This page is much to kind to liberals. -- ChrisWa I suggest the addition of a section on criticisms or controversy.
- No, because then people like myself will whine. -_- Fuzzy 18:47, 26 February 2008 (EST)
I finally understand conservapedia: it's a satire of what passes for conservative thought in the more extreme reaches of the 'net. That aschlafly is an absolute master of irony. This article started out as a sober rendition of liberal Christianity -- boring, boring, boring -- until aschlafly put his magic touch to it. Now it's hilariously funny, as long as I remember that this whole site is a parody of an actual encyclopedia! The joke's on me: it just took me too long to fully appreciate the subtle irony that permeates this site. And aschlafly -- if you're following this; if you're not really a committee of professional comedians -- my hat's off to you, sir! Keep up the wickedly satirical work; and you can count on me to keep the joke quiet, so that other pilgrims can experience the belly laugh I'm enjoying right now. Mrb
Yes indeed, that is needed here. Examples are always good - perhaps the article could also list which Churches allow what - both the (Protestant/Anglican) Church of England and Church of Ireland permit women clergy, for example, and are much less strict on matters of dogma. And that's hardly a 'small' population - certainly not the former, at any rate. And it's worth remembering that different branches and countries within a Church can have radically different slants - another example being the far-left wing activist nature of the Catholic Church in 70's and 80's Salvador, Nicaragua and Northern Ireland, and today in many other countries. While remaining 'conservative' on liturgical and family matters, Churches have often strayed politically. Misterlinx 19:56, 26 February 2008 (EST)
These faiths also oppose endorsing same-sex unions, because it is a liberal position.
Are faiths opposed to liberal positions? Or are they not acting the way that they are because they believe they are following their god's teachings? Is it not the case for the truly faithful that their beliefs transcend mere politics? Or do gods actually have politics? Aboganza 19:34, 26 February 2008 (EST)