But a lot was written of Him, we know more about Jesus than just about any other ancient figure. It seems it isn't what you don't know that bothers you, but what you do know about Him.
1) For the vast majority of people, loneliness is miserable. That's why people seek out partners.
2) You had the option of getting married. According to your worldview, I can't, simply because I happened to be born gay. There is no empirical evidence that same-sex relationships are harmful, and so no rational reason to prohibit them. So, how is prohibiting them anything more than blatant bigotry?
More name-calling, huh? I would support civil unions, but it is a complete farce to say two men can get married, and worse, adopt children. Tell me, what parent don't kids need, a mother or father?
Are you Christaphobic?
on an ancient book full of absurdities and contradictions, and I rightly categorized the folly of that position.
Better old truths than new lies, and I again reject your false caricature.
This is absurd for several reasons:
1) The Christian god is said to be the creator of all things. Presumably, that includes gay people. "The fall" is irrelevant to this.
It is completely relevant. God's design didn't include the Fall, it came from a misuse of free will.
2) The Christian god is said to be omnipotent. From this and (1), it logically follows that he both allows and causes people to be born gay.
Again, you ignore free will gone wrong.
3) If the second Genesis creation myth is to be taken literally, the Biblical god orchestrated "the fall," making him responsible for it.
No He isn't, those like you who misuse free will are responsible for it.
In addition, Revelation 13:8 implies that the Christian god intentionally caused "the fall."
Bunk, how does being aware of the future mean 'cause'?
From this, it follows that even if gayness is a product of the fall, the Biblical god is still its author, and the injustice of homophobia remains.
4) There is no empirical evidence that being gay is a "negative pathology." To say it's pathological is to beg the question for your worldview, which is fallacious.
Your opinion is noted.
Cancer and alcoholism are both demonstrably harmful. Homosexuality isn't, so comparing it to cancer and alcoholism is disingenuous at best.
Not really. http://www.catholiceducation.org/articl ... o0075.html