Religion and Immorality

The relationship between the same sex and religion has diversified enormously over time and place.
Let’s talk about it.

Now how does religion view it?

Religion denominations generally reject immorality, discourage activity, explicitly forbid same-sex sexual practices and vigorously oppose social acceptance of immorality.
Many people of faith look to both sacred books and traditions for guidance on this issue.
Although the support for homosexuality has increased, however, the view that homosexuality and one’s personal religious belief are in conflict remains a powerful factor in opposition to a same-sex civil partnership.

Views of Whether It’s Conflicts with Religious Beliefs

A majority of the public (54%) says there is no conflict between their religious beliefs and immorality. About four in ten (43%) say there is a lot (33%) or a little (10%) conflict.

In many religions, scripture and doctrine are interpreted to strictly prohibit any form of immorality

The tension between an individual’s religious and immorality thoughts, feelings,
or actions can result in stress, depression, continual fear of damnation, low self-esteem, and feelings of worthlessness.
Religious opposition to homosexuality stems from many sources. Religious texts, such as the Bible, directly forbid immorality activity, creating the basis for tension between traditional religion and immorality.
Furthermore, the imagined punishment for the defiance of God’s will on this matter is severe, such as eternal damnation.

Various Religions Stances on Immorality

  1. Islam: Islamic law forbids Immorality, and the practice is a crime in many Islamic countries, including Iran and Saudi Arabia.
  2. Christianity: The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops opposes same-sex marriage on the ground that “marriage is a faithful, exclusive and lifelong union between one man and one woman.”
  3. Hinduism: There is no official Hindu position on same-sex marriage. Some Hindus condemn the practice of immorality, but others cite ancient Hindu texts, such as the Kama Sutra, that seem to condone such behavior.
  4. Judaism: The Reform and Reconstructionist Jewish movements have supported gay and lesbian rights, including same-sex marriage, since the mid-1990s. In June 2012, the Conservative Jewish movement approved a ceremony to allow same-sex couples to marry. All three movements also allow individual rabbis to choose not to officiate at the weddings of gay and lesbian couples. Orthodox Judaism does not accept same-sex marriage, and its highest governing body, the Orthodox Union, has lobbied against gay marriage nationally and in various states.
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