Sunday morning 'Rev',<quoted text>
Yes. You mangled it, alright.
If you are going to cut and paste material that supports YOUR view of these issues, at least have the integrity to provide your sources and then offer a simple qualification that this is your viewpoint.
You think you are pretty smart. But, people who think they are pretty smart, most always do things that deflect others from finding out where the holes are in their logic. This, you do with boring regularity.
I'll forgive you for the hubris. But, everybody here should understand that you are pushing a particular viewpoint that is very much a personal opinion.
There are plenty of articles and references to read about these late studies. The important thing to realize is that they are not at all conclusive. They are theoretical and MAY have some bearing on how SOME expressions of homosexuality are formed. The research is ongoing and even if all causes were found and understood for every possible human trait, we still would not be able to predict what the next fertilized zygote will look and act like when it grows up to become a full-fledged human.
And, we would not be able to predict exactly how important or beneficially resourceful to the rest of humankind that individual may eventually become.
Readers, please go to the URL that I have provided below to get an overview of the research that Mr. KiMare has quoted. Here is one of many articles:
Next, understand something about ourselves, as Human Beings. No matter who each one of us is or how we express ourselves in this world and interact with each other, each one of us is unique in person, character, talent and time.
Each one of us, no matter how ignorant and defective or smart and near-perfect is both capable of being wrong and right, honest and dishonest, presumptive on occasion and without guile on another occasion. Each one of us has something to contribute at some point in time and space, even if he or she or it is no more than an opportunity to provide someone else a way to care for someone else. If there is God, and I believe that God is - I AM, then none of us should presume to know the limits of what God can cause to happen through the simple existence of another.
The plain fact is that none of us knows exactly how or why we are created the way that we are. We only know that we are in this together.
Interesting article by a sex editor. I thought it was an interesting comparison of gay studies. Discounting the most likely explanation of sexual defects and equating molly 'nipping' to get the girl with gays who don't want the girl.
But your sanctimonious and sacrilegious attempt to equate God made perfection ("It was good") with the curse of defect that permeates creation takes the cake. Or spiritually speaking, blind depravity.
Just a heads up, I posted the reference of my post in a previous one. You can easily find it by googling the first sentence.