I have just finished reading a book on the Talmud. Christians (and others) wrongly think religious Jews follow the ‘Old Testament’. In fact, they study the Talmud, a voluminous tome which incorporates the Oral Torah given to Moses and the Rabbinical commentary on it. This comment from a brilliant online library of Jewish texts (Sefaria) neatly summarises the orthodox Jewish understanding on the prohibition of homosexuality in the Oral and Written Torah.
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Categories: Homosexuality, Recommended reading, Talmud
In that case if I knew, me or my girlfriend was infertile/sterile/barren/unproductive that’s mean I can’t get marry.
you have a girlfriend?
I’m married have kids. That was just for a case/an example if I was a Jew.
I guess the majic word is “potential” to procreate.
Good point. Homosexuals can then claim that they are desiring the “potential” that their acts together would evolve, through evolutionary processes that they believe is “scientifically proven,” into pro-creational outcomes… In other words, the belief in evolution as fact can lead to them claiming that there is pro-creative “potential” in their sexual conduct now that they can allegedly “marry” one another, although only in a legal manner.