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Jesus saith unto him the third time, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me? Peter was grieved because he said unto him the third time, Lovest thou me? And he said unto him, Lord, thou knowest all things; thou knowest that I love thee. Jesus saith unto him, Feed my sheep.

The Reality of Homosexuality (In the Bible)

I think it is important work for men to begin soundly and with robust knowledge to educate the public on this issue. Homosexual Identity goes beyond marriage equality, our identity speaks to the character and soul of men…gay, straight or otherwise. Let’s be clear about who we are, and continue to tell HIS-Story. At the end of your journey, you will discover that the TRUTH will come from WITHIN, not from words submitted by dead men.

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Probably one of the most crucial areas in our present day is homosexuality.  Is it wrong?  What does the Bible really say?  Have Evangelicals had it all wrong?

As a disclaimer, we as Christians ought to treat everyone with respect, including those who disagree with everything I will write in this.  We are to be kind to those who are not in Christ Jesus, including all men.   We ought to treat this subject with gentleness, sensitivity and sincerity of heart.  In no way should Christians result to being belligerent, intolerant, and hateful to those outside the church, no matter any sexual orientation.  Christians who do are giving us a bad name and are not being the Jesus the world needs.  Have compassion on those who are apart from Christ in the hopes God will grant them repentance.

– This is not an article to bicker against homosexuals, or to cause them…

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Almost all people are bisexual by nature, although most people choose, or are conditioned, to limit themselves to the opposite sex. Thus, for almost all so-called “straight” people, their sexual identity is defined by their behavior, and is subject to influence or change. In fact, in the ancient world, most people were actively bisexual in their behavior at different times in their lives.

However, as a minority, gays differ by nature from the majority — not in our attraction to the same sex, but only in our physical lack of response to the opposite sex. Being naturally impotent for procreative sex, innately gay men were referred to in the ancient world as “born eunuchs” or just “eunuchs.” Meanwhile, women who innately lacked response to men were seen as a particular kind of “virgins.”