The part that struck me most was the speaker's comments on the view that gay people shouldn't act on their feelings as God hates the sin not the sinner. It isn't fair that gay people shouldn't be allowed to fall in love, when they can be just as loving and committed as hetrosexual couples. Saying that means that gay people are forced be alone their whole lives and that falling in love is one of the worst things that could happen to a gay person as they would need to reject those feelings and shouldn't form attachments in that way. Whilst hetrosexual couples can fall in love, get married and start families, gay people should be left out from experiencing the joy of such things. The Scripture holds authority, so therefore, that's how it must be done, no matter how sad and unfulfilling the person's life is. That, to me, is ridiculous.
That was just a summary of one point in the video, so it would be very difficult for me to summarise the entire video, haha. I always struggle to remain concise. It's very insightful, so watch it if you have time. Completely dismantles the traditional view.
Edited by dj030892, 11 May 2012 - 03:34 PM.