Really? I remember when you first start posting here, you said you were in seminary school but you were flat out wrong about a very important part of biblical history, and you were corrected by those who didn't agree with your stance and even those that did agree with your stance. At the time it shocked me that someone who was that far along didn't know this... I have to ask did you ever finish?
I can't recall being "flat out wrong" about a very important part of Biblical history. I'm not saying I wasn't - I just don't recall it. To answer your question about seminary - I have 42 of the semester units completed out of the 72 units required (45 units is typical of most Master's programs). I took time off from seminary for military duties, civilian work, and to finish my MBA.
Yes, you are correct - there isn't an example of every aspect of life. That being said - homosexuality presumably has been around for a very long time. It is an aspect of life that is addressed in the Bible - and it is never positive.
Jesus didn't address heroine abuse or baseball players using HGH either - that doesn't make it right.I mean it seems obvious that Jesus didn't talk to his disciples at the time about the world being round because frankly they wouldn't understand...