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To: highball

i don't presume that homosexuality is genetic. in fact, like all other behavior, i believe that it's chosen. thanks for the explanation. it seems this recessive trait is becoming more and more prevalent - at least in post Christian europe and america. it'll be very interesting to see where america is in 50 years. my guess is we're about a half century "behind" europe. the only hope for america is if the evangelical church can withstand the stampede toward secularism both inside and outside of the church. based on the rest of western civilization's track record, i wouldn't bet on it.


136 posted on 12/05/2005 8:22:02 AM PST by Snowbelt Man (ideas have consequences)
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To: Snowbelt Man

It's still not clear how homosexuality is relevant to the evolution vs ID debate.


139 posted on 12/05/2005 8:28:28 AM PST by JeffAtlanta
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To: Snowbelt Man
i don't presume that homosexuality is genetic. in fact, like all other behavior, i believe that it's chosen.

I was speaking hypothetically, to answer his question. Thought I had made that clear.

thanks for the explanation. it seems this recessive trait is becoming more and more prevalent - at least in post Christian europe and america.

I'm pretty sure that the percentages are about the same historically. More likely, what you see as an increase is a combination of increased access to media for all types of people via the Internet and the fact that people just feel less compelled to keep it to themselves.

145 posted on 12/05/2005 8:37:20 AM PST by highball ("I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have." -- Thomas Jefferson)
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