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brenden 17:23, 20 May 2012 (EDT)

Your "essay"

Two things: 1. you don't take copyrighted works and post them here as though they're your essays, and 2. you're going to petition God to see if He can agree to loosen the rules pertaining to the Seventh Commandment; if that happens, then we'll all support your demands for same-sex marriage. Karajou 13:43, 22 May 2012 (EDT)

Apologies; my intent wasn't to plagiarize. I merely thought it would do the world some good to get someone on this hateful website to read an opposing viewpoint. I presume I'd have been banned anyway even if I'd written something original? I'm curious, what sort of sign would it take from God to convince you that allowing gay people to marry won't immediately consume the world in fire? --PaPatriot 14:04, 22 May 2012 (EDT)

What is it about "thou shalt not commit adultery" that you don't understand? This website will not condone nor promote anything which violates the Seventh Commandment. And as far as the "hate" goes, it is you who is pushing it. Don't do it here. Karajou 14:15, 22 May 2012 (EDT)
And as far as your comment on your user page goes, there will be former gay people there, provided they have repented of their sins and accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. Karajou 14:18, 22 May 2012 (EDT)
Look at any page regarding liberals, homosexuals, muslims, any democratic politician, any republican NOT conservative enough for Andy's tastes, evolutionists, climate scientists, athletes not named Tim Tebow, or any number of other topics. You'll find the hate I'm talking about. It's all this site really has. As for myself, call what I have hatred if you want. But when I go out into the world and meet other members of society, I take them as they are, not for the arbitrary labels I can put on them. With regards to the seventh commandment, it's clear that you're interpreting it differently than me. It's also clear that you don't understand a person's right to live their life by a moral code that you don't share. I hope that you can find a little more acceptance in your heart. Get rid of some of the prejudice and make room for some more love.
If it doesn't agree with your own personal form of morality, then it must be hatred. That's exactly what you are saying here. Make room for more love? If you're about to drive off a broken bridge, would it be based on love or hate that I tell you the bridge is out? And if you do continue the drive, whose fault is it when you wind up at the bottom of the ravine?
I just shared my moral code, and it's in the Bible, the book you clearly reject. Jesus' message of love wasn't tolerance; it was a reconciliation with God on God's terms, and his love included taking the world's sins upon Himself on the Cross. Like it or not, homosexuality is a sin; it falls under adultery, and you cannot continue to do it. So the choice is yours. Either accept Jesus as your Savior, or face Him as your Judge. Karajou 18:38, 22 May 2012 (EDT)
I respect that the bible is your moral code. But as I'm respecting your code that I don't live by, I don't think it's unreasonable to be allowed to live by my own. Unless somebody forced you to be gay at some point or another, then the existence of gay people has no effect on your ability to live a biblically good life. Is there a passage that discourages the philosophy of "live and let live"? (I'm genuinely curious on this point, please let me know if there is). Moreover, I'm not gay, although many people close to me are. And they are some of the kindest, most virtuous people I know. So that's my reason for caring about the issue. As far as my judgement goes, that's between me and my creator, and I have no fear or regrets whenever it happens.
For the record, I'm genuinely enjoying having this discussion, and I'll be disappointed if it has to end in a ban on this account. I think it's constructive and I'd like it to continue.

Ouch

jeez, :/brenden 19:26, 22 May 2012 (EDT)

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