Read the thread until the end. There isn't a conclusion to it... And please read all my comments and what they say.You, yourself, admitted on another thread that there are no moral absolutes and then claim on this thread that any manner of sexual love, including homosexual love, is okay on the bases of love alone.
How can you make that truth claim since you have no moral basis for that judgment?
The moral base is the evolution of society and how things changed over the many years that passed. The fact that you trust a Creator(God) to have offered you an objective moral base is ok, but that doesn't change the fact that all the moral values were pre-existent without God saying a thing. And I did offer example of other cultures which didn't have a Bible and to which God didn't speak and who have moral values similar to what we have.
I am surprised that so many people quote the Bible on objective moral values when those values were there all the time to begin with.
There is an old saying: "God gives the milk, but not the pail". I for one am totally baffled by the simple fact that people refuse to see anything but what the bible says or in other worse cases, the Bible is even interpreted in many ways, but the substance is the same: if the Bible doesn't says it's ok, well then it's not.
To make it short and simple: (this is just an imaginary example)
1) The sky is blue and we can all see that.
2) Bible: I talked to God and he said that the sky is blue. Can you really prove that God said such an obvious thing?
Now let's offer a moral example:
1) 2000 years ago, in Judaism, gay relationships weren't accepted by society at that time. (and at that time things were very very different from the society we have today)
2) 2 days later: God said that man and man should not lie together as a man and a woman do. Really now? Many things in the bible are just obvious things of a trend that a society had at that time and were just rephrased and said to be authored by God himself almighty and alpowerful. That's nice.
And the list could go on.
Can you offer me an example from the Bible which doesn't mirror/mimic/relate to/present a trend/thing/behavior/moral value/ of the times about 2000 years ago?