And all you have to do to refute my claim is post the specific verses that God and Jesus said, which you have not.Of course, I know how it works. You are the one makikng the claim that Jesus and God did not say anything against homosexuality and it is not found in the Bible.
Yes, you have every right to believe as you wish. However, the way that an argument works is those who take the affirmative position in argument must first prove their perspective using undeniable evidence, rather than testimonies and fictional literature, right?So, how it works is this, all who believe that Jesus and God were opposed to homosexuality can also believe that they are opposed to having sex with their mom.
Again, it was you who brought up the issue of me having sex with my mom or sister, right? However, it was your heroes (Abraham and Lot) who actually engaged in these practices, right?On the other hand, you made the statement about needing specific written writing from God and Jesus, so it is you who needs to produce writings and proof that you were opposed to having sex with your mom. SEE HOW IT WORKS.
Once again, please cite specific post numbers whereas I engaged in such a practice, if you would be so kind.If you do not like your BULLY game, then don't play it.
Yes, I understand, you would rather not substantiate your claims with evidence, but rather simply assert that whatever you believe will suffice, right?I have no need or desire to go back to your previous comment, as you obviously are failing to address my post this time as you failed before.
I was born with predisposition to develop a biological sexual urge to have sex. And since I was raised up within a culture that only opening practiced heterosexual relations, I became a heterosexual male who satisfy that urge with a woman, rather than a man. On the other hand, the scientific and medical communities agree that ones sexual orientation is not a choice, but rather based on multifaceted interactions between ones genetics and environments.Where you born gay or did you choose not to be gay? I chose to be straight, just like I chose to walk instead of crawl. It was natural.
Thus, rather than being holier than thou or self-sanctimonious, I would rather be nonjudgmental toward who consenting adults choose to love. Perhaps, this is the main reason why I cannot be a Christian, right?