Jun 10th 2010 10:56AM Of course God takes us as we are.
Of course (our Christian) God is concerned for what's in our hearts and not on our bodies.
That's the whole point.
We make an extra effort to dress neatly not to impress the congregation or out of rules but out of our respect for our Creator, .
God alone knows if we're willing or not to make an extra effort out of love for Him.
It's the effect on our character and our own individual soul that matters, and that's where the answer to this issue resides.
Feb 9th 2010 3:59PM The day we find our bodies shameful is the day we mock the Creator who made them.
Sep 9th 2009 1:10PM As the Proverb goes, "The love of money is the root of all evil."
This murderer's name is Thanos, which means "Death" in Greek.
Aug 21st 2008 3:06PM How refreshing to see so many actuallyy intelligent comments instead of the usual garbage one must simply ignore.
Phelps is a class act all the way. Let him keephis private life where the phrase implies "private." His accomplishments and public behavior speak enough to us as a nation, so let him love and admire whomever he loves and admires. In my opinion, Phelps the older did a good thing in fending off prying reporters, but we should never revile a free press since among its lesser values, it allows us to do exactly what we're doing. And whatever one feels about deadbeat dads and single parent society, Phelps demonstrates good men can be raised by a single truly loving and supportive parent. If loving in return that parent brands him "a momma's boy," whatever insult that's supposed to be, then most men are the same. Ask any soldier in any war American's have fought.
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