I think you misunderstand or I worded wrong. Your homosexuality is no more "fixable" than my attraction to women as a heterosexual male. While my attraction is normal on the surface, I still sin when I look at females in other than "clean" thoughts. My sin is no less than your sin...all sin is sin. Jesus is as my your Savior as He is mine...for no different reasons. It is not our state that matters, but our standing...and if we stand with Christ, our sins are not counted against us.Harry12345 wrote:Thank you! That would be a huge slap in the face to people like me, who love God but struggle with homosexuality.BavarianWheels wrote:.
I believe that homosexuality is not a choice (for almost all of them) and there's nothing they can do to change their affinity for their own gender. I don't understand it, but I can't say it's fake. God hates the sin...but never the sinner.
From the perspective of the State...nothing...unless that State is Theocratic in nature. If it is a blessing you seek from God...then we run into issues. This does not seem to be the issue when seeking rights from the State.Harry12345 wrote:And at the end of the day, what really is wrong with Civil Unions? REALLY?