Lamb chop, you have but one of MANY versions of the "Christian God". Y'all talk as if there is only one one and only, but if that were the case, God has more distinct personalities than Sybil. The reality is, the one and only comes in more flavors than Baskin-Robbins and some of those just never quite go together very well. Aside from the basics of the faith, Jesus, son of God, crucified, risen, Christians often believe in mutually exclusive messages from the very same God. Your version has issues with my homosexuality, other versions do not.SHOW ME PROOF IN YOUR POST THAT PROVES ANYTHING I'VE SAID ABOUT MY GOD THAT IS DIFFERENT FROM THE SAME GOD AS CHRISTIANITY.
Hon, I thought there was an agreement that Jesus never offered any thoughts himself on the subject of homosexuality but here you are again attributing thoughts to him. You have chosen a version of God that does not approve, others have chosen versions that do. You choose to believe that yours is the version which is right and any version which disagrees with your choice has to be wrong, of course. Actually that's God's call, not His Christians. Didn't you ever read His handbook?Just as I expected you didn't answer the question because you couldn't answer the question because everything I've said about God and Jesus's thoughts on homosexuality is completely backed by the word of God.
Unlike SOME alleged self-professed Christians, I find the practice of using scripture as a weapon to be rather offensive to it. I'll lead people to answers that they clearly didn't notice when they allegedly read the book themselves and occasionally remind some Christian folk about what Jesus taught about how one can spot a false prophet (hint, hint), but you'll notice that I haven't been pointing out the parts where you have now guaranteed your own eternal damnation.But don't beat yourself up, your a pagan after all. No one was expecting you to be able to use the Bible in your argument.