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During the last 2000 years of Christianity many changes have taken place in how it sees people and their place in the kingdom of God The Church has changed its views of people of other races as inferior or savages in need of salvation They have changed their views on womens equality They are even in the midst of making amends with and reaching out to Muslims and Jews But most modern Christians have a more hardened view of homosexuals than theyve ever had Some see homosexuals as being in direct league with Satan as they also believed about witches Gays are seen as a direct threat to society and to the sanctity of the family Homosexuality is referred to as an abomination Next to abortion nothing seems to unite Christians more than the fear of homosexuality On what basis do Christians form their ideals and fears of gay people Why do they feel the need to demonize and disenfranchise an admittedly small segment of the population Why does the Church work so hard to prevent equal rights for gays and for that matter to prevent homosexuality at all These are the questions I hope to answer I could simply answer these questions by saying that some people are just ignorant But I believe that nearly all Christians who dislike gays believe that they have a very strong basis for feeling the way they do One of the first reasons that these people will give is that the Bible says homosexuality is a sin The Bible gets the blame for a lot of things but especially for outright rejection of homosexuals Genesis Leviticus and Romans tend to be the books most referrenced by those arguing the sin of sodomy Another reason for Christian rejection of homosexuality is that it is unnatural Once again the Bible tends to be the basis for this conclusion although for different reasons Any sex act that cannot achieve
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