It's only offensive if you actually take homosexuality as a something worth getting offended over. Regardless of whether or not it's offensive to Christians, any person who WOULD be offended by such a statement is the sort of person who is likely to offend with their views to begin with. Forgive my rather harsh yet accurate comparison, but saying that anything pertaining to homosexuality offends anti-homosexuals is like saying anything pertaining to interracial relationships offends racists.
Saying God is having sex at all is offending to a Christian. This has very little to do with homo-sexuality, actually.
Frozen, I completely understand your point, and I am not at all trying to support either party, and I agree that the OP is in the wrong here.
No, it's extremely offensive to some Christians who still live in the stone age and still think "gay sex" is bad.
It also offends Christians that think God having sex is bad. Which is all of the ones I've met.
Prove that the Islamic God isn't the one referred to.
It would be equally offensive in either case, so I really don't see why I should.
Saying gays will burn in hell targets homosexuals directly. Saying a God has sex as a joke doesn't target anyone, therefore isn't offensive. Comparing apples to pears don't work out. The day Christians prove that God exists and that they all are God, is the day I'll take it seriously and not say such a thing.
Whether or not something targets you directly has nothing to do with whether or not it is offensive. If I say your house, your mother, or your dog are all worthless trash, I've probably offended you at that point. Some people devote their entire lives to God, so I can easily see how they'd be offended by statements about him.
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