But that is not what i think, of course we should punish homosexual acts, because that comes under adultery. What i meant is, there is no punishment for simply being a homosexual. Now the real question is can people of the same sex marry? I don't think so.
Allow me to play "devils advocate" here for a minute. A Marriage is actually two things. It is a spiritual union between a man, woman and God but it is also
a legally binding contract.
For the sake of argument, lets agree that God would not bless or approve of a gay "marriage". The real question is does a Government have a moral
right to deny two adults from entering into any legally binding contractual agreement?
Can the rights of any people be denied based on sexual orientation, appetites or desires? How would it be moral to tell a couple that they cannot contractually agree to rights of inheritance, visitation, division of property, mixing of property, insurance and tax benefits or penalties, etc? That is the real question.
For me, if I had to make the laws, if I was going to make a mistake in judgement/application, I would want to make it on the side of protecting and guaranteeing
rights of people over denying