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Homosexuality and the Church

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Portal of the Church of Pilgrims, in Washingto...

Portal of the Church of Pilgrims, in Washington, DC, with a LGBT banner. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Homosexuality has continued to be a highly controversial topic that has proponents on both sides speaking out for and against it. As it has evolved within society, what once was a topic that was considered taboo, has now become more of an accepted societal norm. It continues to dominate headlines and receive much backlash from the Christian community. Homosexuality preexisted before the birth of Jesus. Its origins have been difficult to pinpoint by Theologians and scientists to determine what causes it. One of the biggest questions surrounding homosexuality is whether or not someone is born predisposed to it because of birth or hormonal defects or if it is a conscious decision that is made later in one’s life. According to the Bible, homosexuality is… Read full article

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2 thoughts on “Homosexuality and the Church

  1. I can’t imagine why a peace loving ethereal being and all forgiving God would get upset about homosexuality as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone. Why put someone to death if they didn’t hurt anyone? How do we know the bible wasn’t translated wrong or changed to the likes of the people who wrote it as a way of controlling the population?

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  2. Where are all the original texts the Bible was translated from? WE all know how manipulative the Catholic church founders were and so money hungry that they changed it written word to their own benefit.

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