Your other hypothetical situations were mildly amusing and not designed to be argumentative. This one was not as successful because of your intervention. It would really be better for you to set the stage with a simple premise and then not say anything more. It would lead to a much more imaginative and interesting outcome.
This one has suffered from too much over direction.
Denominations that oppose homosexuality include the Roman Catholic Church the Eastern Orthodox churches and some mainline Protestant denominations, such as the Methodist churches, Reformed Church in America the American Baptist Church, as well as Conservative Evangelical organizations and churches, such as the Evangelical Alliance, the Presbyterian Church in America and the Southern Baptist Convention.
The biggest three are: Roman Catholic church, Eastern orthodox church and Protestants.
So there is certainly a possibility that a christian guy thinks that a homosexuality is a sin. But ofcourse, he doesn't have to.The topic is just asking, among other things, what if he does.
Last edited by blueranger; February 18th, 2013 at 08:50 AM.
Well, I'll tell you what I did in this situation. I had great sex. I got into a serious relationship with him. He treats me far better than I ever thought possible. We got married in a church and have a great friendship with our minister. We continue having great sex nearly everyday. And he wasn't praying for forgiveness, he was thanking God for bringing us together.
Depends how many you take for major churches.
There are many (major) churches and religious individuals who do support gay marriage equality. I promise.
...some local churches here in Silicon Valley who supported Gay Marriage...
Only the Catholic church and Eastern Orthodox church who consider gay sex a sin have more or about the same number of members as all the other churches together.
Last edited by blueranger; February 18th, 2013 at 09:10 AM.
Quando omni flunkus, moritati.
If I care about him...it depends on whether this is something he's always done, or something new with him. If it's new with him I'm definitely going to ask what's going on, and do my best to talk to him and offer my 2 cents.
If this situation is a hook-up then I'm gonna ask him what's up. If he tells me he's praying the gay away I'm gonna fuck him, and leave because somebody has to prove to him that you can't just pray the gay away. If he's just praying as some sort of fetish or as an act of thanksgiving I'd still fuck him and leave because that's what you do with hook-ups, but that one would always stick out in my mind. That's one interesting fetish.
If that's a Republican Congressman, I'm fucking his brains out, and selling the tape to whatever media outlet pays me the most.
Last edited by blueranger; February 18th, 2013 at 03:44 PM.
Well I appreciate the context then and will say that in this light, I understand that perhaps your confusion is created by a different perspective than in a north american or western European country.
We have a much less atavistic and rigid view of the role of the Church in our lives and certainly cannot understand (except through our own travels and experience in these backward Orthodox countries) how rigid and doctrinally restrictive it can be.
So, please accept an olive branch from me.
I'd do him and then tell him he's going straight to hell right before leaving
56 percent of American Catholics believe that homosexual sex is not a sin.
— When marriage is defined as a civil marriage "like you get at city hall," 71 percent of Catholics support it.
I was very, very positively surprised.
Last edited by blueranger; February 19th, 2013 at 12:32 AM.