posted by JimK at 1:22 PM
never heard of it?the current leader of Canada opposed gay "marriage" when he was electednotice anything funny about the list?they all have a Judeo-Christian heritageindeed, except one, they're either European or happily part of the Commonwealthwhy no Sunni, Hindu, Shiite, Buddhists, et al?what say you, TTF?
Is that supposed to be a criticism, anon, that there are no Muslim countries that allow gays to marry? You're havin a little trouble here, arent you.
I'm having no trouble at allmy criticism is that lunatic fringe gay advocates regularly attack and make slanderous accusations against Judeo-Christianity, the only major religion that tolerates gaysI think my point was fairly apparentyou're having a little trouble sobering up, aren't you?
Given the teachings of Jesus Christ, it should not be surprising at all that the countries that judge not and love their neighbor are Christian ones.
so, why do lunatic fringe gay advocates always attack Christianity?
but they dothis blog has been doing it for years
"Is that supposed to be a criticism, anon, that there are no Muslim countries that allow gays to marry?"actually, no non-Muslim countries without a Judeo-Christian heritage tolerate gays eitheryou don't see any Hindu or Buddhist countries on that listthese include a couple of nations with over a billion people eachthey've never heard of gay "marriage" either in Judeo-Christian countries, compassion is shown to deviants and the thanks is an attack on religious belief
this blog has been doing it for yearsThen you must have plenty of specific examples you can cut and paste into a comment supporting your accusation.Let's see your many examples of TTF "always attack[ing] Christianity."
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I was browsing online looking for engagement rings for gay couples when I came across this page. I would gladly share this with my partner. Maybe he can consider any of those 10 countries for us to "seal the deal" instead of waiting for California to repeal that crazy Prop 8 this year. I'd choose Spain any given day for sure.
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