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    Quote Originally Posted by victoryword View Post
    No conflict with me. The answer is "no" - PERIOD!!! Don't care who it is.

    Ditto! - (She said in her sweetest and most loving voice ever)...

    I can still love the person, but I will not attend - My attendance would mean I accept, agree with and condone your homosexual lifestyle and wedding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAP View Post
    Would you attend a satanic ritual ceremony?

    What if it was for a close relative? What if it was for your child?

    Why or why not :)
    And then abduct, torture, kill. No, I don't think I would attend a satanic ritual ceremony as a non-satanist, thank you.

    They don't tend to do any of that in gay wedding ceremonies. I probably wouldn't attend that either but I haven't been invited to one either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romans828 View Post
    Ditto! - (She said in her sweetest and most loving voice ever)...

    I can still love the person, but I will not attend - My attendance would mean I accept, agree with and condone your homosexual lifestyle and wedding.
    Exactly right...and that you are "blessing" the ceremony by attending. No way, Jose'!

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    I don't agree that attending a same sex marriage puts a "Gee, this is FABulous" stamp of approval on it.

    I look at it the same way I do when my daughter was pregnant and not married.

    I had 2 choices.. love and support her or abandon her.

    I chose love and support.

    And, I think it's a bit of a stretch to equate a same sex marraige and satanic rituals.

    You guys seem to keep forgetting that we're the minority in this.. the World keeps telling people that it's all fine and dandy… not just OK but GREAT! Nonbelievers are never, ever going to think same sex anything is not a problem.

    Although, I would never try to convince anyone to go. If you're not comfortable, better not. (Not that I'd be uber comfortable.. no.. )

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    For a born again christian the answer can only be NO. I would not go and countenance wickedness and watch the weirdos smooch each other. No Way!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikos View Post
    For a born again christian the answer can only be NO.
    You realize, by that you're implying that any of us who would go are not "born again Christians"..

    do you not?

    Maybe you'd like to rephrase that.

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    Yes, absolutely.

    Quote Originally Posted by Femme* View Post
    Nonbelievers are never, ever going to think same sex anything is not a problem.
    Well, some will, but you've pretty much hit the nail on the head here.

    Out of interest, does anyone saying no actually have any gay friends?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkfish View Post
    Yes, absolutely.


    Well, some will, but you've pretty much hit the nail on the head here.

    Out of interest, does anyone saying no actually have any gay friends?
    Acquaintance and he knows what I think of that.

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    I do, but I wouldn't "support" them at a wedding. Would I go to their birthday party? Absolutely.

    Quote Originally Posted by Monkfish View Post
    Yes, absolutely.


    Well, some will, but you've pretty much hit the nail on the head here.

    Out of interest, does anyone saying no actually have any gay friends?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Femme* View Post
    I don't agree that attending a same sex marriage puts a "Gee, this is FABulous" stamp of approval on it.

    I look at it the same way I do when my daughter was pregnant and not married.

    I had 2 choices.. love and support her or abandon her.

    I chose love and support.

    And, I think it's a bit of a stretch to equate a same sex marraige and satanic rituals.

    You guys seem to keep forgetting that we're the minority in this.. the World keeps telling people that it's all fine and dandy… not just OK but GREAT! Nonbelievers are never, ever going to think same sex anything is not a problem.

    Although, I would never try to convince anyone to go. If you're not comfortable, better not. (Not that I'd be uber comfortable.. no.. )
    I don't see those two comparisons as the same at all...

    Now if your daughter decided to shack up with her boyfriend, would you attend the housewarming with gifts? That's a little closer to an accurate comparison.

    Supporting an pregnant daughter does not at all equal agreement with her behavior that caused the problem..it is assisting her in moving on from a past sin.

    IMHO

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