Hi Lacon.<quoted text>You apparently know amazingly little about Christianity or about the founding of America. The Founding Fathers were mostly deeply religious by today's standard. They made no effort to keep religious views out of politics. Quite to the contrary, much of our law and government was based on Christian Principles. They did disestablish religion, i.e. there could no longer be an official tax supported state church as was the case in Virginia and many other colonies.
Christianity is also amazingly unified on the topic at hand. The Bible very clearly and repeatedly condemns all homosexual behavior in both Testaments. We know that this was the view of Christians from the very earliest times. The Didache, for example, is likely the earliest non-Scriptural Christian document. It makes it plain that both homosexual acts and abortion were condemned in the Early Church.
All Americans have a right to vote in line with their values and views. Of course the horrible hate based homofascist movement has attempted to take this right away in many states. That does not make it right!
Not only do you get the Bible wrong but you get the Founding Fathers wrong too. You need to go back and read some original documents regarding what the Founding Fathers purpose was. And, please learn how to read the Bible. For you to make a statement that I don't seem to have read the Bible is purely your assumption. What you really mean to say is that no Christian denomination nor the Church thinks alike. What you really mean to say is that all Christianity must think and do as you do.
Lacon, if you can document your belief then do so but be aware that I am well read in the Bible and history, history of Christian thought and Judaism and I will document how I address your contention on biblical exegesis. Just keep in mind that your personal interpretation is not documentation. That is to say that no literal reading of the Bible is a documentation. You may begin with a premise but must end with documentation as to its interpretation. In the end, neither you nor I will agree but then we will respect each other's efforts to understand.
Hence, no one knows God and cannot speak for God.