To: little jeremiah
Homosexuality has always been forbidden in civilized societies.
And why is that? Because it is abnormal and against nature.
Think about it, why were male AND female created in the first place? Or if you must, why did we "evolve" that way? Because that is the way it is supposed to be according to NATURE. Forgive me if I am mistaken but I don't believe there is any animals that are homosexual, are there?
This is what happens when there is no moral right and wrong. History shows again and again when man starts doing well he starts to believe that he alone is truly in control and is self sufficient, so there really isn't a God. After this he then just refuses to acknowledge that there are moral absolutes he will talk himself into believing whatever he says is OK surely is.
This break down of moral absolute led to almost all of mankind being wiped out by the flood in Noah's day, Sodom and Gomorrah in later times, and will again lead to their destruction in the future. /RANT OFF...
Some homosexuals or homo-promoters claim that some animals species act out homosexually. I am no biologist, but from what I have read these acts are generally when animals are isolated from others of their kind, not in their natural setting, or when immature and their instincts aren't all in place.
That said, even IF some animals did simulate the mating act with males on males or whatever, is that a good reason for humans to act like animals? Most animals also don't mate for life, many animals eat their young, most animals don't build houses, most animals never bathe, etc. Just because some few animals supposedly do something is not a logical rationale for humans to follow their example.
These kinds of "animals do it" arguments are foolish, and only appeal to people who do not believe that God exists, He's in control of nature, and that there is a higher purpose to life than eating and mating.
I totally agree with your point - once moral absolutes are rejected (and they are not sectarian - they are virtually the same in all the world's religious systems) - then the floodgates are opened, and what we are seeing in Massachusetts and San Francisco (and all the links that EdReform and scripter kindly post) will be tame stuff to what's coming in the near future.
Unless, somehow, things turn around. Which was my purpose in starting this thread. A few little pieces of gravel can start an avalanche.
posted on 02/14/2004 7:52:18 PM PST
by little jeremiah
(everyone is entitled to their opinion, but everyone isn't entitled to be right.)
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