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There is indeed a confusion between the Torah prescribing capital punishment (by stoning) for homosexual acts and the Torah view of homosexuals. Some context is required, see precise answers at the bottom. I addressed elsewhere the view of the Torah on homosexuals. In a nutshell, the Torah is not so concerned and doesn't judge how people feel or what their ...


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the torah is quite clear that sex between two males is a capital offense incurring stoning. it's not an exaggeration. though stoning is not like the islamic version of stoning. the talmud derives to chose a more humane version which is to be pushed off a high platform as explained in tractate sanhedrin. in the time of moshiach there will be no yetzer hara ...


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In general, the gemara in Nedarim 51 explains the word toevah used to describe homosexuality is an acronym of toeh ata bah, you are making a mistake with this intercourse. The view of the Torah on 'illicit' sexual relationships is not a Victorian one of, kill the repugnant sinners. It is one of what can fit in to the universal pattern required for ongoing ...


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Apparently there is a confusion in this question. When we speak with words specific to the modern language, and innocently utilize such words to translate the Torah, appear a confusion. If an adultery between a young bride and a man is heterosexual, You can change the title as "Stoning the heterosexuals" In the Greek antic civilisation, the practice of ...


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This is very strange, the gemara says they gave malkos to a man for being intimate with his wife publicly, and that this was because people were parutz in this ve'haysa ha'shaah tzerichah le'kach, but that seems to be about it.



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