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Wal-Mart Asked to Drop Christian Video Game

ztwilight Re:What's a "progressive Christian"? (1535 comments)

Are you suggesting that you should love homosexuals even while you put them to death? 'cause that's a subtlety that may not be so reassuring to the homosexuals at the receiving end of your loving.

No, we Christians believe that homosexuality is a sexual sin, just like premarital sex, adultery, etc. We don't hate sinners, we love everyone the same, with the same unconditional love with which God loves us. The bible also commands us to do so. To do otherwise is to never have known God.
Putting people to death in the Old Testament was the way they kept their culture holy, since they had no real way to atone for sin (Hebrews chapter 10 in the New Testament explains this very clearly). When Jesus died on the cross to atone for our sins, those Old Testament laws were done away with.

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Lisp is fun

ztwilight ztwilight writes  |  about 9 years ago

Banged out my first lisp web-site generator. It took it all of a half second to crank out my entire web site - I'm impressed! Looks like all the good things I'm hearing about lisp are true.


ztwilight ztwilight writes  |  more than 11 years ago Spent some time hammering out code in STL on Linux and Mac simultaneously. Code on Linux didn't work the same with identical STL code. I'm disappointed, STL was supposed to be more cross-platform than that.


ztwilight ztwilight writes  |  more than 11 years ago I am happy to say I am working on an 8 processor IBM 970 with 8 blazing fast 2.5ghz chips! Benchmarks indicate that this new Mac will be 11.3x faster than a Pentium IV 3.06ghz PC.

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