You said only Australia sees marriage this way because it is a Christian nation. I said no, it's not just Christian nations it's all over the world.
Now I don't mean ALL countries, religions, societies, cultures, people, sticks, rocks, shoes etc etc.
You said only Christians view marriage as between a man and a woman, I said no not only Christians not only in Australia.
Not everything has a religious agenda, people can be atheist and believe marriage is between a man and a woman.
And this post is not for you, it's for other people to make sure know what I mean and not what you say I mean.
AND incase you further twist my posts.
I am not against gay marriage, I support it.
And please don't call me an 'accepting Christian' its very antagonistic.
Lily - if you want you can go back over the thread and read our posts together and see the point I am trying to make.
Nothing I have said in this thread has been said with hostility.
[will take this thread as a fine example of why a 'non religious person' should never enter this section ]
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