The Bible says so: Leviticus 20:13 reads, "If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them." Clearly, an abomination tells you God's opinion of the homosexual. Paul also mentions in Romans 1:27, "And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet." This error that they are paid back with in their bodies is clearly a prediction of AIDS. The Bible warned man ahead of time the problems with sodomites.
...When some gay men inflitrated the Catholic Church to become Priests so they can sodomize and abuse innocent children in the name of Divine Authority.
But if God hates gay people, He must surely hate drug smugglers and bankers even more.
However since drug smugglers and bankers ran amok unabaited without persecutation, it must be true that He doesn't hate them.
Only gay people, black, minorities and Mormons.
Of course, we all know that God has never personally said anything about these issues Himself. It's not like He has a cable channel like Oprah.
But of course God hates gay people...Evangelicals in America said so.
Who would you believe? God or the Evangelicals?
God is perfect. We can only understand so much of his truth with our finite minds. God can love us and hate us at the same time. There phrase " God hates the sin not the sinner" is erroneous. Homosexuality is not just sin, it is a lifestyle of sin. People can say that God created them that way, that they had no choice. First God created Adam and Eve, Who committed the original sin. When that sin was committed the world became tainted and things like homosexuality were able to come into existence. Homosexuals can choose to act on their lust and "natural" attractions or not. Granted they may have to go through more tribulation with sexuality but the bottom line is a Gay person can be saved, but a saved person does not live to sin( lifestyle of sin). I would say the same of anyone who had a sex addition and who acted out that addiction. In this case either could be saved by God's grace through faith, and it doesn't mean they would stop their sinful lifestyle right away, the difference , especially in the beginning would be how they felt about their sinful lifestyle. Again Great spiritual tribulation for either case. "God loves you no matter what" well that is true and that is why he ultimately sacrificed his Son, but that doesn't mean he can't hate you and it doesn't mean that Sinners will be welcomed into the kingdom. " Christians sin" This is true and If anyone says otherwise they are liars, but there is a difference in sinning and being a sinner. We will all sin as long as we are bound to our sinful flesh, the difference is again that a sinner lives to sin, if you are a active homosexual you are living to sin, you choose what you feel is natural to you instead of what God calls you to do. Your putting your own idolatry above God. Bottom line God Hates Gay people as much as he hates all sinners perfectly( living for sin, fulfilling their "wants" instead of Gods) But he also loves everyone perfectly and with his grace through our faith we all can be saved. Repentance is not a condition to salvation rather it is a symptom of salvation. When you accept salvation with true faith you will repent from your sin, it will disgust you and you will want to live your life for God. God never promised it would be painless, I think the paths that we see his followers walked in the bible make whatever we could possibly go through look like cake.
If God actually did hate people, then he would have stopped making gay babies and he wouldnt have made all gay people look so cute too.... Like ive never seen a gay person who didnt look like he/she came out of a shampoo commercial whereas Ive seen straight people so ugly that they almost made me turn gay....
If there is a God, I do not think that he hates gay people. God is forgiving and understanding. Sometimes bad things happen to gay people and they are struggling for basic human rights. But sometimes bad things happen to straight people and other people have fought and still continue to fight for individual rights..I think that if there is a God, that he cares for each and every person equally.
He hates backstabbers though, and people who are mean to each other as well as people who use religion as a way to bully people. All in all, God and many Christians are on my ish list. I mean where is God when things go wrong? Sitting on His a@@ blessing Republicans. PFFT!
God's nature is love. I believe that Jesus Christ came to die for my sins as much as He did to die for gays' sins as much as He did to die for atheists' sins as much as He did to die for murderers' sins because He loves them and wants them to be saved no matter what they did.
God is loving and loves everyone, no matter how bad you are and what awful things you might have done. Since Christians disagree with homosexuality, we tend to be more hateful and discriminatory towards them. God says that he loves them and that we should too. We just have a harder time showing love when we disagree with people. We should be witnesses to the world, not hating but making friends and building relationships, no matter if we are in disagreement with that person.
God hates sin, not sinners. He loves sinners. Why would one specific sin make Him hate you? He sent His Son to die for you, no matter what you've done. I don't know where the popular saying "God hates fags" came from, but it wasn't from the Bible. God is love.
He does not "hate" anyone if by hate we mean desire evil for them. First, the Christian God is said to be a God of infinite mercy and love. I hate when Christians say that God hates someone because this is just plain stupid, according to Christians, God sent His son to DIE for the sins of EVERYONE. This should be enough evidence of Love.
Even beyond the Christian concept of God, from a pure philosophical standpoint, God as traditionally conceived of is necessarily perfect. God's will therefore is perfect as well. A perfect will cannot desire evil for anyone. This does not mean that GOd wills every good for every person, but He does not will any evil for any person.
In the OT (Old testament) there are verses that speak out against homosexuality. But there are also verses that speak out against divorce, women even wearing pants, make-up, tassels on clothing, and a lot of other things. These are all the laws in the OT. In the NT (New testament) there are at least three passages that may refer directly to homosexual activity. Nowhere in these two books does it say that God hates gay people. God loves everyone, literally everyone. You can love someone unconditionally, and not necessarily agree with every choice they make. So no, God doesn't hate gay people. He may not agree with the choices they make, but that doesn't mean he hates them.
If ever God hates someone, either for a sexual preference, beliefs or whatever other characteristic or situation, then God wouldn't be God but someone who needs help.
Why God should hate his own creation? Is God even able to hate something? Nature is his creation and nature always shows his will. Since we can find some mammals and other species showing a variety of sexual preferences, we can conclude that there is nothing abnormal on them.
I think that God can hate the crime because each sin is abominable in his eyes but I am sure that God cannot hate his own children, no matter what mistake they make. Everyone makes its own mistakes and commits certasin sins because no one is perfect. Such people are not cursed, they're just a bit different.