In God's good design, sex is reserved for a man and a woman who have entered into a legally binding marriage covenant.This kind of life-long commitment forms the basis for a garden-like relationship in which true intimacy can grow into a loving family.This concerns me more than secular arguments because such an approach attempts to hijack the Bible and change the truth (which, by any sane definition, never changes).Christians certainly need to pray, be humble, kind, and serve the less fortunate. citizens have been blessed with the freedom (for now) to speak and exert influence in the public marketplace of ideas, and we do that without fear.
But in light of this widely used tactic, I offer the following disclaimer to the reader: If you are hide-bound by the dubious assumption that certain people are irrecoverably and genetically destined to act out same-sex impulses, and you habitually label as a 'hater' anyone who dares to question the belief that LGBT behavior is unavoidably mandated by one's DNA, let me be kind and save you some time.
But it's usually the inarticulate, angry-faced ranter who gets the spotlight in our 'round-the-clock news world.
Those kinds of "Christians" don't speak for me and they certainly don't represent Christ.
Multiply that same model many times over and a healthy society blossoms and thrives.
You may not agree with this view of human sexuality, but it's what the Bible teaches.