I am a 21-year old tradie from australia. I am always up for a chat so don't be afraid to message me. I am strictly a straight man, i am not at all bi curious. I really enjoy the forums and finding out people's views on different topics especially sex (of course).I love all things medieval whether it be the fashion, how they built things, battle tactics or anything else in that period. I am looking into either studying that period or at the very least i am planning on buying as many trustworthy books as possible about that period. Especially on the Crusades.
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I have been avoiding this forum but here a couple of my thoughts.1. The only one I know of AiG (Answers in Genesis) do not hold to the view that Creationism should be taught in schools. They know full well that it would not be taught fairly alongside evolution as an alternate view on history and so they do not and have never to my knowledge asked for it to be taught in schools.2. I am not sure of their views on this but personally i think neither side, Creation or evolution should be taught in schools. Children and teenagers should be able to look at the evidence for both sides and decide for themselves without being taught it. I believe that the science taught in schools should stick to what we can observe about biology and chemistry etc. now, because either way you believe the facts of observed science don't change. Whichever belief you hold, you have assumptions about the past that cannot be proven and have to be taken on faith.3. I personally believe the Bible and Creation as true historical fact because i have seen the evidence and it is logical for it to be true. And with the Biblical account the theory and age of the earth never changes, whereas with evolution the theory changes every few weeks about how old the earth is etc. I don't see any conclusive evidence for evolution same as there is no conclusive evidence for creation. Everything depends on which viewpoint you look at the evidence from. And i believe that the evidence fits in a lot better with what is stated in the Bible than with the theory of evolution.That's all i will say without getting into scientific evidences and terms for now.
So... sorry, not picking on you, but i need to make this clear, as someone who was experienced discrimination because of my sexuality. Discrimination is discrimination, regardless of what it is based upon. i'm sorry that people have an issue with homosexuality, but it has nothing - zero, zilch, nada - do do with their religion - it's because they are bigots and homophobes.btw, does that mean some business won't allow women to enter unless they are wearing veils, headscarfs, etc, regardless of the women's religion? seems to me they'd have that right, according to your parameters. btw, the sectipn in Leviticus that says 'no man should lie with another man' also bans the cutting of hair and the trimming of beards as well as the eating of pork, among other things. Sorry. I did realize you weren't picking on me but it made me realize a few things.Firstly, i had better say that after reading The DevilsWeakness and ChuckEPoo's comments and sprite's additions too, I have been thinking about it a fair bit more. And to be honest in the light of these, and a bit more Bible study and thought, i am definitely starting to agree. It doesn't matter what a businesses moral convictions are, they should serve everyone with love and do their job. And if they are that concerned about a gay wedding they can pray about it.I still want to reply to a couple of things though. I really hate the term 'homophobe'. I would be called a homophobe because of what i believe but i am not homophobic. I do not have a fear of gay people nor do i hate them. I have no worries about being a friend with a gay person and wish i could say i had gay friends so i could back up that statement. As i have been brought up homeschooled and nearly all my friends are from church i haven't met any to become friends with yet. There are definitely so called christians who are definitely homophobic (e.g. God hates fags weirdos) but just because someone does not agree with homosexuality does not automatically make them a homophobe.The cutting of hair and beards stated in Leviticus is clarified a bit more in Deuteronomy and it is actually more specifically referring to a pagan practice of cutting the hair and beards and cutting themselves for the dead.With pork i have forgotten the reasons why that and the other meats were banned but there is specific reasons for that and in the New Testament Peter is told that all meat can now be eaten.And a lot of that same passage in leviticus also is the reason that incest and adultery etc are classified as taboo/wrong.With the woman caught in adultery, Jesus showed love and forgave her, but then He also told her to go away and sin no more. So he forgave her but didn't tell her that it was ok she didn't do anything wrong. (Always did find it interesting that they never brought the man before Jesus to see what he'd say. Seems that mysogony played a fair role with that :) )And further clarification, I am not trying to judge anyone here just pointing out what the bible says is sin. I myself have had sex before marriage (And I don't think i will be able to wait until i get married to have it with my future girlfriend/wife) so it's not like i have any right to judge or condemn anyone and I dont want to. But i have to sort that all out with God who has that perogative and can judge people. I hope that's not too confusing.
Personally i think an extrovert compliments an introvert like myself very well. Having never been in a relationship myself, i don't pretend to be authoritative on the matter. I much prefer the company of extroverts in many cases. I am perfectly happy to listen and then talk when i feel i have something worthwhile to say but if it comes to me having to try and run a conversation all hope is lost. Unless that conversation happens to be in the realms of christianity and the Bible or talking about how building work. Then i may be happy to run the conversation. :) As an introvert I get stressed out if i have to do all the talking and so being with other introverted people leads to long periods of awkward silence. :PThis is shyness mixed with introversion so i don't know where the introversion stops and its shyness or what it is. But it's my character anyway :)Disclaimer: Just don't be so extroverted that i can't get a word in when i have something to say. I have a friend who does that and it annoys the heck out of me when i have something to say for once and then can't say it cause he's talking all the time.
So, how would all of you feel walking into a diner and seeing a sign reading: No blacks allowed. That's cool too, right? Good point. No, not at all.My response definitely does need clarification. My first statement about the right to refuse anyone they want to is not right.But there is still a difference between refusing to serve someone because of a moral conviction that homosexuality is wrong and say what colour skin they have.What colour skin someone has isn't an issue of morality (how you treat someone based on their skin colour is a moral issue however)So what i am trying to say is that a business should be allowed to do business without fear of being sued etc. for not catering for something they believe is morally wrong. If that makes sense?I know people would still disagree with me in this, but that's what i believe.Thanks for that Sprite :)
I agree with Mrd. I believe businesses should have the right to refuse to serve whoever they want to.If someone believes that homosexuality is wrong he/she shouldn't be forced to go against those beliefs to make flowers for a gay couple's wedding for example.Though there are those over the top people who hate homosexuals (which is not what the Bible teaches), refusing to bake a cake for a gay couple's wedding etc isn't being hateful against homosexuals. It is actually that those business owners refusing to do this believe it is wrong for them to make something for something they believe is wrong.
As has already been stated. For Christians at least it is not something the bible says so this is just one of the many areas the RC church has rules that aren't biblical."1 Corinthians 7 Now for the matters you wrote about: “It is good for a man not to have sexual relations with a woman.” 2 But since sexual immorality is occurring, each man should have sexual relations with his own wife, and each woman with her own husband. 3 The husband should fulfill his marital duty to his wife, and likewise the wife to her husband. 4 The wife does not have authority over her own body but yields it to her husband. In the same way, the husband does not have authority over his own body but yields it to his wife. 5 Do not deprive each other except perhaps by mutual consent and for a time, so that you may devote yourselves to prayer. Then come together again so that Satan will not tempt you because of your lack of self-control. 6 I say this as a concession, not as a command. 7 I wish that all of you were as I am. But each of you has your own gift from God; one has this gift, another has that.8 Now to the unmarried and the widows I say: It is good for them to stay unmarried, as I do. 9 But if they cannot control themselves, they should marry, for it is better to marry than to burn with passion."As Paul states in this passage there are people who are gifted with the ability to be celibate but if you don't have that gift it is better to get married.Sorry for the Bible passage but i like to show the evidence from which my position is based.My question is. What do i do in the meantime? Biblically i should not have sex until i am married but it is easily established that i need to get married cause I am very sexual and am often caught lusting. If anyone has any bible verses about the dating stage of things i'd love to know. Cause from what i have read that is an area where there isn't any specific commands about except for. "Don't have sex before marriage" "You should get married if you cannot control your lust" There's a whole phase of actually looking for and finding that lady that isn't mentioned as to how to go about it.
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Pretty much what has already been said. More believable storylines not rushing into the sex but setting up some kind of tension first. That's what i hate is most of it is all two people meet and immediately have sex with no seeming reasoning or attraction behind it. So if they could set up some sexual tension in the storyline and basically overall have a higher storyline to sex percentage that would improve it heck loads. Then there is the acting skills need to improve etc etc. There are lots of things.
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It was a cool spring night and the trees whispered to each other in the wind. James listened as the fowl of the woods sang their beautiful song to the night. He loved going out into the woods at night and taking his bath in the stream while listening to the birds sing. Stripping off his blacksmithy’s clothing, he lowered his naked, muscled body into the water. It had been a long day at...
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