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  1. gingerest says

    The Fourteenth Amendment guaranteeing equal treatment under the law also means that churches can discriminate against anyone they like any way they like (harken, Alanis: that’s ironic). The great mystery is why belonging to a church is an emblem of virtue.

    (I am not sure why my nausea at this news evokes such pomposity.)

  2. Chebag says

    What’s the Bible based reason for opposing racially diverse marriage, again? One of those passages about doing your brother’s wife? Or was it the marrying 12 wives part?

    I can never remember…

  3. Stevarious says

    The great mystery is why belonging to a church is an emblem of virtue.

    It means you know your place. Knowing your place (and staying there!) is the greatest virtue.

  4. Stevarious says

    What is it about certain kinds of christianity that makes you blind to obvious cruelty?

    The Just World fallacy convinces people that bad things only happen to people that deserve it. So if something bad happens to you, obviously you deserved it.

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