Originally Posted by K0v0
Im very curious both for my own personal knowledge and for when I think about things in the future, how, many of you here who are homosexual can still believe in God and Christianity?
I have to say, I don't really understand your question here. Why would being gay preclude the need to answer metaphysical questions? Science is concerned with Empirical questions and does not stop the search for Empirical truth just because there are varied theories and opinions on a topic. For example, there are differing scientific opinions on the question of whether climate change is anthropogenic in nature, but that doesn't stop scientists searching for the truth of the matter. The same goes for Faith and Metaphysical Truth, which is the search for the Truth behind and beyond Empirical truth. If, as some claim, "God made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve", then the question remains and needs to be answered: "Who, if anyone, made Steve? Because Steve sure as hell exists and is attracted to Adam."