Some clergy members in California spent Tuesday officiating at same-sex weddings made legal by a State Supreme Court ruling that took effect on Monday night, writes Lauri Goodstein. “Others spent the day speaking out against same-sex marriage. … The Rev. Kimberly A. Willis said she had not decided what to do because she wanted to be able to minister to all of her congregants at Christ Church United Methodist, in Santa Rosa, about 10 percent of whom are gay. But if she officiates at a same-sex wedding, she could be charged with violating the United Methodists’ Book of Disciplines, put on trial and defrocked.”

The governments cave-in to homosexual is obvious when you consider they forbid people from exposing others to second-hand smoking when smoking only reduces life expectancy by only 10 years (Doll, R., R. Peto, J. Boreham, and I. Sutherland. 2004). Mortality in relation to smoking: 50 years' observations on male British doctors. British Med. J. 328:1519). While people are free to expose others to homosexual sex, which reduces life expectancy by twice that.
A Canadian study in 1997 found that male homosexuals have a life expectancy of 20 years less than the general male population (based upon a prevalence of 3% of the male population) Hogg RS, Strathdee SA, Craib KJ, O'Shaughnessy MV, Montaner JS, Schechter MT. 1997. Modelling the impact of HIV disease on mortality in gay and bisexual men. Int. J. Epidemiol. 26:657-661). Using several different measures, including life expectancy determined from obituaries, two large random sexuality surveys (in the USA and Great Britain), and a survey of those never married in Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, indicated an average age of death of less than 50 years old (Psychol. Rep. 83:847-66). A third study, published in 2002, found that the median age of death of 88 homosexually partnered men was 45 years, while for 118 unpartnered homosexual men it was 46 years (Psychol. Rep. 91:671-678). This latter study put the average life expectancy of male homosexuals nearly 30 years less than the general male population. Another study showed that, on average, ever-married men outlived the ever-homosexually-partnered by 23 years in Denmark (74 yr. v. 51 yr.), and 25 years in Norway (77 yr. v. 52 yr.) Even-married women outlived the ever-homosexually-partnered in Denmark by 22 years (78 yr. v. 56 yr.), and in Norway by almost 25 years (81 yr. v. 56 yr.) (Federal Distortion Of Homosexual Footprint (Ignoring Early Gay Death?) Family Research Institute.)

The U.S. FDA forbids homosexual from donating their blood. According to the standard questionnaire, "men who have had sex with another man even one time since 1977," are disqualified from donating blood.

The Bible has a compassionate warning to homosexuals; that their practices can destroy them.(1 Corinthians 6:18-20)

The curse of God is on people engaging in forbidden sexual sins: Among these are homosexuality (1 Corinthians 6:9). Bestiality (sex with animals) (Exodus 22:19, Deuteronomy 27:21) and incest (sexual relations with close family members, including your mother, sister, niece, aunt, daughter-in-law, and sister-in-law) (Deuteronomy 27:22-23, Leviticus 18:6-18), fornication (sexual relations outside of marriage) (Matthew 15:19, 1 Corinthians 6:9) and adultery (sexual relations with another person's spouse) (Exodus 20:14, Proverbs 6:32) To emphasize the seriousness of these kinds of offenses, the penalty was death in the Old Testament (Leviticus 20:10-21).

Homosexuals are not born that way. They have failed to find a “homosexual gene.” If it was genetic there should be as many homosexuals among Kansas wheat farmers as there are among San Francisco artists. Again, a study of 2 million Danes showed that being born in the city vs. rural increased the likelihood of homosexual marriage. Studies of twins denies the presence of a homosexual gene (Archives of General Psychiatry 58: 85-91.)

Satisfaction for the powerful sex drive is found through heterosexual sex, homosexual sex, animal sex, mechanical sex, solitary sex, but only homosexuals claim they were “born that way.”

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