Ibn ‘Aabideen al-Hanafi (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: The view that is closest to the spirit of our madhhab is that it is not permissible, because imagining that woman as if he is having intercourse with her is imagining oneself committing a sin with a woman who is not permissible for him. Imam Muhammad al-‘Abdari, who is known Ibn al-Haaj al-Maaliki (may Allaah have mercy on him), said: A man should refrain from thinking such thoughts and tell others to avoid this behaviour too, i.e., this obnoxious characteristic that has unfortunately become very common, which is when a man sees a woman whom he likes, he goes to his wife and has intercourse with her, and starts to imagine that woman whom he has seen.
This is a kind of zina (adultery) because of what our scholars (may Allaah have mercy on them) have said about the one who takes a tankard and drinks water from it, but he imagines that it is alcohol that he is drinking – so that water becomes haraam for him.
If you are christian and belive in god, i promise that he will love you and care for you no matter what your gender or sexuality is.
God is meant to be a peacful man, not someone who creates beings and makes them suffer for being who they were made to be. but then Jesus Christ came along and died for us and forgave us our sins, so I'd like to think that no, in point of fact, it is not a sin, though fanatics may tell you otherwise. Absolutely not, no one should accuse people who are part of the LGBTQ community for being sinners, being gay or anything else is totally fine and natural, it's a person's choice and everyone must respect it!
There are churches/mosques/temples that are accepting of LGBTQ people, they just might be harder to find, especially in smaller cities.
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This is a complicated question and depends entirely on whether or not you belong to a Church that follows the New Testament or one that prefers the Old Testament. Technically, the Old Testament I believe does allude that homosexuality is a sin, but the New Testament says almost nothing at all about it. Depending on your faith, being gay or lesbian or bisexual could be considered a sin. Be yourself and don't let anyone else tell you different. Being gay, lesbian or bisexual is a sin in the terms of the Bible, but that doesn't mean that God loves you any less you are still one of his children/creations and he is one person that will never disown you no matter what. Sometimes we just have to go with what's in our hearts and trust me nobody, not even the holiest of the holiest live their daily lives by the Bible so don't stress yourself out over it. The slightly longer answer is that each person is influenced about how they personally feel about it by outside sources like friends, family, and religion and each person develops their own opinion of if it is a sin or not.
Lots of religious people like to cherry pick verses from the Bible to fit their warped view of the world, but if we took the entire Old Testament into account, pretty much everything we do is a sin. However, it is a thing that you can not change about yourself, and you can be these things and also be faithful to your religion. Therefore you have the right to love whoever you want :)No. Nobody is perfect and anyone that thinks they are needs to get a serious reality check. Current research has actually dis-proven most of the arguments against it, but this is really something you have to form your own opinion about.