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#63 Jun 11, 2013
-tip- wrote:
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Christians are called to hate the sin that God hates, and to demonstrate the path to freedom from that sin through faith in Jesus Christ.
You know, tip, that calls for some convoluted logic that seems to evade man.

IOW--it is no sin to BE gay, but it is a sin, if gay, to have a sexual relationship with someone of the same sex that one loves.

Now that kind of distinction requires some tricky thinking. First off, it requires intimate knowledge of the sexual relations of people we know who are gay--something we don't typically inquire of among our friends who are straight. And frankly, it is a distinction that I don't see many willing to attempt. They fall into hating those who are gay--whether they are "sinning" (or having relations) or not, presumably on the grounds that they will, or simply because they cannot meaningfully act on such a distinction.

Do you go around asking people that you know who are gay if they are engaging in relations? Do you advise them that you love them just as God created them, but wish them to steer clear of intimacy because God has created in them this conundrum?

How, exactly, does that play out, in real life?

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#64 Jun 11, 2013
Burka over my dead body wrote:
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Never said it was RELIGIOUS
IT'S A SITE THAT UPDATES ALL THE DEVESTATION THE MUSLIMS ARE CAUSING ALL AROUND THE
W O R L D!
Open your eyes...do you not see the havoc they are causing? You're either a Muslim, a Muslim lover or dense.
Whatever.....
I believe that you offered it when I asked about where you have studied Islam, which is a religion.

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#65 Jun 11, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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You know, tip, that calls for some convoluted logic that seems to evade man.
IOW--it is no sin to BE gay, but it is a sin, if gay, to have a sexual relationship with someone of the same sex that one loves.
Now that kind of distinction requires some tricky thinking. First off, it requires intimate knowledge of the sexual relations of people we know who are gay--something we don't typically inquire of among our friends who are straight. And frankly, it is a distinction that I don't see many willing to attempt. They fall into hating those who are gay--whether they are "sinning" (or having relations) or not, presumably on the grounds that they will, or simply because they cannot meaningfully act on such a distinction.
Do you go around asking people that you know who are gay if they are engaging in relations? Do you advise them that you love them just as God created them, but wish them to steer clear of intimacy because God has created in them this conundrum?
How, exactly, does that play out, in real life?
Convoluted logic that seems to evade MANY--not man.

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#66 Jun 12, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Convoluted logic that seems to evade MANY--not man.


How does that work 4 ya and well, U know.

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#67 Jun 12, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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You know, tip, that calls for some convoluted logic that seems to evade man.
IOW--it is no sin to BE gay, but it is a sin, if gay, to have a sexual relationship with someone of the same sex that one loves.
Now that kind of distinction requires some tricky thinking. First off, it requires intimate knowledge of the sexual relations of people we know who are gay--something we don't typically inquire of among our friends who are straight. And frankly, it is a distinction that I don't see many willing to attempt. They fall into hating those who are gay--whether they are "sinning" (or having relations) or not, presumably on the grounds that they will, or simply because they cannot meaningfully act on such a distinction.
Do you go around asking people that you know who are gay if they are engaging in relations? Do you advise them that you love them just as God created them, but wish them to steer clear of intimacy because God has created in them this conundrum?
How, exactly, does that play out, in real life?
Just as...

...an unmarried woman with sexual inclinations toward any man is prohibited by God from pursuing those sinful inclinations.

...a married woman with sexual inclinations toward men other than her husband is prohibited by God from pursuing those sinful inclinations.

Do you counsel her otherwise?
If not, why not?

She is experiencing what she deems to be natural sexual desires.
How dare you or God condemn her for acting out on them.

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