I believe that the conversation matters. If in the attempt to realize the reign of God on earth, we cannot engage one another in respectful and grace-filled dialogue, we might as well not even try.
Maybe me with that four-year-old.His Grandad
I just read your Nov. 2nd blog. I feel as though with the issue of homosexuality, that if you choose to be a celibute(sp?) then it really wouldn't matter, because you aren't expressing your feelings in a sexual manner. I do however think that a person can't choose whether or not they are a homosexual. And the whole issue of homosexuals and the church have angered me a lot. Because it seems as though through this whole arguement, that marriage has been reduced to a simple piece of paper with two names on it that says"you're married now". That isn't what marriage is.. Marriage is the union of two people who love each other. If people choose to spend the rest of their life with a person of the same sex, I think they should be able to do it. And I don't think that this is an issue that will be resolved, unfortunately. But for whatever it's worth, I think that we should all try to step into the other person's shoes, and see things from their point of view. Who knows, we might actually learn something.
i have to be honest... i can't think of too much, except maybe a four year old in a room with a bunch of legos and star wars action figures :)
Almost as good as the four-year-old's dad at the same age in the same situation. His Nanny
There IS nothing better!!
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