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Lion_Angel

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About Lion_Angel

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  • Birthday 01/04/1992

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    http://thewordshepherdess.blogspot.com/
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    mels.sorrow

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  • Biography
    Flaws, assets, and peculiarities aside: my true identity is in Him.
  • Location
    Lake Superior, WI
  • Interests
    Reading, having coffee with friends, dogs, letters, blues, criminal justice, Live Action Role-Playing (LARP), writing, singing, evening/nightly walks, playing pool, just hanging around, watching That 70's Show,
  • Occupation
    library assistant
  • Denomination
    Lutheran
  • Name
    Mels

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  1. Happy birthday!! (If you see this message)

  2. Happy birthday Mel! I hope you have a great day even if you don't come online. :)

  3. Is anyone watching these? How are you liking them so far? Who's your favorite character, and who's the character you relate to most? For those who don't know what it is: It's a Youtube series that is a modern take on Pride and Prejudice. Each episode is usually under 5 minutes. I love them! I'm so glad I found out about them. My favorite character is probably...Lizzie, Charlotte, and Fitz. The character I relate to most is probably Mary.
  4. lol! you've never heard somebody say that before!?!? wow you need to get out more..lol. Like what have you been doing. Anything, exciting?

  5. What have I been to? Sorry, but, been to what? :P

  6. Hey what have you been to?

  7. Lion_Angel

    Children in Wedlock

    How about: To share the rest of their life with one special person?
  8. Lion_Angel

    Children in Wedlock

    Immoral? I can't wrap my head around it.
  9. Lion_Angel

    Children in Wedlock

    Funny you say that, because this argument cropped up in a conversation regarding gay-domestic partnerships. And you're right, I really don't think it's a valid argument. There doesn't seem to be any Scripture regarding it as a sin, anyhow. And, the command was to Adam and Eve--the very first of the earth! Of course that would be God's command to them. He also has told us to take care of the earth, and having more people on the earth is only going to harm it further. Well, now I guess we wait to see if anyone agrees with the quote-in-question.
  10. Lion_Angel

    Children in Wedlock

    "The people who get married but want no children are sinning. They are rejecting God's design of marriage and what is often called the First Great Commission - Be fruitful and multiply; have dominion over the earth, etc. Those who are infertile have committed no sin by marrying, but are suffering from the corruption of the whole creation. I imagine infertile parents desperately want children and are feeling their helplessness in a fallen world. We should not define marriage according to the brokenness of creation or the exceptions, but according to God's ordering of his creation since the beginning of time. " I have never heard of the notion that choosing to not have children in marriage is a sin. I think this is ridiculous. Has anyone heard this? What do you think? What are your scriptural views on this notion?
  11. Lion_Angel

    MEN OF GOD & POLITICS.

    I think it's especially important for men and women of God to be involved with politics.
  12. Lion_Angel

    gender neutral society

    They also don't have competing sport teams. The only competition that matters is that against their predators and prey. It's a different world in the world of leisure. Not to mention, as far as we are concerned, animals don't have a sense of "justice"--so when the bigger male "beats" the smaller female in a little game, it's not a big deal. We don't really have those social constructs anymore though (that the male gender needs to be the sole person with a job and income). There's always going to be differences in gender--the word "gender" itself insinuates two or more. Well, when I'm describing someone I prefer to be specific. Otherwise all we'd be saying is, "That person who's about 5 feet tall wearing clothes." Like I said, we have to get PAST the idea that describing someone the way they are is WRONG. Why have we deemed it "wrong" to describe a person by their race or sex? I'm not offended when I'm referred to as a young white woman. That's what I am. Know what I mean? (caps meant to stress, not show anger.) Relevancy is a subjective term. :/
  13. Lion_Angel

    gender neutral society

    There are different sex-roles in the mammal world; but if we were to let them be our examples as to how to live, we wouldn't be any different than them. We're not animals, so if they do things differently, we are not called to do the same. I don't agree with the "All females have to enjoy shopping, etc." or "All men need to love sports and drinking." That's silly, agreed. But some things (like sports teams and bathrooms) really should be separated by sex. That doesn't mean that the members of one sex share the same "gender," but that some things go beyond how we "view ourselves." Anatomy, hormones, etc. are a fact of life. As for the "getting rid of pronouns"--why? Why should it be discouraged to call a girl a "she" and a boy a "he"? Hello?
  14. Where do you want to go? Either way, the Lord will teach you valuable lessons. (I personally find Christian high schools rather distasteful for a few reasons. But it doesn't matter what I think--it's your decision.) If a Christian hs is the direction you want to take, then go for it. Just remember that just because it's a Christian high school, people are still sinners, and you will need to be equally steadfast in your faith in either place.
  15. Lion_Angel

    Morning Person or Night Owl?

    As I type I have a lovely--well, it's not my favorite flavor, but it's still good haha--cup of coffee before me and there are birds trilling outside my window. I am a morning person as well. I love the morning light, and the energy/atmosphere. Perfect time to write, as well.
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