The article itself was titled The Torture Question.
It is a piece written about how there is growing debate over the torture issue in the Christian community.
What really struck me about what I was reading and what prompted me to write about it was a comment posted on the website.
It was written by a person with the "screen name" skevin. He writes:
"...i don't believe you can say that a person necessarily 'supports' a position if they merely see certain instances where they can accept that the position may be effective. I think using the term 'accept' would be much more truthful and less divisive, especially as we discuss this with our brothers and sister in Christ."
He has said in this few sentences something I have tried over and over to say in several blogs. The point is simple, I can 'accept' something (in this case torture, or for another example, the War in Iraq) but not necessarily 'support' that something.
Way to go skevin, Whoever you are.
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