Originally posted by RoBoTeq Bootlen, you just don't seem to get it! Just because other Christians are not as fundamentally agressive as you are does not make us less Christian.
The United States of American is NOT a Christian country, it is a country that promotes freedom of faith to all.
Since the United States is not a Christian country your repeated references to biblical passages are irrelevant to the United States as a country.
No bootlen, I am not a "lukewarm" Christian, and it is a very pompous thing for to think you can judge me. You really need to stop and think about what Jesus would think of your judgemental attitude toward others.
the only TRUE HIPPOCRIT I ever met was a LIBERAL--everything is relevant and subject to personal interpretation until it hits home! on just about any subject you choose, BUT for example, it's OK to abort an unorn baby but not OK to murder him/her 30 secs later just outside the womb--- why not? isn't that a "termination" also? maybe the "terminator" felt it's the right thing to do ?(personal interpretation). BUT then again,... THOU SHALT NOT KILL!!! & the LORD hates "the shedding of innoncent blood" is there any more innocent blood than an unborn baby ???
oogone seems like we are off topic again but I am curious as to what you are saying here. Are you saying that anyone who is for the death penalty is a liberal? Or only a liberal if they are for abortion rights and the death penalty? If you feel thou shalt not kill, does this make anyone who is for the death penalty or want all al queada dead as in "nuke them all" or shot through the heart and the many ways of saying "thou shalt kill" is not following GODS ten commandments and will not be allowed into heaven because of that? I don't understand some part of your statement. I understand the offense of killing babies, it is wrong. BUt isn't all killing wrong?
Main Entry: 1mur·der
Etymology: partly from Middle English murther, from Old English morthor; partly from Middle English murdre, from Old French, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English morthor; akin to Old High German mord murder, Latin mort-, mors death, mori to die, mortuus dead, Greek brotos mortal
1 : the crime of unlawfully killing a person especially with malice aforethought
2 a : something very difficult or dangerous <the traffic was murder> b : something outrageous or blameworthy <getting away with murder>
Main Entry: 1kill
Etymology: Middle English, perhaps from (assumed) Old English cyllan; akin to Old English cwellan to kill -- more at QUELL
1 a : to deprive of life b (1) : to slaughter (as a hog) for food (2) : to convert a food animal into (a kind of meat) by slaughtering
2 a : to put an end to <kill competition