>> I think he's talking about love here, not
>That's right: love. Homosexuals can love eachother
>too, and don't just lust for eachother.
I meant father/son/brother type love.
>Don't you see the irony in it when someone claims
>homosexuality is wrong on biblical grounds, the same
>person thinks the translation of the bible he thinks
>is the most accurate, was written by someone who
>might very well be homosexual himself?
No, I don't see the irony at all. Everybody sins, that doesn't impair their ability to do what God says.
>> Probably not. Everyone has faults, God can work
>> when he wants us to do something.
>Now, if all the christians were as tolerant as this,
>I think gay-rights activists would have very little
>to complain, wouldn't they?
Tolerant? No. I want to see homosexuals realize their sins and change. My point was that even though he sinned (as everybody does) God could use him to do His work. There's nothing worse about homosexuality than there is about other sins.