Homosexuality happens with many species of wild animals as well, do they have emotional disorders? I think that you are convinced that it is not natural and I would expect that the bible has something to do with your reasoning as well. I suggest you look for truth everywhere and not just the bible, the bible does have literal and metaphorical truth in it but theres also a lot of corrupted words. Theres slivers of truth in almost every religion, take what you can from each.
Some Native American tribes consider homosexuals to be blessed with a male and female soul and they look forward to having a gay baby.
It can't be proven either way kaendar. Any answers to your question as of now would be based purely on opinion.
BUENOS AIRES, May 1, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The eminent Spanish psychiatrist Enrique Rojas gave a speech yesterday in Buenos Aires declaring that homosexuality is "a clinical process that has an etiology, pathogeny, treatment, and cure".
Speaking at the Buenos Aires International Book Fair about his book"Goodbye, Depression", Rojas characterized homosexual orientation as a "disorder" rather than an illness, and stated his opinion that 95% of cases are caused by environmental factors, according to the Spanish news service Terra.
The disorder, according to Rojas, is the result of an absent father, overweening mother, or sexual abuse in childhood.
Rojas blasted the homosexual movement for promoting the development of homosexual tendencies in young people, and particularly condemned the practice of allowing homosexual couples to adopt children.
The child is deprived of a right to grow up "in a normal environment, heterosexual, which is the standard" he said. "Heterosexuality is what is normal, the natural condition of human bengs."
According to studies from the United States, Canada, and New Zealand, there is a 70-80 percent chance that a child adopted by homosexuals will develop the same tendencies, Rojas said.
Dr. Neil E Whitehead is a Christian writer best known for authoring the book, My Genes Made Me Do Itin which he argues again the role of genes in determining sexual orientation.
Rojas is a dick.
I believe that the atheistic worldview has no moral foundation upon which to make distinctions between right and wrong. The only way atheists can make a moral judgment is if they borrow from the Christian worldview, which adheres to moral absolutes. Still, for the purpose of this post, let's assume that it's possible for atheists to remain consistent in their worldview.strong supporters
Atheists rely on a naturalistic, pragmatic morality that considers "right" to be that which is beneficial for humanity as a whole. Likewise, that which is detrimental to humanity is deemed "wrong". For example, an atheist may judge murder to be wrong on the basis that if everyone ran around killing each other, the human race would become extinct. The atheist can comfortably conclude, then, that it is good not to murder his fellow human being.
So what about the issue of homosexuality? Why do so many atheists seem to be suchof gay rights? I would think that the atheist, even from a naturalistic perspective, has no choice but to conclude that homosexuality is morally wrong. The reason is simple: If everyone were gay, procreation would cease, thereby dooming the human race to extinction.
Rojas is the author of several self-help books, essays, newspaper articles and other texts. Their essays address specific issues related to psychiatry, which are analyzed from a Catholic point of view, linked to his moral and transcendence of human beings.
Every author of your links has something to do with christianity man. You say that you belong to no religion but no ones buying it.