Jesus disapproved of homosexuality.
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I will show from the Bible to make the topic statement true.
The opposing side will just simply have to debunk with questions. If my answers can't hold up with consistency, then what I've said or will say to make the topic statement will show not to be true .
For example in case this is foreign to you I think it's called the Socratic method or technique.
I believe in brushing teeth before going to bed. You ask me why.
I say because I believe in good oral hygiene.
You ask do I brush my teeth in the morning.
I say no.
You ask do I brush them after each meal and I say no.
You ask why do I brush them at night.
I say for the sake of flushing out the bacteria that's collected throughout the day .
You therefore conclude that my belief is not genuine due to inconsistency alone.
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27 And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet. "
Homosexuality in Greco-Roman society was common and commonly accepted. This was true in Plato (Symposium) and Plutarch (Lycurgus). The gods and emperors participated in it. Nero seduced boys. Fourteen out of the first 15 Roman emperors were homosexuals.
It is true that Jesus never specifically addressed homosexuality or same sex marriage for that matter. Not that I know of anyway.I don't think it's written where the Son of God Jesus said homosexuality is a sin.
3. But I made a statement Jesus disapproved of homosexuality. I can show with scripture to prove it. The Son referred back to the Father to acknowledge what was established. Therefore anything outside of that is disapproved.