I can tell you where it leaves me: Confused. If not for the religious writings in the Bible and other texts, exactly upon what set of "morals" do you base your supposition that homosexuality is morally wrong?Quote by: Seeker_Of_Sins
I look at the entire issue this way: Consenting adults (as in not dogs or kids or whatever other preposterous "slippery slope" arguments these zealots always throw out) should be able to do whatever absurd behavior they wish, so long as it does not directly harm another without their consent.
Show me why my belief is wrong without referring to any religous dogma or ideology, and I will believe that someone with the handle Seeker_of_Sins is not religious.
Personally, I am religous to some extent. I belong to a Methodist church. Surprising? Not at all. I try to live by a particular verse that I think sums up quite nicely what Christianity (or any peaceful religion) should really be about, not to mention secular morals.
John 13:34-5 (Jesus speaking) “A new commandment I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”
Religious or not, the world would be an incredible place if everyone followed this message.