS: Of course I'm fuggin wit ya... welcome back, you degenerate bAUrnacle bastich!