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You have to think about the Book of Sinai. It's texts and the text in the bible today have over 18,000 changes. So honestly who knows if 1600 years ago if Homosexual marriage was even mentioned or if it changed over the years to include it. If God knew who you were before you were born, that means that God knew that homosexuals would be homosexual and straights would be straight. It was Man's misunderstanding that made the Bible the way it is today, Man grew up knowing that man was to be with woman and woman was to be with man. They didn't like that man was being with man and woman was being with woman, so they added in the Bible claiming it was God's word that being homosexual was a sin so that they would prefer the latter.
In the 10 Commandments, preferably the sixth commandment used to say "Thou shalt not 'harm' nor 'hate' thy brother." It's now been changed over time to "Thou shalt not murder," meaning someone didn't like the fact that you had to love their neighbor since thy brother means neighbor. God wanted everyone to be equal, even if they were born homosexual and it takes a few people who don't like that to convince a scribe to change the text so that homosexuals are bad and that their marriage is against God's will.
In the 10 Commandments, preferably the sixth commandment used to say "Thou shalt not 'harm' nor 'hate' thy brother." It's now been changed over time to "Thou shalt not murder," meaning someone didn't like the fact that you had to love their neighbor since thy brother means neighbor. God wanted everyone to be equal, even if they were born homosexual and it takes a few people who don't like that to convince a scribe to change the text so that homosexuals are bad and that their marriage is against God's will.
In the 10 Commandments, preferably the sixth commandment used to say "Thou shalt not 'harm' nor 'hate' thy brother." It's now been changed over time to "Thou shalt not murder," meaning someone didn't like the fact that you had to love their neighbor since thy brother means neighbor. God wanted everyone to be equal, even if they were born homosexual and it takes a few people who don't like that to convince a scribe to change the text so that homosexuals are bad and that their marriage is against God's will.
The Bible has been altered many times before this one. Do you honestly think that the Bible wouldn't be twisted and altered to support someone else's views in all the centuries it's been around.
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