so it really depends how you look at it.. from a religious point of view yes it is wrong but from like a normal everyday to day life i dont think it is! i think its normal and if that is the kind or gender you like then.. okay!:)
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I love God and Jesus both, but I don't believe that being gay is a sin. People commit sins all the time, so what makes the difference? Love is love. It doesn't matter what skin color you have, how tall you are, what language you speak, or what your sexual orientation is. You should never judge others. Judging is actually a sin. Just because it says that being gay is a sin in the bible, doesn't mean that it is actually a sin.
Well it depends on what you believe. It is wrong, but if you believe in God, you won't really want to be gay. You'd see it's wrong and not do it. But if you don't believe, it's fine. But I think God will still accept you if you're gay or not.
I suspect you're struggling with sexual orientation or are close to someone who is. There are Christian churches that are accepting of gay persons who are in homosexual relationships. Personally, I don't see how they reconcile that with what the Bible says. My own thought, since that's what you're asking for, is that outside of marriage we are to remain celibate. I define marriage as being between one man and one woman. And I would say that heterosexual people should remain celibate outside of marriage as well. Now, for someone looking at this issue from outside a Christian point of view, it's a whole other story.
No more a sin when acted upon than any other act of fornication, whether it be adultery, incest, beastiality, pedophilia, etc. In other words, yes it is a sin, but no more an issue than any other, but it is the people who are trying to diminish it that is making an issue of it, bringing it to the forefront.