Pope shenouda wrote a book about it.
I'm curious to know what the Orthodox position is on Homosexuality?
No doubt it sees homosexuality as a sin. But does it offer a cure to those who see themselves as "gay" from birth?There are cases of induced homosexuality, where the person was heterosexual and then became homosexual, or engaged in homosexuality simply due to a sinful environment. No doubt this type of perversion can be cured.But what is the cure for those who see themselves as gay - from birth? If the Church starts to say "they can be cured" - then is it putting them in a dangerous psychological position where the person is now faced with re-building their entire psycho-neurlogical behavior? Is this something that should be done? I have met someone who sees himself as "gay". He does not consider being gay as a disorder that needs to be treated, but wants to be Orthodox. He understands that he can NEVER have any homosexual relations, but doesn't see that the fact that he finds men attractive as a disorder. What should be said to such people? What is the response of the Church concerning such conditions?
Being disordered in many ways is not sin, we are all broken people in different ways.But giving in to temptation is sin, and accepting disorder as being natural is sin.
Being disordered in many ways is not sin, we are all broken people in different ways.
Quote from: Father Peter on July 02, 2012, 04:28:58 PMForgive me if I understood you, if so please explain Pray for me**Misunderstood
Forgive me if I understood you, if so please explain Pray for me