Through much of history, especially prior to the Fourteenth Century, many Christians did not share the view that marriage was a reward for being heterosexual, nor that a same-sex union was objectionable.
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The early Christians were still practicing the ways of the pagans. They were mostly the gentiles. How about the early Christians who were converted from the Jewish faith? They believed that homosexuality was an abomination to the Lord? Paul was the Apostle who convinced the rest to allow some of the practices to be tolerated and phased out in time. A complete change would have been too hard for the converts to handle. I think that shows early religious tolerance of Christians to early Christians.
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Is this your phrase of the day? You have used it often. Now, who is being divisive and inciting people. Just by posting something like this is spreading hate. You aren't very happy are you?
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