In today's world, both homosexuality and radical Christianity is rising. Is there a possible compromise between the church and the sexual orientation of those who claim the faith? If so, then why are so many patrons willing and eager to denounce the possibility of a gay or lesbian Christian?
While many traditional Bible-thumpers readily quote passages from Leviticus or Romans claiming that homosexuality is blasphemous, many others, either Christian, atheist, agnostic, or from any other faith, are quick to point out the flaws and inconsistencies within traditional scripture. Not only does the Bible condemn shaving beards, consuming raw shellfish, and getting married more than once in your life time, but it also states that God is the judge of all. Why do so many Christians feel it is their job to condemn homosexuality or the act of? Their act of judgment is just a great a sin as homosexuality may or may not be itself. The Bible says only God can judge, and many Christians seem to forget that.
In all truth, if homosexuality is a sin, it is no greater or smaller than any other sin in the world. A person who happens to love someone that possess the same genitalia as they do may or may not be committing a sin equal to taking a life or telling a little white lie. All sins are equal, and there is no black or white. Many of the faith seem to forget that we are all human. We all sin in different ways. Who is humanity to judge how a person sins?
Others still persist that the Bible defines marriage between a single man and a single woman. Were that true, then why did countless men in the Bible have multiple wives? Why were women considered property? Homosexual marriage is not only a step into the future but an act giving rights to those that have had them taken away. There are stories of a man marrying his car. If that man can marry an inanimate object, then why can a man not marry the man of his dreams?