Saturday, March 07, 2009

Spartan Daily - Serving San Jose State University since 1934

Spartan Daily - Serving San Jose State University since 1934

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Campus weighs in on same-sex marriage case

In November 2008, California voters ruled against gay marriage, but the fight for its reversal wages on. Oral arguments involving the legality of Proposition 8, which recognizes marriage as strictly between a man and a woman, will be made in front of the California Supreme Court today....

AIDS was first identified in the USA in 1981. The epidemic has now spread to every part of the USA and to all sectors of society. It is thought that more than one million people are living with HIV in the USA and that more than half a million have died after developing AIDS.
If "to the pure all things are pure" and "all things are lawful unto me," and if, under this Law of grace and Love, extramarital sex and all of these other things are lawful, then where do things like sodomy fit in?
If you are truly pure and loving, you wouldn't do such things, because they're definitely not good for you physically or spiritually, and they're hurtful. Just because "all things are lawful" unto us doesn't mean that we can go around murdering or killing or torturing people OR GIVING THEM AIDS! That's not love!
Ted Rudow III,MA
class of 1996

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