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I know where you're going with your flawed argument.
You're about to say that because one talks about the defining characteristics of people's sexuality, that person must be what they're arguing against.
That's pathetic. And it's been tried before.
I guess, with your version of logic, all these atheists arguing against Christianity are closet Christians....
Of all the "sins" in the Christian canon, you pick one type of "sin", one that is little mentioned actually -- and never expressly mention by Jesus.
You could focus on lying, stealing, murdering, blasphemy -- which seems to stand out as one of the worst "sins" discussed in the NT -- but you don't.
You focus on a particular form of sexual "sin".
Why is that?