The following argument shows that male-male
penetration (anal sex) is okay if no direct or
indirect harm is caused:
- We should question the views of Moses
and Paul condemning male-male
penetration because we don’t accept their
views that owning other people as slaves is
- The Bible provides a test to decide whether
male-male penetration is good or bad. This
is the no-harm test.
- Male-male penetration passes the no-
harm test when each man acts with caring
love and does not harm himself, the other
man or any third party (e.g., a partner),
physically, emotionally, mentally or
relationally, directly or indirectly.
- There is also the Biblical principle that you
should treat other people as you would
want them to treat you, i.e. with kindness
and honor. This helps to ensure that no
harm is done.
Get detailed information on the following
- The Love Commandments and the Golden
Author: Colin Smith