Just wondering: if Jesus would show up today, how would people react to Him? I guess it depends on the location. Over the centuries our idea of His appearance has changed. Most likely his skin was of an olive/bronze complexion, as was fairly common in the Middle East some 2000 years ago. No, there are no biblical references to His looks. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Race_and_appearance_of_Jesus
Why most of His followers think He was white?
Because most of His followers are.
Yes, Jesus was 'a foreigner'.
That's why it's so strange so many people call themselves
'followers of Christ.'
So, what are your argumented ideas on the subject?
Homosexuality is not the norm but it it is normal. Some people are attracted to women, while other are attracted to men. Nothing wrong with that, is there? So why are there still people who condemn men for loving men and women for loving women? 'It's not natural!' they claim. Nonsense. There have been homosexual people since probably the dawn of mankind (I wasn't there so can't be sure) and even in the animal kingdom it is not uncommon for two animals of the same sex to conduct in sexual acts. Nothing abnormal with that. Sex is simply a natural urge. Just like eating, sleeping and peeing. Everybody does it! Or wants to...
'Yes, but the Bible states homosxuality is bad!' True. But the Bible states many things. Women should not be allowed to not cover their head in church and they should keep their mouths shut, especially in church! For instance. And the eating of crawfish is 'an abomination'.
The US Constitution was mainly installed to protect minorities from the force of majorities. That was the whole point. The past few years however, people seem to believe everybody should always follow the majority 'because the majority is always right!'. First of all: the majority is NOT always right and second: minorities need protection.
People who believe the majority should always 'win' suddenly change their opinion when somehow they belong to a minority. Turning them instantly into hypocrites. And what do you think? Do you think minorities should always listen to the majority? In other words: are you like the people at Fox 'News'?
Interesting detail: these two people (yes, members of minorities) are the owners of Fox News: