I do have a belief that homosexuality is a sin. However it seems that some people make it that homosexuality is a bigger sin than what straight people do. They are concerned that it would harm the concept of what marriage should be about so to speak. God died for the gay and bisexual just like He did us straight people. So why are people making it such a big issue?
While I believe marriage is between a man and a woman, why don't the
anti-gay marriage people make a bigger enough deal about the number of
straight people who don't take marriage seriously? There are those who
commit adultery and fornication and do other things contrary to the
word of God.
Are two lesbians getting married any worse or any more sinful than a
straight couple who believe that marriage is more or less a piece of
paper? A man or woman who commits adultery should not judge a gay
person wanting to get married.
I don't think that two gay people wanting to get married and having the
right to get married spells the end of Western Civilization as we know
it. Shouldn't we as straight people take the motes out of our own
eyes? Shouldn't we do a better job on how we ourselves view marriage
before we judge two gay people who are willing to get married?
Even people who proposed a Constitutional Amendment banning gay marriage
is wrong in my eyes. I don't think the government should determine
who should or should not marry. I think the Constitution Amendment
idea is a bad idea. Like I said, many of us straight people need to
take the motes out of our own eyes for we too are sinners just like gay