During a Q&A with Ravi Zacharias and RZIM at Oxford, a homosexual man asks a question but really ends up encouraging those in the faith of the miraculous work of God in peoples changed lives.
Something said during this exchange that really clicks with my understanding of this very important issue. Love. Most often -- as I note often in my debates and posts on this topic (see below) -- there is abuse or some family issue that drives these young men and women into this lifestyle. While I am more of a political-animal/armchair-philosopher and I deal with this issue in a "cut-n-dry" fashion, love is the motivating factor of change.
Usually the Christian [at the time of conversion] has this immense connection with their Creator and what He has done for him/her and the depths of their depravity that has been covered. Dorothy Sayers says it best:
✦ “None of us feels the true love of God till we realize how wicked we are. But you can't teach people that -- they have to learn by experience.”
There is love and change available to those who seek it. the problem has become a society that perpetuates the PC status quo (youtube.com/watch?v=DHU7Q-NzvhQ). To keep the quoting of Mrs. Sayers going, she comments well on tolerance:
✦ “In the world it is called Tolerance, but in hell it is called Despair, the sin that believes in nothing, cares for nothing, seeks to know nothing, interferes with nothing, enjoys nothing, hates nothing, finds purpose in nothing, lives for nothing, and remains alive because there is nothing for which it will die."
This is such a great expansion to my video library and writings on this topic. I highly suggest getting the entire Q&A by Ravi. He and his team are incredible as usual (https://tinyurl.com/y8cydy9n).
My resource that has a few links to this topic and others can be found here: religiopoliticaltalk.com/cultural-issues/