Homosexuality: Unnaturally Moral?

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Unnaturally Moral? “In the depths of his conscience, man detects a law which he does not impose on himself, but which holds him to obedience. For a man has in his heart a law written by God. To obey it is the very dignity of man; according to it he will be judged.” (Vatican Declaration on Sexual ethics).


Laws we did not have to study to understand. It is the laws woven within us that we are bound to; the laws all common, man-made laws are bound from. These natural laws pave the order of nature. A relevant example of a natural law providing a natural order would be marriage and family. Man and woman meet, they fall in love and children are born, a gift product of their love and united bliss. It is the Vatican’s belief that homosexuality corrupts these very laws of nature, and nature’s order is where God is to be found. Sex for many years from the Vatican’s view was solely for the purpose of reproduction. Two people marry and then procreate throughout their union as often as God wills. I think any of us who have experienced it know sex is a sacred gift. There is not a more spellbinding, pleasurable act two people can explore and share together. And depending on the person you share it with the potential of intimacy is limitless. There is truly no other time one can feel so immersed with another. Sex is at its highest potential a soul-confiding expression of love. And many married couples have chosen not to have kids, or like some I know, are by nature, unable to conceive. Thus it is not God’s plan that every married couple has children. Therefore sex cannot be seen as only a means for child-bearing. ...
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