I think you guys are shooting a little wide. I was trying ask a very precise question, and was hoping for a precise answer.
Keltic illustrates the argument that I have a question about
"If we say that a homosexual orientation is naturally occurring and thus not better or worse than being heterosexual"
hmmm.... I guess the statement that I have a question about it a little different. Let me revise for clarity
"Homosexual orientation is naturally occurring thus homosexual sex is no better or worse than heterosexual sex"
This is the general position of SoulForce as I understand it.
My question is. How does on justify the "thus" in that statement. What is the bridge between "This desire is naturally occurring" and "These actions are good." I'm really looking for a succinct and logical answer.
I'm really not asking for a broad sweeping dissertation on the morality of homosexual love. Please refine your replies to the aforementioned question.
And please remember. I am not here to debate or argue, I have to admit I felt a little agitation in some of your posts. All I want is someone to clarify the position of Soulforce in a clear-cut manner.
Thank you for your time