Originally Posted by revtj
I have often wanted to ask a fundamentalist...am I an abomination only when I am actually engaging in gay sex, and, like, I'm OK at other times, say, when I'm at church repenting of all my sins of omission & commission...or am I an abomination just because I think it's OK to have gay sex within certain boundaries?
Does the fundamentalist God categorically condemn a gay christian who does not have sex just because they know they're gay?
My understanding of stricly fundamentalist beliefs is that we choose to be gay/lesbian/bi/trans. (this despite not also saying being straight is a choice). So it seems that they condemn gay people. They seem to think that the gayness is such a deep-rooted sin that they have to condemn both being gay and behaving gay. At least, that's the impression I have at this point...although, some fundamentalists will insist the "sin" can be "repaired"...