I’m probably just ignorant so please let me know if that’s the case but there’s something that doesn’t make sense to me. Why do other Christian faiths reject homosexuality as an acceptable form of sexuality? I mean, Mormons at least have a fairly legitimate reason (the eternal family/procreation thing) but all I can think of for Christians is the few proof-textable passages in the Bible (and from what I understand there seems to be disagreement about what those verses actually mean anyway.)
Whether or not you agree with the Mormon doctrine of eternal families you have to admit that it’s a much more logical rejection of homosexuality than a few obscure verses in the Bible, right? Or am I missing something?
NOTE: Please know that I’m not advocating the rejection of homosexuals nor am I trying to justify the way homosexuals have been treated by either mainstream Christianity or Mormons, I would just like to explore the different approaches to the issue. Also know that my ‘delete comment’ sensibility is raised for this post so please don’t be a jerk.