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It is a good question, one that really needs to be addressed within the Christian community. There are so called "fundamentalists" within the Christian faith who cannot even hold true to our core beliefs. I do believe homosexuality is a sin, but I'm not going to go say hateful things to them because I would just be a hypocrite not to mention a dick. I do believe that homosexuality is a sin, however I believe to job of the government is to protect others from injustices done to them by others. While I don't morally agree with gay marriage I do not think it is harmful to others and I see no good reason why it should not be allowed.
If I spelled something wrong sorry I have better things to do than read over this 5x
I do agree that problems would still exist, however communication between different countries would be much simpler. The world's economy would be much more efficient as previous language barriers would not be present. The elimination of and social barrier will not solve all problems, but they could solve some.
(if anything I have typed is unclear, please comment I have atrocious grammar)
I agree I found this article about it online, many boys are inherently disadvantaged by the way school is taught nowadays. However, if boys are taught properly I feel they can excel just as well as females do in academics.
No the government should not pay for post secondary education. Where will they get this money huh? It costs a lot of money to go to college. The only thing I would support is academic scholarships based on merit, then people that are less fortunate financially, can be rewarded for their hard work and endeavors in high school.