Ah, but you do attack even me, but the "facts" you delineate about Timothy are not true and they are absolutely predicated on supposition. If you didn't care for those verses, then how about Leviticus 18:22 or Romans 1:18-32.<quoted text>
well, both of those passages have nothing to do with homosexuality... and the man who wrote them was quite gay. not only that, but he was a heretic and an apostate. any other questions? if so, then it may pay you to pick up a few good history books at your local library, or enroll in a good bible study course at a non-denominational university.(you do realise, don't you that timothy, up until saul's death, was his main catamite. after the death of saul, god caused him to fall in love with the gay ethiopian king of the time... just as daniel did a generation before.
and if you were to actually read what i said, i believe that i never attacked anyone at all.
Even if you feel these are not sufficient evidence of the Bible's position on homosexuality, let me simply ask you, "What would be definitive and on what legitimate texts would you justify your position. Could you stand before your creator and say, "Yep, I did it my way!" or would you say, "Yes, I obeyed my Creator." After all, it will ultimately be between you and your Creator, not between you or me or anyone else. Does your conscience tell you you are justified? If not, pick up a Bible and really spend some time with it if for no other purpose than to prove your point.