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Subject:  Re: He Lost 95% of His "Friends" Date:  10/15/2012  4:59 PM
Author:  RayKinsella Number:  183619 of 195084

Personally, I don't go around assuming my friends are lying to me. Perhaps you've got a different class of friends.

I think this guy needs a better class of friends. Of course he lied to all of them then snooped through his mom's diary.

I get it - there is a lot of prejudice against homosexuals in the Christian community. But there is support. You have to chose your friends well and communicate openly.
This guy was rejected by his friends and family. Family you can't do anything about.

But this guy was rejected by his friends. This isn't a Christian problem - the dude needs to do a better job picking friends.
And not snooping through his mom's journal as a grown man.

I'm a Christian man and I have enough gay friends that people ask my wife if she's sure about me (she is). There are openly gay people at our church and I live in Kansas.
Ray
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