I rarely express strong opinions. I think that is for several reasons including the way I was brought up, my first-kid place among the children in the family (first kids either have strong, opinionated personalities or are pleasers--I'm a pleaser), and my main spiritual gift of mercy--I can see other people's viewpoints and motivations, and I'm not good at confrontation. But this is not to say that I don't have strong opinions about many things.
As indicated in Scripture, God is a male and is the absolute Creator and Ruler of the universe.
Jesus Christ is God and God's Son and is the only Savior of mankind from its sins and hell.
Abortion is wrong in all circumstances.
Children are the greatest treasures and need the most care in every way that an adult can give.
A good marriage takes a lot of tolerance and forgiveness.
The Bible is absolutely true and always applicable for our lives.
In this life only what is done for God counts.
Heaven and hell are real places.
Getting older is hard work.
The person who is the closest to the ideals of Scripture will be the person I vote for president.
I do not think a person or a group of people should be singled out for anything because of their sexuality. I do think all people should have equality under the law but not for belonging to a certain sexual group. That should be moot.
An unsaved and a saved person should not get married.
Worldly activities should stay out of the church.
Old people (older than me) need help and understanding, even when they are driving too slowly.
These are just some of my strong opinions. And now I am worrying about causing offense. I don't mean to cause offense, but I also realize someone will always be offended by another person's opinions when they differ from his/her own. Also I believe many of these thoughts are more than opinions: many are just the truth.