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Not long ago, the gay rights movement was asking that homosexual people be treated fairly and with respect. Words like tolerance, pluralism, and diversity peppered the slogans of that movement, and in retrospect much of what it aimed for seems only fair. Homosexuals should never have lived in fear of violence…The movement achieved much of what it sought. Then it morphed. Today mere legitimization of homosexuality is hardly enough for the modern gay rights movement. It also demands, with all the subtlety of a socialist purge, the punishment of anyone objecting to that legitimization.

- Joe Dallas

Daily Answers

From the Complete Bible Answer Book

Must women be silent in church? The following words by the apostle Paul are frequently used to denigrate the Bible as sexist—“I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man; she must be silent. For Adam was formed first, then Eve. And Adam was not the one deceived; it […]

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