Algorithm wrote:I mean, people can go with whatever the Catholic Church says, but it changes, a lot. It was thought to be common knowledge that the Earth was the center of the universe as most of you should know. Those scientists that were smart enough to disprove this couldn't do so unless they wanted to be burned at the stake. It was Nicolaus Copernicus who actually wrote his papers that proved this and many years later, the Catholic Church actually accepted his heliocentric model.
Who is to say the same thing won't happen with homosexuality? I know it isn't the same as cosmology and proving something to be true or false. We know there is no harm from being gay.
I am not Catholiuc and disagree with a lot of what they say, we consider ourselve non-denominiationial, the only thing we emphasize that is reqired to go to Heaven and be known as a Christian is faith that Christ died and rose again and the acceptance of salvation and forgiveness. Though we do think some things should come after that.