That’s a common belief that French is a language for those who really speak it. For the vast majority of Americans, French isn’t a part of who they really are. This language has nothing to do with their lifestyle and culture, as they were initially born Americans. The similarities of the American culture as well as the French culture boil down to French fries and also good wine. On the other side of the world, from a French perspective, the US culture isn’t a part of who they are, and the same can be said about the lifestyle of this country. So, a question arises - how can two different groups of human beings co-exist in the world and also respect each other's lifestyles and cultures? The answer to this question is quite simple: the French are over there, while the Americans are over here. Another group of folks that are dynamically different in who they’re, the lifestyle they pursue, the language they speak as well as cultures they can identify with, aren’t so lucky. Homosexuals, who have been intertwined into every culture since the dawn of time, have constantly been the receptor of discrimination, violence, and condemnation by the media, conservative Christians, gay bashers, mainstream evangelists and even by gays too, though this sounds weird. Instead of being embraced for their differences and respected as normal people, homosexuals have been over and over again, condemned to hell, murdered or discriminated against.
A great number of people utilize the Holy Bible as their basis of condemning gay folks stating that it’s not themselves who condemn these people, but God himself. However, one needs to take a closer look at the Word and assess it critically. The Word of God clearly tells what It means and respectively means what It says. A great number of folks rely on the interpretations of men versus the true, holy and factual Word of God.
If we carefully study the Word, we won’t come across any solid evidence that a person will go to hell only because he or she is a gay. Yes, we repeat once again that contrary to popular belief, the Holy Bible doesn’t actually condemn homosexuality. We should stress that the Holy Bible just condemns homosexual lust as well as fornication just as it condemns heterosexual lust and also fornication. Meanwhile, it doesn’t condemn homosexual love as well as marriage, just as it never condemns heterosexual love and marriage. Therefore, homosexual love doesn’t appear to be a sin according to the Holy Bible.
That’s a common belief that French is a language for those who really speak it. For the vast majority of Americans, French isn’t a part of who they really are. This language has nothing to do with their lifestyle and culture, as they were initially born Americans. The similarities of the American culture as well as the French culture boil down to French fries and also good wine.