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Ferguson97
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« on: July 16, 2021, 12:46:44 PM »

This article did nothing to make me more sympathetic to the religious right.

And the notion that the LGBT movement should "meet the other side halfway" is disgusting and offensive.
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« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2022, 01:01:41 AM »

Not really, but I have noticed that liberals tend to not understand the Religious Right at all and this makes discourse over them ridiculous.

For example I've found a lot of liberals believe that basically all evangelicals believe in the following:

-Charismatic practices such as speaking in tongues.
-KJV-Onlyism
-Strict TULIP double predestination Calvinism
-Extreme complementarianism and prescribed gender roles.
-Complete ban on alcohol consumption in addition to drugs.

As a liberal I don't believe this, don't know anyone who does, and don't even know what the hell the half of that even is.

What is KJV-Onlyism, TULIP double predestination Calvinism, and extreme complementarianism?
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