Think about this question for a moment before you attempt to answer it. Don’t just say no because you’re against two guys loving each other, or yes because you a guy that does love another guy. Really take the time to think about this. Because I have.
How can loving someone be wrong? Firstly, you’re not hurting anyone by loving someone. So how can it be wrong? Secondly, when we love someone there is that something between you and them that just attract one another. It’s not something that even science fully understands. Think about this, sometimes when you hear a song on the radio, you either like it, or you don’t. When you like it, you find yourself turning up the volume because it sounds good. But why do you really like that song? You might say because it sounds nice. But, do you really know? Then there is that song that comes on where you just can’t turn off the radio fast enough because you just can’t stand it!
So why do we like the things we do and dislike those things that don’t please us? Perhaps it’s just human nature. But, whatever it is, we don’t choose who we love or who we don’t. Like with music, it just happens. Perhaps it has something to do with an aura that person omits or something. But, science tells us that we respond to certain chemicals given off by one another. Regardless of what it is, it’s something we ourselves don’t control. It’s something that just happens all on its own.
I for one don’t believe we just respond to chemicals alone. There is much more to the existence of us then just chemicals. When it comes to spiritual matters, science stops there. Because it can only deal with things that have a physical property.
So then, are two guys that love each other or that are attracted to one another to blame for that? Who really is at fault here? Nature?
Since I believe that nature is God, and God is never wrong, nature can’t be at fault either. It’s just how it is. Of course, atheists won’t share this view as they hang everything on science that can’t explain everything.
But the thing that fascinates me is society. They condemn it. Because they say that a man is meant to be attracted to a woman, and visa versa. What they don’t understand is, yes, but not all men and women will be attracted to each other. Some will be, and some won’t be, which is not really understood. Now to them, such isn’t natural. But here’s the question then: Where does society get to define the laws of what’s natural and what isn’t?
Hate is a very powerful and destructive word. It is completely the opposite to love. This is why there is violence, disruption and wars in the world. Because the one hates the other to such a degree such that they want them destroyed at all costs.
So if two guys are attracted to one another and they love each other, how can such be classed as wrong?
Yet there are homophobic people out there that really hate it when two guys are attracted towards one another and love each other. Note the operative word being used here, “hate”. A very powerful and destructive word indeed! They hate it so much that they even put such to death.
What makes the matter even worse, is some of those homophobic people are supposed to be Christians! Are Christians supposed to hate? Not according to my understanding of what Jesus teaches in the Bible. Yet many Christians try and refer to the Bible to justify their argument. They love to refer to the book of Leviticus, Sodom and Gomorrah, Romans… Believing that their reason for disapproval is all explained in there. But I don’t for one moment believe it explains their hate and homophobia at all. I once read a lovely comment about homophobia, which stated “I hate the word ‘homophobia’. It’s not a phobia. You’re not scared. You’re just an asshole.”
So is it wrong if two guys are attracted to each other and love one another? I don’t
believe it is wrong at all. For how can love be wrong when it feels right? What is wrong is those who hate those who love.
If Christians read the new testament of the bible correctly, they’ll see it teaches love and tolerance. Not hate and destruction.
Not everything can be explained by science alone. Though science can explain many things, it also can’t explain many things as well. So it is then when society decides to enforce its beliefs because it’s what they feel is right, and not what is really right.