Yes Jamie, you have a point about me being "celibate." By celibate I mean that I have never been with anyone, and I am not currently seeking relationship. Also, I am not certain if I am called to lifelong celibacy (as in the St. Benedict type of celibacy.
In regards to the rest of your post. The "I don't think we can provide that type of answer for you." Would have been sufficient.
We could contrast homosexual sex with other interesting moral conundrums and hypothetical scenarios all day long. But homosexual sex is not moral or immoral based on it's association with any other topics.
I think we can agree on that. For instance, most conservatives say homosexual sex is wrong b/c some homosexuals are overtly promiscuous. A ridicules correlation because that entirely disregards the fact that some aren't
My point being: Just as homosexual sex is not necessarily immoral because of the fact that promiscuity is immoral, homosexual sex is not necessarily moral because of the fact interracial marriages are moral.
Eventually you have to examine an issue as a stand alone entity.
I'm trying to narrow my examination of the issue down to that one aforementioned question, not expand the issue into a convoluted mess of rabbit trails. Because quite frankly, it's all been said before. If I want to contrast homosexual relationships with interracial marriage I can Google it. If I want an in depth look at the scriptures that pertain to homosexual sex I can Google it. If I want Dr. Dobsonís view on homosexuality or Mel White's view on homosexuality I can Google them.
If I have a succinct question that pertains a specific logical conclusion drawn by you folks here at Soul Force I'll ask you about it... I guess that's why I'm here.