The debate "Lesbiansgaystransgenders etc.. should all be accepted by christianity" was started by
February 18, 2016, 1:35 pm.
28 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 22 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Voidiq posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
ReadyToBegin posted 1 argument, JakobBoghora posted 1 argument, SwaggerPoptart posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
esje, llemponen, danielle, Voidiq, RyanWakefield, gentle&nice, why, Pablerasdh, Loula, carlaperezbb, redeemed and 17 visitors agree.
ReadyToBegin, MinuteMan101, ProudAmerican888, xaveragexjoesx, barman, fadi, lucylou15, swat, JakobBoghora, SwaggerPoptart, The13yearoldconservative and 11 visitors disagree.
The Christian people should not be forced to accept LGBT. It is against what they believe, and that is their right. But that does not mean that they should disrespect LGBT people. They should continue to treat everyone equally, but still have the freedom to voice their opinions.
Yet I turn on dickgirls, forcing some to have a certain opinion is basically totalitarian. I am not against it, but in a democracy people should have a freedom of opinion.
@readytobegin if something is against a Christian's faith then the Christian shouldn't do it. Or should Jews and Muslims start petitioning that pork be illegal for anyone to consume?
No one is telling Christians they have to marry people of their own sex, don't tell other people who don't share your beliefs to do what you think they should.
I am a Christian myself, and I accept LGBTs. Although the Bible does say homosexuality is wrong, it isn't our place to judge or discriminate against them as we all sin. One of the main values of Christianity is acceptance and equality, however, not all Christians follow this part of their religion as well as they could.
a good christian will acept everyone, we won't turn down, or hate one for their choices. I will dislike the action of gay marraige and the idea of it, but I will not hate a person because they are gay. I will argue to that one isn't supposed to be gay..., but like anyone on this app, I'll dislike their ideas, not them as a person.
I might play a little devil's advocate here. What do you mean by accepted exactly? It is against the faith of Christians afterall.