For two things to be perfectly equal they would need to be the same and it should be self-evident that a man and a woman are not the same. Not only are they different on the physical level but they differ in almost every way they relate to the world around them. Men and women have different communication skills, different uses of emotion and even different perceptions of pain. However just because men and women are different does not mean that one is better than the other, in fact the very existence of humanity depends on these differences.
But Americans were divided on the issue if the business provides some kind of wedding services. Scaled-back religious freedom bill becomes law in Arkansas Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, both Republicans, came under intense criticism over Religious Freedom Restoration Acts in their states, which critics warned could sanction discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Politicians, celebrities and business leaders spoke out against the legislation. In both Indiana and Arkansas, the laws were scaled back.
But older Americans and whites have somewhat more conservative views on the issue when it came to wedding businesses. Whites are nearly evenly divided on wedding businesses, but not blacks and Hispanics — nearly two-thirds of these groups want businesses to provide services to gays and lesbians.
Support for a boycott ran strongest among Democrats and those under 45 years old. The issues of religious freedom and same-sex marriage are likely to have an impact on the election.
Slightly more Americans say they would vote for a candidate who supports legal gay marriage than one who focuses on conservative social and religious values.
Perhaps most important to the slate of contenders are a few key groups that can make a difference in an election: A majority of those under 30 say they are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports gay marriage, and a similar number say they are less likely to vote for one who focuses on conservative social and religious values.
Twice as many in the age group say they would more likely cast a vote for a gay marriage supporter over a conservative values candidate. Nearly half of women said they are less likely to vote for a socially conservative candidate. And among independents, support is 15 points higher for a candidate open to gay marriage than for a socially conservative one.
Results have an error estimate of plus or minus 3. A full description of our methodology can be found here.Dec 21, Trusting Jesus by faith alone is the key by: Rick Brentlinger Please don't make the mistake many people make - trusting their church or their pastor or their priest or their sacraments or their religious affiliation when they should be trusting by grace alone through faith alone in Jesus Christ alone.
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Two Minute Apologetics. Below are some quick answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ's) that Catholics get. What does the word "apologetics" mean?
Two Minute Apologetics. Below are some quick answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ's) that Catholics get. What does the word "apologetics" mean? For two things to be perfectly equal they would need to be the same and it should be self-evident that a man and a woman are not the same. Not only are they different on the physical level but they differ in almost every way they relate to the world around them. A prominent American Hasidic rabbi says the LGBT community is not entitled to equal rights, just like it would be unthinkable for murderers to unite and demand rights regarding their violent.
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IS “HIV” REALLY THE CAUSE OF AIDS? ARE THERE REALLY ONLY “A FEW” SCIENTISTS WHO DOUBT THIS? Over 2, scientists, medical professionals, authors and academics are on record that the “Hiv-Aids” theories, routinely reported to the public as if they were facts, are dubious to say the least.
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