As I have mentioned before, the bible is clear : “homosexuality is an unnatural sin (Leviticus 18:22;Romans 1:26-27;1 Corinthians 6:9). The Bible presents marriage as God’s invention, and God has defined it as a covenant between a man and a woman for a lifetime (Genesis 2:24;1 Corinthians 7:2-16;Ephesians 5:23-33). Biblically speaking, a homosexual union is not a marriage. It does not matter if the government legislates a new definition of marriage. It does not matter if society is overwhelmingly in favor of same-sex marriage. A homosexual union always has been, and always will be, a perversion of God’s creation.”
"Is it possible to be a gay Christian? If the phrase “gay Christian” refers to a person who struggles against homosexual desires and temptations – yes, a “gay Christian” is possible. However, the description “gay Christian” is not accurate for such a person, since he/she does not desire to be gay, and is struggling against the temptations. Such a person is not a “gay Christian,” but rather is simply a struggling Christian, just as there are Christians who struggle with fornication, lying, and stealing. If the phrase “gay Christian” refers to a person who actively, perpetually, and unrepentantly lives a homosexual lifestyle – no, it is not possible for such a person to truly be a Christian.”
The reason why I listened those things on the same category was because while we are incapable of seen the way God does and we see them as there being levels and one is worse than others, God sees all sin equally. Sin is disobedience to God and no act of disobedience will be unpunished because God is just. 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God.
I understand your view point, and I do think that the sins we are involved in has the ability to affect those who surround us. I have an alcoholic father myself and my journey has not been easy, I’ve suffered a lot because I continuously see my father walking in darkness and it sucks. I am a Christ follower, yes, indeed, but that is a label that can sometimes be used wrongly. Being a Christian does not mean I have it all together, it really means that I need a Savior to get through because I cannot do it on my own. For that reason, us Christians are ANY less guilty than those who are unbelievers. If anything those who know the truth would be more guilty to sin right? Shouldn’t we be punished more due to that? but God is just, and he does not measure sin upon that. He’s love is unending upon us, and to end this point, Jesus died on the cross for for homosexuals too.-jen