And that state was subject to religious rule, even allowing it to supersede federal laws, would you live there, provided it was your religion? If you did, would you willingly submit to rules that belong to another denomination of your religion that you don't personally agree with or would you expect all the other denominations to live by the rules of yours? (infant baptism vs adult, communion, sainthood, women as clergy, married clergy, who can marry, alcohol usage)Answer Question
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Answer by scout_mom at 6:35 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
Golly, that sounds like fun! I hope it's one of those religions that enforces the no-mixed fabrics and no-adornment. It would be especially great if they would uphold the whole "women should not be seen or heard" sort of idea--ooh, ooh! and if they would ban alcohol . . .Wow! Awesome! Could we own slaves there, too? I mean. . .if we could really find a religion that combines the best of both testaments. . . I'd move there in a heartbeat! I'm all for repression, discrimination, and strict religious rule! Oh. . .but you're just teasing me with that idea, aren't you. Really, though, with the platform some of our politicians are using, that "Utopia" would be a reality if they could help it. In my own state, I've heard two running in the recent primaries promise to "protect traditional marriage" and return our nation to it's "Judeo-Christian roots". Yikes!
Answer by jsbenkert at 6:43 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
No thanks! I prefer to live in a province.
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