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i would like to believe it is not a sin...I was born a Catholic, but i don't know if i still want to be one. God knows how much i tried to kill the gayness in me , for 20 years i have been denying myself of my God given freedom to live the life i love and to love the life that i secretly lived...and when the end comes and judgement day is served i would just ask God's forgiveness but I will never deny that i loved that person with all of me...
no its not
yes there are those who are born gay..
even without society influence,
maybe hard to believe for most people,
I consider it this way..
every child is born with a sin because we are all humans, and all humans sin. though innocent, the child will always have that one attitude that negates other's attitude, and it all depends with the child if he/she will keep that attitude, thinking it is not a sin, or try to change it knowing that it is a sin.
and homosexuality is one of them.
PHL - Not a sin
USA - Not a sin (except for Mormon Church)
Africa - Death
Question to the TS, if you have an asexual relationship with the same gender, do you still think it's a sin?
No, if you don't consider the religious/social aspect.Question to the TS, if you have an asexual relationship with the same gender, do you still think it's a sin?
Are you saying it is okay for two people to have sex lustfully for as long as it is between a married man and woman, and that a relationship between two men who both yearn true, selfless love and companionship over lustful sex is sinful? Indeed, there are gay couples who are in a romantic relationship with sex being the least priority, who try not to have sex and there are some who don't have sex at all. I myself have been in such asexual relationship with a man for 2 years.
By the way, the passages you mentioned only talk about lustful sex with most of them being about rape.
Follow-up question, do you think it is not sinful for a gay man to marry a woman when he knows in himself that he only wants to be with men? I know gay men who got married and tried to live a straight life and they are unhappy. Do you not find that act as deceitful, and isn't deceit a sin?
Last edited by SuperOnyx; Jul 8, 2011 at 12:32 AM.
For your second question, if you know by yourself that you are attracted to the same sex, you ought not to marry. God also mention that there are certain people who are destined to be single and there's nothing wrong with being single. But if in your heart you really want to marry a girl, then you need to pray first that God will give you the desires of your heart. If God willing, He will definitely give you a wife that will accept and love you for who you are. God will make a way for the marriage life to work out. Always learn to seek God first in everything you do so that you may not stumble.
Another thing, if you decide to marry make sure that you love the person. This love will conquer all including your weaknesses.
Genesis 1:27 & 28: "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, ..."
Moses recorded God as saying that he created Adam and Eve in his own image as "male and female." Having created them capable of procreation, God blessed them and commanded them to be fruitful and multiply. There is obviously a limit to the number of children that Eve could give birth to. One might safely assume that God's instruction to Adam and Eve were also binding to their children, grandchildren, even down to the present generation. Thus, God intended each human to pair up with a member of the opposite sex, and to procreate. There is no room in God's plan for same-sex marriage or sex between the two.
i wonder...how come i was raised by my family and was merely told to respect every religion created and will be created on earth..
but how come this people just wouldnt respect other people's belief as well and would encourage you, let alone insist theirs under your nose..
i still say homosexuality is not a sin.
well according to the holy bible it is a sin.
but homosexuality is not a choice, you acquire it in birth.
you are basically a woman inside a man's body.
if there is such thing as a "loving God", he wont make you
this way and forbid it.
but dont worry my friend, there is no such thing as a God.
and you should stop worrying bout going to hell because
thats a myth too. just live your life to the fullest! be a good
person and dont let **** get in your way.
btw im straight and an atheist
ask ko lang - i dont mean no harm...
are you straight? girl or boy?
btw im a christian too, i sometimes attend ccf...