I love God and I want to please him as much I can. But, I am attracted to girls as well as boys, so I want to kno, does the bible condem dating other girl as long as I do not do sexual stuff with them? I cannot find anything about just dating, only performing sexual acts wit them. :/ I do not want to make God sad with me so I want to know.
- No it is not wrong. God will not be upset at you.Vote A
- Yes, it is wrong. God forbids all same sex pairing.Vote B
- See votes.Vote C
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There was a man who wrote the Bible but lot stuff in there is coming true
Question: "What does the Bible say about bisexuality? Is being a bisexual a sin?"
Answer: The Bible nowhere directly mentions bisexuality. However,
it is clear from the Bible's denunciations of homosexuality that bisexuality
would also be considered sinful. Leviticus 18:22 declares having sexual
relations with the same sex to be an abomination. Romans 1:26-27 condemns
sexual relations between the same sex as abandoning what is natural. First
Corinthians 6:9 states that homosexual offenders will not inherit the kingdom of
God. These truths apply equally to bisexuals and to homosexuals.
The Bible tells us that a person becomes bisexual or homosexual because
of sin (Romans 1:24-27). This does not necessarily mean sins the person has
committed. Rather, it refers to sin itself. Sin warps, twists, and perverts everything
in creation. Bisexuality and homosexuality are caused by sin "damaging" us
spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically. Sin is the plague, and bisexuality
is simply one of the symptoms.
Many Christians mistakenly focus on bisexuality and homosexuality as
particularly evil sins. The Bible nowhere describes homosexuality as being
any less forgivable than any other sin. A bisexual is the same number of steps
away from salvation as the "moral" legalist—one. God offers forgiveness to anyone
and everyone who will trust in Jesus Christ for salvation. This includes those involved
in bisexuality. Once salvation through Christ is received, God will begin the process of
destroying the acts of the flesh (Galatians 5:19-21), including any and all homosexual
tendencies, and developing the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23). The promise
of a "new creation" is available to anyone who will trust in Christ (2 Corinthians 5:17).0
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