i swear i did try to make this short! i hope this one has a band aid over the mouth if not picked wrong one
hi everybody i feel that i may have been a little overzealous in my early comment. so if u can spare a moment or 3, i will try to reiterate my convictions. all throughout history there has been religious persecution. Christians, pagans, Jews etc. i did a lot of research so i could offer examples and dates etc etc etc. but since i am already long winded, i will not bore u w/details. the persecuted often became persecutors. who was right and who was wrong? pagans were the only exception. several historians noted that pagans were peaceful. the concept in general of "to each his own" is standard operating system for pagans. and i am of the belief that this is due to a greater understanding and respect of nature. the fact that they practiced matriarchal ideology didn't hurt either. so even though, i focused on christians they were not the only ones that shed blood in order to demand what the sole religious tenets would be. everything i wrote in my earlier comment is my dogma, except that christians were only ones to kill in order to declare supremacy. i deeply dislike all "religious" institutions and/or persons who claim their religion is the only "true" religion and/or create harm on any level because of their faith. acceptance of others is suppose to be a "christian" virtue. how does it make sense to discriminate against some one who's dna sequence provides different results than yours? God created all of us equally and i wish people would understand that b4 they judge someone as inferior. we were given free will, the will to choose for ourselves. why would anybody presume the right to take away their neighbor's free will? didn't God give us the gift of free will? how will you feel when science proves homosexuality is determined by your biological make up?
i really did try to make this short!