Reading this is like watching a hamster trying to escape from one of those little mazes they devise in labs:
God does not make sinners - He makes people, and people choose to sin. God created man in his own image , but that has nothing to do with God creating homosexuals, because God is not a homosexual. God is in fact heterosexual, and therefore anything created in his image would also be heterosexual, not homosexual.)) We are placed on the earth with agency, or the ability to act for ourselves. God does not force anyone to do anything. The way you are is the way you have decided to be. Does God make people sin? No. He teaches us why we should not sin. So why would God make someone be homosexual? In the Bible we read the account of when He destroyed the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. Why? Because they were all sinners and it was better for them to die then to continue sinning and making themselves worse. So what was their sin? The Bible says that it was two main things: Homosexuality and Bestiality (also called Sodomy, receiving its name from this biblical city). So if God destroyed those cities for being homosexuals, why would He make people homosexuals? He doesn't. It's your choice, and he wants everyone, including homosexuals to repent and return to Him.http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_did_God_make...s#ixzz219f8sgj1
What struck me on reading this isn't any of the guff about Soddom and Gomorrah, but more the the logical humping the writer is giving himself here.
It's a mini essay on the pointlessness of 'God'. God (he's a Real Man, btw) is sitting twiddling his thumbs one day and thinks, "I know, I will create a Universe so everything in it can worship me, but they can choose not to. It's like one of those tests. I just love those things- do I choose A or B? Hmm. I'll need to create sin first though."
"Why create it if you don't want people to do it?"
"Don't ask me silly questions, just don't do it or you'll burn in Hell. Or be a Gay."This post has been edited by stevo: Jul 20 2012, 10:01