Thursday, November 10, 2005

Another Busy Day *Updated*

Hello everyone!

I hear that Texas passed a law defining marriage as between a man and a woman. My complete support goes to them. God made marriage, not the government and only God should be allowed to change his law. Government tinkering will only damage our culture farther.

I am currently working on a bit of fiction writing in my spare time. It is somewhat akin to the Hardy Boys books. I may share that with you at some future time.

More at a later time,

Have a great day folks!

Travis

Monday Update:

Hey Guys!
I have checked back in and am looking forward to answering comments have have received the past few days. Look for more blogging as time permits. (Hopefully tonight)

9 comments:

Alex King said...

That sounds really neat Travis! Can't wait to see it :)

Kristin said...

Yay for Texas! This is good news :)

MVB said...

Makes me want to move to Texas to get out of these Northern, liberal states..

Anonymous said...

Sounds great, Travis!
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http://s3.invisionfree.com/Hearts_Afire
Registration is free and the forum rules are posted at the top of the various sections.
It would be an honor to have you post there...that is if you wish to, of course.
Have a wonder filled day!

Clarke Green said...

I think it is unfortunate that Texas cannot see that gay people are our brothers, sisters, sons and daughters. Why should they be judged incapable of establishing a marriage when many clerly live in a marriage with all but the endorsement of the state?

As for 'God's Laws' which God's laws should the state adopt? Do only Christians live in Texas, in the United States? Personally I appreciate that our national constitution forbids such an establishemnt of religion in our government.

Travis said...

Dear Clark,
First of all, I would like to thank you for expressing your thoughts in a non-insulting manner towards my faith or my beliefs. Many are not so thoughtful.

I am off to a science lab, but when I return I would be glad to disscuss my views on this topic.

B-rad said...

Makes me want to move out of Texas to those Northern, liberal states..

Ertuon said...
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Ertuon said...

Clark,

Gay people are human beings like anybody else, but that doesn't mean that everything they do is right.

Homosexuals are allowed to marry just the same as other people, but they want to have another right: the right to marry a person of the same sex.

The Constitution says “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”. Christian moral values don't say that we must respect an establishment of religion.