[QUOTE=Libhater;1061328063]So all the Bible quotes of Jesus telling the jews they are not of HIS sheep doesn't mean a thing to you?
No it doesn't. Because I can read the Bible.
I love all the rationalizations so you can imagine a blond aryan Jesus singing Wagner who is not Jewish right out of the White Supremicist New Testament.
Jesus was a Jew......and Jesus commanded his followers to 'love your neighbor as you love yourself. Rather than your message of hate, Jesus told his followers to love their neighbors.
By David Sedaca
In order to fully understand the person of Jesus, we must realize that first and foremost Jesus was a Jew. This means that not only was he born into a Jewish family, but also that Jesus' family was part of the Jewish people, a people that had the unique characteristic of knowing its special relationship with God. Religion was an essential part of Jewish life, and religious Jewish life meant the observance of God's appointed times.
When we commonly speak of the "Jewish holidays," we are referring to the biblical holidays, which are summarized in Leviticus chapter 23. There can be little doubt that Jesus, like any other Jewish person of his time, must have kept all the biblical holidays. If He had not observed the Jewish holidays, He would have set himself apart from his community, and we know that this was not the case.
We know for sure that He attended synagogue because is recorded in the gospels. In Mark 6, it says that that when the Sabbath came He went to the synagogue and there He addressed the people. There is also the case of Jesus healing a man while He was at the synagogue.
The problem with marriage is that we heterosexuals are not honoring marriage sufficiently- not with homosexuals wanting to get married.
Every child a homosexual couples has is a desired child.