"There is no good argument. Only bad ones and that includes religious B.S. reasons. No where in the bible does it say what so many Christians say it does that being gay is a sin. No where.
But if you want to argue this. I realize it's probably…"
hello. i' m an atheist studying in a catholic school here in the Philippines (a.k.a the Vatican of Asia) i am also part of the school paper, I've written quite a few articles criticizing religion, i received some "job well done" and also some negative feedback. i was asked by our moderator if i could write something about "servant leadership in an atheist perspective" i said i'll think about it, but my problem is i do not have a clue how. can someone help me?See More
"Marriage is a commitment between people that follow guidelines of the government and/or culture. Geographically speaking it may or may not be immoral depending on where you are at. Good luck, maybe this will spark an idea."
"its a legislative debate in British parliament format, motions usually start with "this house" the "house" there does not talk about a real house, but of the government and the opposition "This house" then means…"
"A house? LMAO!! I think that is an argument against itself! lol. Saying that a house has opinions. [Anyone who sees that will think that they are talking about the LITERAL house, bricks windows and doors. lol]"
"I was thinking the same thing, sabotage it...you could do the debate and use the most ridiculous arguments from a creationist's point of view. (create a satire out of it all).
On the other hand, voicing your thoughts to your teacher may be…"
No, because same-sex marriage is in no way immoral, or wrong.
If I were you, I'd go to your teacher and say "listen. I'm not against same-sex marriage, and, as an atheist, I can promise you that there is no such thing as…"
"the main arguments against same-sex marriage seem to be mostly religious. though there may be people who are against it because they see marriage as a heterosexual institution (because that's how they were brought up?), and they see gay people…"
an atheist living in the biggest roman catholic country in asia, studying in a catholic school run by monks.
Why are you here?
in my school i only know 3 atheists, my family is deeply religious, it would be good to know others who are like me, and to learn how to argue my side and learn how to live with the religious.
The religion you left
Why you left your religion.
the church teaches men to live peacefully together, to be united, i just cant stand the hypocrisy anymore, they themselves are separated and desire singularity and superiority, they use their influence to control the government and slowing down progress in my third world country, their teachings are old and not applicable in our time, and the more they "evolve" their dogma the farther it gets to the bible.
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