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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Have you seen any country any better off that has a state church?
Irrelevant. You don't need a state church to mix religion with government.

Jim Lincoln wrote:
As far as adultery is concerned, the state should get rid of no-fault divorce.
Irrelevant. No fault divorce has nothing to do with adultery. Adultery is fault. Read your bible. Stupid answer Jim.

Jim Lincoln wrote:
A secular state has good reasons to protect marriages
Irrelevant. That's not what you stated. You stated the secular *SHOULD* be made to understand. On what basis?
Secular states waste billions regardless of whether brothels are legalized.

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Trying to mix government with religion has always been a poison to Christianity.
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Legal prostitution doesn't encourage respect for women, nor for normal sexual relations, as the secular should be made to understand. Australia has problems with both those areas, though its Christians do not.
Jim. If you oppose the mixing of Christianity with politics, on what basis do you quibble over legalized breaking of the 7th commandment?
On what basis should the secular "be MADE to understand"?
And by what means? Death penalty? imprisonment? torture? castration? fines?


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