The Bible spends a great deal more time talking about money, economics, and thrift than it does gay marriageSubmitted by cor2879 on Fri, 02/10/2012 - 11:49
This occurred to me this morning. Maybe it's a 'duh' moment, but there's only about 12 passages in the Bible that even mention homosexuality, while there is a plethora of passages that discuss money and thrift. It seems like God is far more interested in our financial choices. I'm not saying that makes the social issues non-issues, but it does put it into further perspective for me when I see people say that they like Ron Paul on economics but are supporting Rick Santorum because of his social issues stances.
I don't accept the premise that Santorum is better on social issues, of course, but even if you are arguing with someone who does, it may help to bring this up.