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September 08, 2008

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Marcus

While I agree that this move seems a bit hypocritical on Bowling's part (I, for one, was outraged over the whole book ordeal), I think it would be a bit ridiculous--though not surprising--if the Nazarene church freaked out over this. People should be allowed to vote for who they want. There are SO many issues in this election outside of those two hot-button issues and the church often forgets that.

Hopefully this isn't another embarrassing fumble.

Marcus

While I agree that this move seems a bit hypocritical on Bowling's part (I, for one, was outraged over the whole book ordeal), I think it would be a bit ridiculous--though not surprising--if the Nazarene church freaked out over this. People should be allowed to vote for who they want. There are SO many issues in this election outside of those two hot-button issues and the church often forgets that.

Hopefully this isn't another embarrassing fumble.

Carolyn

"Most Christians world-wide support anti-abortion laws and oppose same-sex marriage"?????? What rock do you live under? Are you so naive as to accept the American "Christian" far-right establishment's positions as befitting "most Christians"? Get some information, dude. Read. Talk to people of faith. Many, many mainstream Christians here and around the world do not conform to that statement. As a Christian, I am offended.

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