ANSWERS: 100
  • Die hard Christians have a problem with that and the very idea that there could be someone running around that Jesus spawned. No real reason for it, I don't think, other than people getting all irritated and ruffled when you challenge their way of thinking.
  • Why would his sexual orientation even be in question? Statistically he would be straight like the greatest majority of all living things on this planet. What indication do you have that he was abnormal?
  • Committed Christians might take it as offensive if you discuss it.
  • Since we have no information whatsoever about his sexual orientation, any discussion is likely to be people projecting their own opinions on to him. Thus gay people will say "well, he might have been gay - ge never married, after all", whereas homophobes will say "it is obvious that he had to be straight because he was a man like all the majority of other men". Much heat will be generated, and no light at all. There is no evidence at all, and nothing to speculate from.
  • The puritan Christian attitude (in practice, if not in actual doctrine) that sex is somehow sinful. Also, why bother to think that he was gay? Also, I agree with ImAlec's answer.
  • I don't really think Jesus was attracted to anyone. If you think about it, Jesus probably loved everyone like they were his children (He was God made man after all) and not in a sexual way. It would be like a father liking his daughter or son.
  • It appears not to be off-limits. You do it frequently, although you have yet to find any evidence because none exists to point anybody in one direction or the other. Probably people take offence because they consider this question and others like it to be in poor taste. I certainly do and I'm not even a Christian. Just to demonstrate your even-handedness are you going to start on the prophet Mohammed next?
  • Only to christians, because they don't have a bible quote for it. NO, you don't, not for Jesus specifically. So, when you DR me, think of that.
  • It's not. He did not need anyone to fullfill His mission on earth. It would have been a burden on Him with the lifestyle He lead. Plus if He was created in the image of God and God detests the gay lifestyle then it would not fit at all.
  • No topic is ever off-limits to an open mind. I know of nothing to indicate Jesus was gay- but there are texts that indicate he may have been straight, not asexual. Yes, the DaVinci code was a fictional book, but some of the apocryphal texts referred to in the book are real- stating how Mary Magdalene was his most beloved, and that he would frequently kiss her on the lips. I have no clue why so many Christians want to cling to the concept of an asexual Jesus, when there is nothing in the Bible to suggest he would not have human drives. He ate food so he must have felt hunger, he slept so he must have felt tired, so why shouldn't he feel desire?
  • Probably because the Jesus character is considered by Christians to be above any sort of in-depth character analysis that so much as casts doubt on their belief of him. Christians also have this odd idea that being gay is somehow offensive, or a character flaw. So, you can talk about how Quan-Yin is androgenous and painted as a transexual. You can talk about other deities' sexual tendencies, but NOT Jesus. He's "special". Because they are in the majority, they can easily enforce this.
  • Because Religions have become used to the idea of being unquestionable as of late, and Christianity is the biggest one.   The problem runs far deeper than just Jesus's sexual orientations, I have been seriously threatened for much, much less in my time... Christianity is one of the religions that is becoming more and more violently opposed to being questioned (nostalgia for their glory days long since past, no doubt...)   Thankfully the most passionate groups seem to be in the US, which has a constitution both guaranteeing freedom of religion and freedom of speech, so at least within the US talking about it isn't off-limits, it'll just get people riled up : )
  • because in all my reading of the Bible there is no reference to "Jesus Christ-Super Stud"
  • The sexual orientation of the Son is above question. To do so is blasphemy.
  • What are you talking about? Your discussing it now.
  • When the bible was canonized into its current form, scholars of the day reviewed all available text, concluding that only those that showed Jesus as “God” should be included. While some text mentioned his orientation (the most popular being claims he and Marry M. were married), they were not considered relevant to the story.
  • Where is it off limits have you not read the newspapers, many books. Seen films, watched tv, listened to comedians been a part of AB etc. It is questioned and declared far and wide. I would not say that is offlimits. What is becoming more unacceptable is to believe the clear reading of the bible as to what it says!
  • It's doubtful he ever existed. If he did-statistically he would have been heterosexual. However, it never mentions him with a woman, so maybe he was gay, as he was always hanging aroung with men. People don't like discussing it because most Christians think sex is dirty.
  • I suppose because he wasn't married and that subject is taboo with christianity.
  • The bible says that He was a clean sacrifice with out spot or blemish meaning free of sin.
  • Because we are fearful of the answer. We are all sexual beings. We do not want to hear that Jesus was against pre-marrage sex....adultery....or gay sex. Because that would mean a change in us that we may not be willing to lay down for our lord. But our Lord laid down His Life for us. I am in a Lesbian relationship & have been for 15 yrs. I love my partner with all my heart. I also love the Lord Jesus Christ with more than all my heart. I know Jesus was against adutlery....fornacation...but not sex within marriage. He personally choose to be celibate. Since I am not sure how God see's marriage in his own view...I and my partner choose to be celibate.....that's safe in our view. I love my partner and want to spend the rest of my life with her...and I want to spend all enturnity with her also. So we BOTH agree to being celibate...and we talk frankly to each other & are sure it is well with us. God is against immorality...not the person..gay or straight. I can not change who I am...I am lesbain. It's not about who I am...it's about what I do. He died for all of us...and our sin is covered with His bloody sacrifice. If we choose to accept his gift...then He accepts us...not our sin. That is over by our own choice...we lay it down. What ever that sin is....and Jesus will help us through whatever we must overcome in order to be with Him. We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us.
  • it is so sad that in this day and age nothing is off limits to most people. not even jesus christ. now most are of the belief that he is God himself. if that were true is it not just even a tad disrespectful to think of him in those terms? what i do know is that even though he is not God himself, he is the son of the most high. as that is the case he deserves our utmost respect. he and his father made a tremendous sacrifice by coming down to earth and giving up his life on behalf of mankind. now, being that the bible is clear on the issue of homosexuality when it says that it is a sin. logic and commonsense dictates that jesus christ was a normal male. 1peter 2:22 says "he committed no sin, nor was deception found in his mouth". therefore the bible also states that he has inherited the throne to his father's kingdom. he is now in a loftier position than the one he enjoyed before descending to earth to become a human. he is now a mighty king about to set matters straight here on earth very soon. he is only second in power to his father. the questions we ask at times are due to our lack of information on spiritual matters. however, the apostle paul said that the times of ignorance were over.
  • Maybe because no one could honestly know what it was, and it wouldn't matter in any event.
  • If Jesus (the man-god) did truely exist, then his impact and message would have been greater then the color of his skin, the way he walked or his carnal desires. With the tons of questions I have in regards to God, the sexual interests of Jesus never crossed my mind. Anything else you'd like to share?
  • It clearly is not off limits because many people are talking about it all of the time it seems.
  • It's not off-limits to me. What would you like to talk about? Keeping in mind that there's no Biblical reference to his sexual orientation, but what the heck. Bring it!
  • it is? Oh well then i should stop.
  • cause even christians don't like talking about fags, lesbians . . well thats another storytale all together
  • Why would that even be a question? What he taught is the message, not what he was.
  • I wasn't aware that it was, or even that he had one.
  • Jesus is portrayed as being asexual. That seems to be the way Christians like it.
  • useless waste of time and energy. He was God-Man, had a mission to fulfil, soon sensed that he was doomed to death, so not much time for a relationhip that in His culture would demand the obligations of family life. On the deeper level, HE LOVED which transcends genital/sexual which is why so many celibates are following His example, despite the failures as there are failures in married life too. The whole fuss over Mary Magdalene in "Jesus Christ Superstar" decades ago and "The (idiotic) Da Vinci Code" and another film by the director Martin Scorsese some years back which the Fundies went wild because it suggested sexual liasion with the Magdalene without their having seen the film, - shows a total ignorance of the meaning of Love and is pruriently sexual/genital, we cannot see beyond the external, physical, tingling nerve endings to the SOUL ! Our culture needs a good does of healthy sexuality: as in kids wearing proper clothes from age 9-18, young adults not cunfusing physical attraction with "Love" and adults showing maturity also.
  • Because we all know that Jesus reproduces in a very complex form of mitosis.
  • I can only speak for my own Christian experience. We (myself and other Christians) have discussed Jesus' sexuality at length many times. Most of us believe he felt desire and temptation as most humans do. What set Jesus apart was his ability to control his desires rather than his desires controlling him. It is no great feat to live a life without sin if one never feels the temptation to sin. It is not important whether his attraction was to male or female, what is important is he did not commit sin, but offered the gift of forgiveness to anyone who does commit sin.
  • Maybe we're all afraid those crazy Christians would start burning cars and beheading people if you said something derogatory about JC. LOL! Sorry to be vulgar, but it's just the way I am. I wish Jesus had a coupla hundred kids. It would be a shame that a man who was so clued in on life and people wouldn't have children to carry on.
  • It's not off limits.
  • because kristians are afraid to know the truth, but honestly why care? he doesnt exist
  • Don't ask. Don't tell. What would you call a guy hanging around in bathhouses with a dozen guys?
  • If sexual orientation was a consideration, He would not be Christ Jesus. To even think that His sexual orientation was something to consider, is to cast one's own sexual desires onto God. That is extremely short sided and limited to one's limited human thought process. Jesus didn't come to procreate on this earth, and to think that was even a part of His purpose on this earth shows how flesh oriented a human being might be, as well as how limited that person's ability to understand the spirituality of God. Do you really think God thinks like you or any other human being? That is a projection of a really vain human being. Anyone who thinks about the sexual orientation of Jesus, probably suffers from a Freudian complex and suffers from deprived understanding of God.
  • Because its disrespectful and private.
  • Like just about everything found in Christian mythology, there is no evidence that he ever existed at all. Yet, the religion demands that adherents believe in his literal existence; water walking, zombie making, son of god being and all. So to talk about his sexuality reminds them that IF he did exist he was a human being (much like talking about him having any other bodily functions we humans have). And THAT cause an uncomfortable itch in the brain, if but a fleeting one - what if this whole load of stuff I fervently believe in is just twaddle? They find it simpler to stay away from any topic that even remotely comes close to asking them to question beliefs even they know deep down cannot in any way be true. That's why. :-)
  • Why's everybody mess with this guy? What did he do to people that has them so pissed off?
  • I don't think it's off limits... however, what difference would it make? It states nothing in the Bible about it so why worry about something so unimportant when there is so many other things that will send you to hell?
  • Jesus was God in human form, and I am sure He was tempted by all the sexual variants available in a Romanised city. The writer to the Hebrews says that He was tempted in every way we are, yet he did not sin. It's not off limits to talk about it. It just was not an important part of Jesus' ministry. He did not ever envision marrying and raising a family as did his contemporaries. He knew he was here for a short time and for a specific purpose: to die and rise again. The prophet Isaiah writes 400 years before his coming that the Messiah would leave no physical descendants. "By oppression and judgment he was taken away. And who can speak of his descendants? For he was cut off from the land of the living; for the transgression of my people he was stricken." Isaiah 53:8
  • I always said Who cares if he laid with Mary Mag. why? If "jesus" (i call him Yahshuah)Is God (Yahweh), and God, in essence laid with other women, That why could'nt he in the 3rd dimension? Last time i checked, Sex was'nt a sin. And Mary Mag. wasnt even a Whore. People gotta try to not be so carnal and think with the spirit.
  • it is not off limits. I just remember HE was PERFECT. i remember HIS purposes here, to show EXAMPLE, TEACH,fulfill prophecy of Death and Ressurrection for us in order that we may have HOPE.. Perfection does not leave room for having sex with men, donkey's, etc. Since HIS purpose did not leave much room or time for wife and children or sex, I take it if these things had happened or been necessary they would have certainly been written about. I do have to say, there are lots of non Christian people in this Christainity section...the Bible hates women!absurd..banging Mary Magdelene....Jesus was a necropheliac!!!! these accusations are not from people who understand or read a Bible.... Old and New Testaments did not leave out wrongs that even the righteous did, Abraham, Moses, David,etc. nor their punishments...Why would it leave out Jesus having sex with a donkey, or sex out of wedlock,etc. BECAUSE these are MEN"S THEORIES or Satan's ...and they did not happen.... & yes, I watched DaVinci Code and read the book... Barbara
  • A person who has reached a high spiritual level of a saint does not have sexual thoughts. Once one's mind is purified to that extent and once one is experiencing Bliss, the thought of sex arises only if one is to have a child by God's will or destiny. And since one can only have a child with a person of opposite sex the thought arises only for the person of the opposite sex. So it is ridiculous to ask what was Jesus's sexual preference. If you want to know what defines a saint you can read this article "Sainthood" http://www.spiritualresearchfoundation.org/spiritualresearch/spiritualscience/sainthood/
  • It's Da Winkie Code.
  • "...tabloid history..."? Forgive my ignorance, but what do you mean? My response didn't mention any history.
  • Because St. Augustine (an ex-Manichee) brought anti-sexual, anti-flesh feelings into Christianity when he helped invent it.
  • I guess its not off limits. However, its crude and should not be asked because it would just provide others more amuniton agaisnts things. There is absolutely nothing to indicate that Jesus was anything but sinless
  • Because most Christians are "up tight".
  • I dunno. In light of the tenets of his philosophy/morality, what possible difference could it haved made anyway?! I suppose, to answer your question tho', the "riductio ad absurdum" is homosexual panic, maybe?
  • When you examine the relationships between the planets and the the true zodiac,over a period o time you begin to realise that there are strict laws of good and bad behaviour,good and bad karma.Impure and pure signs and charts.Jesus was born at time of purification during many planets in Pisces[Sideral tome,not west.astro. When people are born shows their inate traits for purity and decadence among other things.Most people are somewhere in the middle ,but there are saints and devils on the extremes.Jesus was beyond even saints and he was pure and ull of light We were made for love ,which many mistake for sex.Sex as genital not as an overall connecting force in relationship is shown in the same area in the chart as death and murder e.t.c.,in other wards it is destructive to the soul to the spirit, which is what we originally are.Sexual relations cannot last .I know you don't believe me but you will in the not too distant future. Jesus as a man would have had a capacity to be attracted to woman but his purpose was a very high one to show us the way to pure love agape,of the heart ,and of God. This is a love of all and is not possesive ,is not bestial,brings an inner peace. As for orientation,there is only one that shows up positively in a sideral chart and that is heterosexual,which is creative in energy[not narcissistic and in the right relationship gives energy to the whole of creation. During the last 15 yrs esp. more than usual sex has become even more degraded than usual for both orientations and more false ideas have been perpetuated ,than for a 150yrs,because the planet which dissolves impurity was in its worst sign and bad people have taken advantage and said the opposite of the truth.The time is passing and the truth will out and those who have besmirched the sacred[Jesus] will be found out .Why do they besmirch the sacred?because they know that they are in hell already,down in the pit and they want as many victims as poss. to join them becuse it is lonely down there .It would be better if they said ,we are wrong we need to stop to say sorry ,and some will,but those who encourage the naive into the pit,well God help them ,because only he can. In other words those who would even consider that God would break his own laws as clearly seen are evil. You know that if you say a lie often enough ,it seems to be the truth for a while ,but history shows that those who take the lower path always damn themselves in te end .
  • Well, I don't see it as off-limits as much as inconsequential. Jesus was never married, therefore he never had sex. This is a belief that continues in true Christianity today. Sex outside of marriage is a sin.
  • Because we have nothing to base such speculations on. This sexualizing of every aspect of belief is an illness peculiar to this generation. It's little more than a vain attempt to topple a Figure that many have wished would just go away.
  • I have no idea other then it might upset the Christian sensability that Jesus was a man who some how was not human in his desires or body. It stikes me as odd they can except him as human in every facette, but this. After all how else would he full understand what being a man is if he has no sexual desires towards others? However, there is no doubt in my mind that he was heterosexual and very much in love with and married to Mary Magdala who gave birth to his child after his death. It's even in the Bible and plain to see if you understand the cultural practices of that time.
  • No topic is off limits. However, how is Yeshua's sexual orientation relative to His redemptive efforts for humankind? One of the reasons I believe discussing Yeshua's (Jesus') sexuality seems off-limits is one - we as humans have a depraved way of thinking about sexuality, and it has become extremely dirty and far from where G-d originally intended it to be. G-d intended sexuality to be something glorious between a husband (man) and a wife (woman). Two, I believe Yeshua as a normal divine man who chose celibacy as way of life, because of His purpose in coming to earth in the first place. Yeshua was sent by the Father to die for the world, so that through Him we might be reconciled back to G-d. John 3:16. We don't know how things would have been if Yeshua had a wife and/or children, while in the process of doing His ministerial work for G-d and humankind. Last point - we as humans put way too much emphasis on sexuality. We need to look at the big picture and focus on G-d's loving plan for His creation and that is salvation. Blessings! Dee
  • These topics are part of the agenda of the new era to promote confusion in Christianity. My 2 cents.
  • To the panel ,I just gave 3 + and then a minus and you berate me.Anyawy the truth is better than the blight of brainwashing[political correctness .And how would you know that I am not at a very high level indeed ? Annie Carney
  • Is it. I've never heard anyone talk about it before. Jesus was fully man as well as fully God. Being Fully man means that he was a sexual creature just like the rest of us. However being fully God he loved everyone equally and therefore i don't know whether sexual love would have overridden his allpowerful, ucnonditional love that is freely given to us all
  • The same way to speak about Satan's sexual orientation. My 2 cents.
  • It isnt off limits. I happen to believe that He came into the world for one reason only. That is to learn and to teach and to die on a cross for us. He knew His mission. He knew His Father. I believe in The Holy Trinity. God the Father God The Son God The Holy Spirit.
  • Jesus did not come to do away with the Law, He came to magnify it. He was the fulfillment of the Law. In the Law homosexuality, two men or two women laying together was a sin. Christ most certainly did not break a law, as He was its fulfillment. All else is unscriptural and a matter of conjecture. Mostly on the part of those who only marginally believe in Him anyway.
  • Makes him sound human....like the possibility that he had siblings, a wife, children....
  • I might be wrong, but I think that when God became man, hopefully he experienced all of what it means to be a man....lust, desire. beauty, tenderness, romance, that warm fuzzy feeling....it doesn't really matter to me, I dont think it affects the gospel.
  • because He is HOLY
  • i think it's because he is somebody that people respect talking about one's sexual orientation when they are a person that you truly respect...well...that kinda does sound taboo.
  • Jesus came to fulfill the Old Testament law. It (the law) forbade homosexual relations, therefore Jesus could not have had anything but a heterosexual or asexual nature. It's quite simple really.
  • Because, according to the legend, Jesus was either gay or totally asexual
  • It is not off-limits, but it is speculative and there is no biblical or credible historical reference to it.
  • It's not off-limits. It's just frivolous and pretty stupid. It's like "talking about" Shaka Zulu's race, Dolly Madison's gender, or Martin Luther's religion. (*Please note, before I get a whole bunch of dum comments from people blind to the obvious, by "talking about" I mean "arguing/supposing that it was something other than what it manifestly was, ignoring the evidence that does exist and postulating the posibility of a whole bunch of hypothetical "evidence" that does not.")
  • Personally I feel, Jesus is capable of true love. Not like us..we flaw because of self conciousness. He came for only 33yrs or so to show us a way. How we see it is another story altogether. Love is sacrificial, kind, compassionate, humble, selfless and Joy. If Jesus had plans to die and come only for a spiritual purpose what is more important for him to establish in only 3yrs? Given such a short time, would he use it to woo a woman or woo the whole world? God's plan is more than pro-creation, it is a hope to mankind's soul. A rebirth in spirit, mind and body.
  • I don't know that it's particularly "off-limits" but it is simple conjecture and seems rather pointless to me. I don't discuss the sexuality of others as a rule. It's just none of my business.
  • I didn't make that up on-the-spot, I know it to be true through study and lecture. You seem to be threatened by my answer and want to deflect attention from my answer. If you don't have a rebuttal for my answer than why would you comment on it?
  • What sexual orientation. The Lord lifed a solemn life. He was not here for sex. He was here for souls!
  • It's not so much the matter of it being off limits as it is a person should have their facts straight before attempting to do so and there are no facts in that area beyond what Scripture tells us. In light of that, speaking about the sexual orientation of Jesus would simply be assumptions, opinions, hear say, and lies. Or as is the case for many, they speak of His sexual orientation as a matter of ridicule and blasphemy.
  • Jesus as a human being was clearly straight. While made of flesh, He is still the son of God. God considers homosexuality an abomination. Jesus as a spirit (his normal self) is just spirit. There isn't a need for physical sex. Since God commanded human beings to have sex, get married and multiply according the parameters of His commandments, it's highly likely that Mary tried to get a wife for Jesus. However, Jesus was and still is engaged. He is engaged to His Church, a Church He will forever establish as a long-lasting church, His bride. It's the woman who gives birth to a child and hides in the woods from the dragon as spoken of in the book of Revelation. Since He was already engaged to His Church, it would not have been appropriate to have married someone else physically, Mary Magdalene or otherwise, because God commands only one man for one woman. Had Jesus done that, as fictionalized in the Da Vinci code, He would have disobeyed God's law. Disobedience to God's law is sin. The wages of Sin is Death, meaning Jesus would have lost the ability to pay the debt of our sins and give us a second chance at eternal life.
  • These are so exasperating! We know NOTHING AT ALL about Jesus' sex life. In fact, we only know about Jesus thru writings that a committee decided was accurate, and the Gospels were written 70 yrs or so after Jesus lived ( and after the writings of Paul, did you know that?) So they're hardly factual.
  • Because St. Augustine was a Manichee before he became a Christian. Manicheeism includes the belief that everything in heaven is good, everything on earth is bad. This is the origin of the "flesh is bad" theme in Christianity.
  • I guess it's slightly rude to make assumptions about the sexual preferences or sexual activities of someone you barely know, whether it's someone you see walking down the street or some possibly-historical figure about whose sexual exploits there is nothing written.
  • Maybe because his sexual orientation was so obvious.
  • why- is he gay? ha
  • LoL...didnt know they were, but if he was God...as a man, he would have been straight...Obviously...but all in the same he would follow his own rules, not having sex until marriage...or staying abstinate. So...its not off limits, just simple.
  • It is very clear what Jesus orientation was and is. In the Bible it said that Jesus created all things. Jesus creation clearly show Jesus orientation. Jesus creation is extremely hetrosexual, anyone can see that. But Jesus never went around condemning gay either. He did say some condemning things against the Holier then thou religious leaders of his day, telling them they were son of the satan. Mt 23 Jesus loved being around people who loved him both male and female. Jesus was accused of hanging around prostitutes and they Loved Jesus and Jesus show love and kindness to them. In the Bible day men had all the women they wanted. In all the Bible there are many stories about hetrosexual relation and little about Gays. King David had great love for Jonahan but neither was gay, David had over 25 wives and concubines and greatly loved have sex with women his whole life. check out inkaboutit homestead com and libchrist com pro-nudist and pro-sex
  • Maybe because no one knows if he ever existed, let alone if he was gay, bi, straight or asexual. And many christians are homophobic. Go figure.
  • Sex is life-affirming and Christianity is a death cult.
  • One, Jesus is holy. He is THE Son of God. The Messiah. Two, The Bible states that homosexuality is a sin. Three, Jesus was without sin. To accuse Him of being a sinner is off-limits. Okay, love the sinner and hate the sin and all that. I don't care of you're gay. Really. Everyone sins in one way or another, there is not one person who is sinless. And just because something is socially acceptable or politically correct does not make it morally right. But sin separates us from God. The sacrifice for sin to bridge that separation from God was Jesus' crucifixion, resurrection, and ascention. What made Him the perfect atonement for sin was the fact that He was WITHOUT sin. Anyone who turns to Him with sorrow for their sins, whatever they may be, and repents of them, asking Jesus to be their Lord and Savior, will be forgiven their sins. They will be able to stand before a holy God cleansed of sin and therefore made acceptable in His sight. Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life. Noone can come to the Father except through Him. To accuse Him of any sin is mocking what He did for you at Calvary.
  • It isn't. He could have been a wanker. We just have no proof, like 'the Hadith'.
  • Why should it be 'on-limits'? Jesus was God and He was a man. The Bible says he was 'tempted in every way.' But it also says that he never sinned. He never married and so never had sex. Anyhow, why do people have to pry into other peoples sexuality? What is this fascination all about?
  • Why off limits? Because we do not know. He lived under the Age of the Law and had to follow all the God's laws. Today, Christians, live under the Age of love. We are missing a lot of Details about Jesus personal life. Jesus was God-man. We are not. We should not expect to live Jesus standard because we are not God-man like Jesus was. Jesus was sinless in God the father eyes, we are not. We should not even try to figure out his sexual thinking when he was on earth because we do not think like Jesus and we are not a God-man like he was. We are 100% human, Jesus was not.
  • because the bible bashes cant take a joke.
  • umm...Because it's a stupid question.
  • Jesus was straight, no doubt, any other sexual orientation would have made Jesus a sinner. However, just thinking that Jesus could be gay and is a blasphemy and should be avoided. However, remember Jesus was God and Man was made in God's image. It is not a sin to be straight and most people are straight. God likely doesn't have an orientation but Jesus was likely a straight God.
  • Jesus Christ (God in human form/ God the Son) is holy. Discussion about His sexual orientation, if not handled respectfully, can become blasphemous and offensive. The fact that Jesus discussed marriage as being between male and female (Matt 19:4-6 are the key verses), should preclude any further speculation about His orientation. To suggest that He taught one thing and lived something else would make of Him a liar and that would be blasphemy. For your convenience: http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=matt%2019:4-6&version=KJV
  • Is it off limits to talk about your sexual orientation or perhaps your sex life?
  • Because it's already stated who He is ...the Son of God.
  • Today on AB someone asked a question, If Jesus was god, then how come he got strength from a angel on the cross? A christian responds, Because he was only human. You christians need to get a grip on life. The guy was a human just like me and you, no divine powers, but he did preach a great word, but people really need to shed the bible of the fairy tails. He had a woman lover, get over it. If you only took a little time to get outside your bubble you would know.
  • If you beleive the Bible, you will also beleive that Christ lived a perfect life, obeying every law that God had commanded. Genrally sexuality when discussed leads to thoughts or comments not in harmony with those laws, also the beleifs are that Christ should be honoured rather than being used as a point of controversy.

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