Okay, homosexuality is wrong and that is not to be argued on this thread. It seems to me that many who label themselves "fundlementalists" tend to lean away from the Lordship salvation idea and more to the alter call, sinners prayer, make a decision for Christ type salvation. Santification is then seen as a seperate process and we all continue to sin so that this process is not perfected in this life. But it always seems to me that homosexuals don't get this same bargin. When a homosexual continues to practice homosexuality we condemn him to hell, for indeed, "those who are sexually immorral will not inherit the kindgom of heaven". I will then here things like "those who have the Holy Spirit would not continue to do such" and likewise. But is this true? Why is the sin of homosexuality one that we should assume is immedietly (or very soon perfected) and not our own sin. There are other sins in which God declares that will not enter the kindgom of heaven, including covetous, and surely no one will claim perfection from that. But even so, doesn't this then fly back in the face of the non-lordship idea. It shouldn't matter whether they build self-control agaist their sin, they asked for forgiveness and it was given to them. They have no more need to practice good works (of not practicing homosexuality) then somone needs to stop lying to be saved. Anyway, just some thoughts.