Re: Fw: Re: Strippers
Richard Hunt (jc4x4@YAHOO.COM)
Mon, 24 Aug 1998 07:46:53 -0700
If this person had done some homework before slamming
Bob they would have seen that all throughout the Bible
God does not condone this kind of behavior.
I support Bob in his comments and will always stand
behind what the Bible has to teach and if someone can't
follow the Bible then they are not doing their duty to
Webelos Den Leader
Eagle Scout - 83
---colinjenny <colinjenny@EMAIL.MSN.COM> wrote:
> >While she may be showing a great deal, I submit that she is NOT
> >Scout Spirit! Scouting exists to teach three things: Duty to God,
> >to Country (Others) and Duty to Self. By prancing about in various
> >stages of undress, she fails to demonstrate each of these and is
> >therefor and incompetent role model for young men. She fails in the
> >following ways:
> >Duty to God -- Duh!
> And how exactly do you define a duty to god Bob?
> >Duty to Country (Others) -- By choosing a profession whereby she
> >deliberately incites lust in a bunch of men who belong home with
> Or girlfreinds or boyfreinds,
> Tell us you have never been to a strip show Bob, or never look at a
> What sort of Duty to the country is staying at home with your wife
> Oh yeah, it is preserving the status quo of what conservatives
> >Duty to Self -- Where is her self respect? I once spoke to a pretty
> >young woman who was offered $1,000.00 a week to do this. She turned
> >them down.
> Bob, you should have offered her $2000
> >Has this woman sold her self-respect for a fat paycheck?
> >Don't tell me she needs this job because she can't find another! CNN
> >and the Akron Beacon Journal tell me weekly that the labor market is
> >wide open! No, she probably can't get another job for that kind of
> >money, but what is her pride and moral integrity worth?
> What about fun and feeling great about your sexuality
> >Before I get accused of self-righteous demagoguery, let me say that I
> >know what the Bible tells about judging others. But it also says
> >we must lovingly admonish the sinner (i.e. point out their fault).
> >elsewhere says that it would be better if a man were tossed into
> >with a millstone around his neck than to lead a child astray! We
> >to look at the big picture: what kind of person do we want as a role
> >model for our Cubs?
> Some one who knows were they are at!
> >"What does your Cubmaster do for a living, Timmy?"
> >"She gets naked for a bar full of drunks!"
> >I have no son. But if I did, I would not want this woman as his
> Does it really matter what leaders do for a living?
> I have spent most of my leader career unemployed!
> >As I said a couple of months ago: In order for the program to
> >person modeling the character should have some.
> When are you going to put this into practice?
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