Homosexuality In The Fosters By Mariana Foster

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When thinking of religion there’s many things that come to mind. Religion is a very hard topic to understand because there is just so many questions and not too many answers to go along with the question. Religion can be judgemental; judging people’s sexuality, the way that others choose to live their lives, and making it seem that most things are wrong to do, but in the bible itself mentioned in Matthew 7: 1-2 “Judge not, that you be not judged. For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you”.
In The Fosters Mariana Foster has the choice of being Isabella’s god mother but in order to do so she has to be baptized so that she won’t go to hell. Lena and Stef refuse, because the
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In the bible being a virgin before marriage is the right thing to do, but those who are not a virgin before marriage are frowned upon. Now it is a different story, but back then it was very bad to commit adultery. It really is hard to comprehend why it was like that. Being a virgin is not a big deal; the idea of virginity is just not involved in sex, but the whole marriage and love brings a whole new idea on virginity and why it is so wrong to lose it before marriage. According to 1 Thessalonians 4:3-5: “For this is the will of God, your sanctification: that you abstain from sexual immorality; that each one of you know how to control his own body in holiness and honor, not in the passion of lust like the Gentiles who do not know God”. So for those who “don’t know how to control his own body in holiness and honor…” what does that make them? Less human ? Not a true religious person? It just sounds all too judgemental for something that happens so often. After all after Jesus was born, “virgin” mary went on to have four other sons and the catholic doctrine ignore that and say they were Joseph’s sons with a former wife, but that is not true; yet Mary is still seen as the “Virgin Mary” and she still is sacred even after losing her …show more content…
His brother then teases him about and and tells martin that the virgen would not help him with his problem. Of course everyone has their beliefs, but let 's see this in a different perspective. For those religious people to see someone who would question god and religion, the first thing to come to mind would be to judge them and think less of them for not thinking the same as them and possibly not believing in the same religion. According to The Relationship Between the Constructs of Religiousness and Prejudice: A Structural Equation Model Analysis; The present study used SEM to examine the relationship between religion and prejudice using four of the most important and heavily researched constructs in the psychology of religion: religious commitment, orthodoxy, fundamentalism, and openness, as well as their relationships with three types of prejudice: racial, sexual orientation, and religious”. So besides sexual orientation racial and other religions are prejudice among others. Once looking into all religions, it is shown that all religions trace back to the same route and that there is something common between all of them, and it’s unbelievable that religions could still be prejudice amongst each other after

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