I was hoping you'd answer my question with an answer, but thank you for responding anyway.<quoted text>
Recall always that man(kind) has had an influence with the wording and the interpretations of those very old words....
I'll answer your question with a question
If promiscuity causes harm, then yes. If not, then no.do you think promiscuity should be considered a sin?
I'm sorry that is your experience of gay people. Considering how much bigotry is directed toward many of them and their relationships, I hardly think that would be surprising. Moreover, I think you are thinking of gay men, not women. Lesbians stereotypically have very long-lasting relationships. It's odd to me that when many people talk about homosexuals, they often presume to talk about men only. I've never understood this. Maybe people are more uncomfortable with male sexuality than female. Anyway, gay men are perfectly capable of having long-term monogamous relationships too. So is your judgement toward promiscuous gay people specifically? You are OK with monogamous gay people?Not sure how many homosexuals you have come into contact with, but some are very loving and caring, although most don't appear to stay with the same partner for very long.
Well, for one thing that is not what bisexuality is. Bisexuality just means one is potentially attracted to a person of either gender. It has nothing to do with promiscuity.What of bi-sexuality, just having sex with whomever for the fun of it? Is that okay too?
Again, promiscuity and homosexuality are two entirely different things, and you seem determined to link them. I have to ask again, if a gay person/couple is/are monogamous, then is that sinful? If so, what is the rationale?If you do have children, did you teach them about morals, or encourage them to be promiscuous in their sexual habits? Did you tell your daughter her dress was too short, top too low, or tell your son to dress neatly and tidily. Did you encourage them to be more modest in their sexual activity or did you not care?
I understand that, and I appreciate that you share your opinion.Would GOD judge a homosexual as not fit for heaven simply because they have had sex with the same sex? I think it depends on the sex, itself, rather than the love..... But of course, my opinion only!