By the way, Argumentum ad populum is a fallacy.KiMare wrote:
Quite a few scholars would disagree, don't you think?
Here is something you can't avoid.
Anal sex is inherently harmful, unhealthy and demeaning.
It is a violent act against another person. A violation of design.
A clear oxymoron of sexual intimacy at every level of human existence.
Of that, Paul was right.
I'm simply pointing out the extreme theological position of a dying minority that the bulk of historical Christianity considers heresy. I have no desire to waste time arguing faith with a dishonest faithless heretic.
Your depravity is further exposed by the silly attempt of an obviously studied person to negate the often posted facts of medical science with his personal claim of sphincter health.
It is sad to see the waste of a intelligent mind fatally distorted by denial. It would be interesting to see the paradigm shift if you accepted the fact that homosexuality is a sexual defect.
" ... the way is narrow and few find it ... " would tend to deflate your ad populum argument.