Well considering I mentioned that I'm Christian that should have let you know that I believe that marriage is a gift from God. So of course it has to be a religious thing if I'm talking about it.Why does marriage have to be a religious thing?
Homosexuality is completely a choice. Who you do is up to you. I've meet people who have homosexual temptations but they don't give into them. Why? Because they realize that not everything that feels good is right. I also hold a lot of respect for them to make a choice like that and overcome those temptations.Gay people don't CHOSE to be gay!
I've never stated that I cast them aside in such a manner. You don't approach a leper for fear of disease. I will still talk with a homosexual but as I stated earlier they aren't the kind of people that I choose to surround myself with. Much like how I don't like to be around drunkards.Why must we cast them aside like people with leprosy?
Are you talking about the fact that in Ancient Rome it was considered okay for a slave owner to have sex with his slave( considered as property and not a person) willing or not? Otherwise it was looked down upon. Which also to note in the Codex Theodosianus (collection of Roman laws) there was a law that punished same sex marriage, sometimes even by death. Yes, it sounds like the Romans were very accepting of homosexuality.Homosexuality wasn't a problem when the Romans were havin' all kinds of gay sex
I don't agree with or believe in Catholicism. As noted above I said I am Christian not Catholic. If you think they are the same thing then you really need to do more research on the subject.the Romans founded the Catholic church!
So, why now, of all times should anybody have a religious issue with homosexuality when the Catholic church was practically founded by an empire of 60% gay people?