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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

So, let's go with the notion that we are all created in God's image and likeness. I, personally, agree with this notion. So, technically, God is neither man nor woman, right? Right. The Bible speaks of God as a masculine spirit (being, presence, etc.) because of the fact that males were once thought to be the dominant/stronger sex. I state this as a fact, but it's really my opinion. You're reading my note, so you're going to go with me and argue later. Yes. So, if God is neither male nor female, how does he create us (humans) to prefer one sex. Yes, technically we were made to "fit" with the opposite sex, but again: If we are created in the image and likeness of a non-sexed/gendered being, how are we created MENTALLY to desire one sex or/over the other? Is it a preference that is born with us? I believe so, as I personally know no one in the LBGT community who chose to have their sexuality. So, if it is a preference that is born with us (and remember: we're made in the likeness of God,) how is it wrong? This, in my opinion, is not a learned "habit."Anyways, as we're already off to the controversy races, let's continue on...
For those of "us" (and by "us," I really mean "you,") who still believe that homosexuality is a sin, I need to shed some light on the homos-to-hell-brigade. K, so here I am thinking that you should be hit by a bus for being so narrowminded. I'm going to assume that's a sin. Am I going to hell for that "sin?" I can feel badly (not that I do,) for thinking such horrid things, and I might even ask forgiveness (occasionally) for it, but do I keep doing it? Yes. Yes, I do. Or, when I use the word "crap," for instance. Never, in the last 10 years, have I asked forgiveness for using that word. It's probably some form of sin though, so am I going to hell for not repenting? Probably... not. God says that no sin is greater than another. James 2:10 states that "For whoever keeps the whole law and yet stumbles at just one point is guilty of breaking all of it." So, if you're of the opinion that, say, kissing a chick when you're a chick is a sin, watch yourself. Next time you say "shit" when you stub your toe, I hope hellfire doesn't rain upon you. But, hell, it just might, because all sin is the same, right?
< /anger&frustration >I'm done now.Hate will not be tolerated. If you have any negative/critical thoughts on sexualities that are different than your own, shut up. Thank you.