Just Ice
Just Ice answered Jada Shakira Webster's question

Q "Why do some people think you'll go to hell just for being gay? Like can't you have an opinion over who you want to love??"

Let's start with what you have boiled it down to: "can't you have an opinion over who you want to love??"

If, say, it's just a handful of you on an … Read more

Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson answered

Ancient Latin alphabet

The earliest known inscriptions in the Latin alphabet date from the 6th century BC. It was adapted from the Etruscan alphabet during the 7th century BC. The letters Y and Z were taken from the Greek alphabet to write Greek loan words. Other letters were added from time to time as the LatinRead more

Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered Jada Shakira Webster's question

Opinions seem to communicate Choice. Can you choose who you fall in love with? When did I choose to be heterosexual . . .

That being said, Most holy Scriptures have a problem with Same sex relationships. It was either misunderstood be the original writers, or Simply meant that the union would not produce fresh off-spring … Read more

Perry Nuttal
Perry Nuttal answered Jada Shakira Webster's question

If you are referring to one of the three monothestic religions the reason it was frowned on was because homosexuality was often seen in temple prostitution to other gods such as Ishtar. It is the homosexual act that is "taboo"often translated as an abomination in the bible.

It is also noted that when man and … Read more

Perry Nuttal
Perry Nuttal answered

Jesus" is an Anglicized form of the Greek name Yesous found in the New Testament. Yesous represents the Hebrew Bible name Yeshua, which occurs as "Jeshua" in English Bibles (Ezra 2:2; Neh 7:7).

In Medieval English the "J" was pronounced as a "Y." "Yehoshua"Yeshua, in turn, is a shortened form of the name Yehoshua ("Joshua" … Read more

carlos Striker
carlos Striker answered Jada Shakira Webster's question

Your sexual orientation has nothing to do with hell or heaven because both don't exist. You live right and do whatever makes you happy without hurting other. Hell or heaven created by you with the kind of living you do.

Call me Z
Call me Z answered Jada Shakira Webster's question

You appear to be blessedly out of the loop in this whole Leviticus travesty. Kudos to you. Carry on.

Keep in mind people can and do believe anything, give passionate folks some words from the Book and they’re off to the Crusades.

More importantly: What do YOU think about LGBT’s?

Are they wrong?

Walt O'Reagun
Walt O'Reagun answered Jada Shakira Webster's question

Because they pick and choose what Bible verses to believe .. And the Old Testament in Leviticus says that homosexuality is a sin deserving death. 

Of course, it also says not to eat certain things or wear clothing made of multiple materials ... Which they conveniently ignore.

Joyce Hall
Joyce Hall answered Anonymous' question

I love my husband and daughter too. That doesn't mean they never do anything wrong or I won't yell or correct them.

There r some sins God will just not tolerate. Being homosexual is one of them.

Megan goodgirl
Megan goodgirl answered Megan Fisk's question

Megan I am also catholic and I have nothing wrong with that and if that's what you believe then I think its alright. Your right. With all people being themselves . I don't see anything wrong with that at all.

Just Ice
Just Ice answered Megan goodgirl's question

Q "Do you know any people that put celebrities and all the worldly things before God?"

It is people who make the celebrities and then they idolise them, will nearly do anything for them or to be like them and even almost worship them. They wouldn't be celebrities if people didn't turn them into celebrities in … Read more

Perry Nuttal
Perry Nuttal answered Megan goodgirl's question

Yes, God isn't as popular as he use to be. Even more so, they seek to be famous themselves through facebook, twitter etc as Aleister Crowley said "Everyone's A Star." 

Vanity, devils favourite sin :)


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Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered Megan goodgirl's question

Sure, but lets be specific . . Which God are you referring to?

I also know people who put all worldly things before Santa, The Easter Bunny, and "Zorg" the magical Space Pixie . . .

The "Worldly things" you refer to are tangible objects we can interact with . . . Like cell phones, Televisions, … Read more