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Old 01-03-2017, 06:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post
well, sexual immorality in general is identified as sinful and some of the things defined as sexually immoral are,
- adultery (cheating, basically)
-homosexuality
-having sexual relationships out of marriage
ect. ect.
so i wouldn't have characters who weren't married, ah, doing stuff, either.
but wouldn't it be kind of limiting to only write about Christian characters? aren't characters more interesting with flaws?

I mean, I'm atheist but I also have religious characters in my stories. I'm also against violence, but I still write about violence.

You can think homosexuality is a sin and still have gay characters. God wouldn't care.
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