Sunday, 10 January 2016
Most of the world's religions have traditionally represented God as male.
And the relationship between God's representatives on earth (His priests etc.), who were also traditionally male, and this God was symbolized by marriage.
To avoid the obvious homosexual connotations of this situation the Christian religion stated that the Church was feminine and was symbolized as a submissive wife. The Indian yogis* also stated that all human sexual energy was feminine (shakti).
Rather than twisting my mind into a pretzel to avoid it I would suggest that the obvious solution to this problem is to admit that God accepts homosexuality.
Indeed all priests and yogis are in same-sex marriages with God.
They assumed the feminine sexual role rather than say that God is homosexual.
This, of course, is a ridiculous situation.
But it shows to what lengths men have gone to avoid homosexual connotations in the past.
The time has come to admit that God accepts gay relationships and indeed gay marriages.
It is much simpler than the traditional solutions.
Furthermore, all those feminists who insist that God is female (the Goddess) are in lesbian relationships with their deity.
This, of course, is just as ridiculous.
So there you have it.
Those who insist on the same-sex identity of God are all in homosexual relationships with their deity.
Examine your own claims and you will see that this is true.
Wouldn't it be simpler to say that God also engages in homosexual relations, even same-sex marriages?
If God is everything and everyone then He/She is also homosexual.
*Yoga means union - i.e. union with God.
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