There is nothing illogical about anything I've said.The arguments you do present about normal and natural are simply not valid logic.
Absolutely, what I would need is absolute proof to change my view of morality.They are attempts to use things other than the bible to justify your beliefs. You don't need anything more in order to justify your beliefs about morality, though.
I'm not trying to do that though. That is not my goal.Where you would need more than just the bible is when you take your own moral beliefs and attempt to influence legislation with it. This is why so many arguments against gay marriage are fallacious. Those who oppose gay marriage, in many cases, do so based entirely on their moral views which stem from the bible or religion.
That doesn't make them illogical, at best it makes them dishonest to the individual.Yet they know a biblical basis will not be accepted for legal purposes, so they try to come up with other arguments, even though these arguments are not the one's which convinced them that homosexuality is immoral and "wrong". This is why those arguments are often illogical.
That's not how I feel. My views are based on how I was raised, my religion, and my research. Also, I do care if it's normal or natural. That would affect my belief.But if your views are based on the bible and religion, just stick with that. Say "I believe homosexuality is immoral because of my religion. I don't really care if it is normal or natural. As long as it is considered immoral by my religion, I will always believe it is immoral."
My argument doesn't need your approval, just like any you'd make doesn't need mine.That's an honest argument because, ultimately, that's what's going on. Your views are fixed on this. I would guess that it would take nothing short of the Pope himself saying that homosexuality is morally acceptable for those views to change.