These questions are to atheists or anyone who opposes what the bible says is wrong ( lying, killing etc )
My first question is regarding homosexuality.
Atheists, your argument is that homosexuality isn't wrong just because a group of "sheep herders" a couple thousand years ago said it was. Therefore, if your child wanted to be a homosexual, you would encourage them to be that way.
Well, what about profanity? At some point, some guy ( or group of guys ) declared that terms like "bitch" or "shit" were not proper words to use. Yet, atheists don't approach this idea the same way they approach homosexuality. They will teach their children not to use those words or they will get a spanking or punishment. They don't question why their child shouldn't be able to say those things. They just go along with it. Why is that? Why are you quick to condone homosexuality, but not profanity, when they both, according to atheists, are "wrong" just because someone said they were?
The next question was a point about homosexuality in the military. I was listening to the radio, and an anti-gay politician ( not sure what his name was ) was making a few points. The first one was something along the lines of "People join the army to protect their country, not to have their values changed." Which is exactly what this "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is doing. Conditioning the minds of the soldiers to give up what they already believe in and forcing them to accept something when it has nothing to do with their purpose of being in the military. Another point was "If gays will be allowed to openly act gay, why should they be allowed to shower with other men?" Basically, its the same idea behind not letting men shower with women. You would be sexually attracted to who you're in the shower with, so it defeats the purpose of separating the men from the women.