posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 02:41 PM
reply to post by network dude
Originally posted by network dude
Since I am heterosexual, I don't know the answer to this question.
Were you born knowing that you felt that way, or do you think your surroundings pushed you towards that way?
It's the nature vs. nurture question.
Secondly, why do people who claim to worship a loving God think that this same loving God would't love everyone? Just the straight ones.
(that one is for the opposition to answer)
And lastly, How would the God that doesn't allow Gays into heaven deal with women or men who might go both ways? ( I admit to bias on that, as I see
women who go both ways sexy, but men who do that are just gay) If that's politically incorrect, sorry, but why be anything other than honest.
My sexual stance is honestly no one's business but my own's, so I am leaving that part out of it. However, I do have my own opinions to your
Question 1: I believe there is more than one cause, which is unique to the individual. For some, it may be genetic, possibly caused for a recessive
trait or outright mutation, for others it is environmental, and for some, it is unintentionally taught through abuse or just strange family dynamics.
Question 2: Because they are hypocrits. I thought that one was obvious. If you believe in a loving God, than he is all loving. If you don't, well, I
guess it depends on what you believe. However,stating one thing and contradicting it in the other is just hypocrism.
Question 3: I don't think this is an issue. LGBTs will be judged by the merits of their life, the lessons they learned, etc. just like everyone
I have a hard time accepting a person who raped over 30 children went to heaven just because he asked God for forgiveness on his death bed over a LGBT
person that led a charitble life. If that is the type of God you want to worship, go right ahead. However, I refuse to accept that, despite what I was
taught growing up.