Re: Shapes of a Wedge

From: John W Burgeson <>
Date: Mon Jun 07 2004 - 14:03:21 EDT

Jan wrote: "Examples: homosexual weddings, abortion etc. Again, a
Christian party is needed, if it is only to tell the nation that they are
on the wrong way.."

Since Christians are divided on both those issues, would you then propose
TWO "Christian" parties? That does not seem to make sense.

Suppose I were to form a "Christian" party and advocate, based on what I
believe to be Christ's will, Gay Marriage? I think you would be offended
and say I had falsely "claimed the high moral ground."

But if you were to form a "Christian" party, and advocate, based on what
YOU believe to be Christ's will, an amendment against Gay Marriage, I'd
have to make the same claim against you.

(Note in the above that I personally am not advocating either of those
positions.) They are debate points.


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