A Traditional Morality Coalition

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Michael Wrenn, Jun 17, 2012.

  1. Michael Wrenn

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    Is it possible for those who believe in traditional morality, even though their theological views are vastly different, to come together to uphold traditional moral standards? The secular humanists have banded together, and the mainline denominations have shamefully joined them to promote abortion and homosexuality. I'm afraid that if moral traditionalists don't unite, this country will go the way of all of Western Europe.

    Can we not work with like-minded Roman Catholics, Mormons, and others to uphold pro-life and traditional morality?
     
  2. Salty

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    I am able to do so.

    If you can't, please explain why. And don't use Amos 3:3
     
  3. Michael Wrenn

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    I also am able to do so.

    We'd better wake up, or this country will be turned into a Western European-like secular humanist society where a human life is not worth a plugged nickel. Or worse, emulating China and killing babies that are not the right sex.
     
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    >Can we not work with like-minded Roman Catholics, Mormons, and others to uphold pro-life and traditional morality?

    The Islamic party platform. <G>
     

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