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Indeed, In The Same Way...

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1. Anna wrote:
#20 sorry. Belief in comment 9 sulhod be believe. If the professor taught that Catholics believe that their views on homosexuality are grounded in natural law, I think that's perfectly fine. But if the professor were to say Catholic beliefs on homosexuality are grounded in natural law, that statement would be highly offensive to me if I were homosexual.I'm not saying students sulhodn't be expected to be offended occasionally. I am saying that the statement would be in poor taste. A bit like the high school US history teacher of a missionary companion of mine who taught an entire lesson about the LDS church in a mocking tone, assuming wrongly that no one in the class was LDS.

Tue, October 13, 2015 @ 3:26 PM

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