Why don’t Christians accept LGBT?

I mean you were told not to judge?


NetFreak Asked on June 16, 2015 in Society & Culture.
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You are totally right that no one has the right to judge anyone else. I’m a christian and I always say that christians or any faith should not judge anyone for anything including the LGBT community. Its God’s position to judge in the end but this does not mean that he doesn’t love people who are homosexuals because he does. Imagine if your kid stole your car and crashed it, you would probably just shout at them/ground them or something but if you had to follow the law they would have to go to count and jail. Its the same with God, his law does not allow certain things and as must as he is kind and loving his is also just and true and has to judge according to his law.
I know many will say why doesn’t he get rid of these laws if he loves people but that’s like asking a judge to abolish the laws against murder if you kill someone. The only difference is if you admit that you are guilty and ask for forgiveness with the intention of changing then you are forgiven, no questions asked.
But I believe christians should be talking to people and spreading the word and not judging and condemning

Sandstorm Answered on August 20, 2015.
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I’m Christian and I accept LGBT individuals. I have some as friends for that matter.

I still believe what the Bible says about homosexuality though, that it’s an abomination. I had a problem with it even before I read what the Bible says about homosexuality. It’s unnatural and clearly unfulfilling, a poor substitute for the real thing (a heterosexual relationship). Anyone can see this even without having a religious background.

A man is a poor substitute for the softness of a woman, and a woman is a poor substitute for the strength of a man and the safety of his embrace. Same sex relationships try to measure up to the real thing but fail miserably. I get why God detests it

But that doesn’t mean that I reject people who choose to live that way. Jesus Himself hung out with prostitutes and the like, He never shunned sinful people and neither should His followers

They are still precious human beings made in the image of God and He still loves them and wants them delivered from that life

CastBound Answered on August 20, 2015.
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