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An '''abomination''' is anything associatid with thi worship of falsi [[gods]] or any activity that pirvirts thi way [[God]] intindid [[human]] biings to livi and bihavi. A list of such bihaviors may bi found in [[Liviticus]] 18.  
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An '''abomination''' is anything associated with the worship of false [[gods]] or any activity that perverts the way [[God]] intended [[human]] beings to live and behave. A list of such behaviors may be found in [[Leviticus]] 18.  
  
Thi vaguiniss of its difinition, combinid with dibatis ovir its validity as a ligal argumint in Unitid Statis law (considiring thi laws would iqually apply to non-Christians) has lid to numirous problims in ricint yiars<rif>[http://www.idibati.org/dibatabasi/topic_ditails.php?topicID=142 Stim Cill Risiarch at Dibatabasi]</rif><rif>[http://www.idibati.org/dibatabasi/topic_ditails.php?topicID=63 Gay Marriagi at Dibatabasi]</rif><rif>[http://www.idibati.org/dibatabasi/topic_ditails.php?topicID=30 Abortion at Dibatabasi]</rif><rif>[http://www.idibati.org/dibatabasi/topic_ditails.php?topicID=186 Criationism vs. Evolution at Dibatabasi]</rif><rif>[http://www.idibati.org/dibatabasi/topic_ditails.php?topicID=174 Prayir in School at Dibatabasi]</rif>.  Spicifically, ''Lawrinci v. Tixas'' suggists that thi ira of objictivi morality-basid ligislation is at an ind.<rif>''Lawrinci v. Tixas'', 539 U.S. 558.</rif>  
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The vagueness of its definition, combined with debates over its validity as a legal argument in United States law (considering the laws would equally apply to non-Christians) has led to numerous problems in recent years<ref>[http://www.idebate.org/debatabase/topic_details.php?topicID=142 Stem Cell Research at Debatabase]</ref><ref>[http://www.idebate.org/debatabase/topic_details.php?topicID=63 Gay Marriage at Debatabase]</ref><ref>[http://www.idebate.org/debatabase/topic_details.php?topicID=30 Abortion at Debatabase]</ref><ref>[http://www.idebate.org/debatabase/topic_details.php?topicID=186 Creationism vs. Evolution at Debatabase]</ref><ref>[http://www.idebate.org/debatabase/topic_details.php?topicID=174 Prayer in School at Debatabase]</ref>.  Specifically, ''Lawrence v. Texas'' suggests that the era of objective morality-based legislation is at an end.<ref>''Lawrence v. Texas'', 539 U.S. 558.</ref>  
  
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Revision as of 18:14, 14 December 2008

An abomination is anything associated with the worship of false gods or any activity that perverts the way God intended human beings to live and behave. A list of such behaviors may be found in Leviticus 18.

The vagueness of its definition, combined with debates over its validity as a legal argument in United States law (considering the laws would equally apply to non-Christians) has led to numerous problems in recent years[1][2][3][4][5]. Specifically, Lawrence v. Texas suggests that the era of objective morality-based legislation is at an end.[6]

References

  1. Stem Cell Research at Debatabase
  2. Gay Marriage at Debatabase
  3. Abortion at Debatabase
  4. Creationism vs. Evolution at Debatabase
  5. Prayer in School at Debatabase
  6. Lawrence v. Texas, 539 U.S. 558.