un·nat·u·ral (n-nchr-l) adj. 1. In violation of a natural law. 2. Inconsistent with an individual pattern or custom. 3. Deviating from a behavioral or social norm: an unnatural attachment. 4. Contrived or constrained; artificial: smiled in an unnatural manner. 5. In violation of natural feelings; inhuman.

nat·u·ral [nach-er-uhl, nach-ruhl] adjective 1. existing in or formed by nature ( opposed to artificial): a natural bridge. 2. based on the state of things in nature; constituted by nature: Growth is a natural process. 3. of or pertaining to nature or the universe: natural beauty. 4. of, pertaining to, or occupied with the study of natural science: conducting natural experiments. 5. in a state of nature; uncultivated, as land. 6. growing spontaneously, without being planted or tended by human hand, as vegetation. 7.having undergone little or no processing and containing no chemical additives: natural food; natural ingredients. Compare organic ( def. 11 ). 8. having a real or physical existence, as opposed to one that is spiritual, intellectual, fictitious, etc. 9. of, pertaining to, or proper to the nature or essential constitution: natural ability. 10. proper to the circumstances of the case: a natural result of his greed. 11. free from affectation or constraint: a natural manner. 12. arising easily or spontaneously: a natural courtesy to strangers. 13. consonant with the nature or character of. 14. in accordance with the nature of things: It was natural that he should hit back. 15. based upon the innate moral feeling of humankind: natural justice. 16. in conformity with the ordinary course of nature; not nusual or exceptional. 17. happening in the ordinary or usual course of things, without the intervention of accident, violence, etc. 18. related only by birth; of no legal relationship; illegitimate: a natural son. 19. related by blood rather than by adoption. 20. based on what is learned from nature rather than on revelation. 21. true to or closely imitating nature: a natural representation. 22. unenlightened or unregenerate: the natural man. 23. being such by nature; born such: a natural fool. 24. Music a. neither sharp nor flat. b. changed in pitch by the sign ♮. 25. not treated, tanned, refined, etc.; in its original or raw state: natural wood; natural cowhide. 26. (of a horn or trumpet) having neither side holes nor valves. 27. not tinted or colored; undyed. 28. having a pale tannish or grayish-yellow color, as many woods and untreated animal skins. 29. Cards a. being a card other than a wild card or joker. b. (of a set or sequence of cards) containing no wild cards. 30. having or showing feelings, as affection, gratitude, or kindness, considered part of basic human nature. 31. afro ( def. 1 )

At no point in either of these definitions, is listed homosexuality. Homosexuality is not exhibited in either definition, nor is it alluded to if one were to take the definitions without applying biblical, Qur’anic, or other religious text manufactured principals. If one, being independent in cerebration, applies this cognition to the definitions the realistic application of genuine human behavior and processes; homosexuality as a deviancy listed by the commentator would be unacceptable. Moralistic compilation did not manifest solely in the religious volumes, but evolved from the need of the survival of the clan as an intact and functional unit. Religion was created formulated to explain the unexplainable in order to define the nature around them, manipulate and control the masses for financial, societal and political gain, and to instill safeguards that would insulate the religion from expanding into modernistic values and morals in an attempt to insure it’s survival. Religion that is inflexible is the murderer of independent thought as it directly requires adherents to apply moralistic values that are contrary to natural ones developed by years of tribal evolution and necessity. It introduces unnatural moralistic values and ideals that fit only the demands and functionality of the religion and to guarantee its survival among the generation next. It is, if you will, a self-perpetuating destruction of evolution into scientific interpretation of mysteries once considered inexplicable. Science is the murderer of religion, dispelling the myths of religious tomes and introducing exegesis.

Morals are not birthed by religious texts. It would be imbecilic to imply that is does, ignoring the scientific verisimilitude while ferociously coherent to obsolete moralistic values. The knowledge that breeds intellect and proper deductive qualities is directly incompatible with religion. Information and instruction into the process that dissolves religious profanity and surrealistic idiocy is met with scorn, accusations of “evil” ulterior motives, and general resistance cited through religious text. Religion disputes modern, proven theories because its evolution is contrary to its survival. Evolving beyond Bronze Age ideals, morals, and tenets spells the death of deities and their troublesome dogma is impossible because being complacent is required by religion. inflexibility, insular societal relationships, deference to the divine, and inaction supported by the “action” of “prayer” breeds a sort of status quo that discharges the action necessary to evolve. Change is viewed as “sinful” and “godless”. The fear-mongering tenets prevent one from independent thought because that undermines the necessary survival techniques of religion. “Hell” is directly designed to be the consequence for actions that explain that the earth is not flat, the universe does not orbit earth, the creation theory posed by texts is ridiculous. That fear is so engrained that one still experiences fear of “Hell” even after disbelief in deities is achieved. When one graduates to the realization that such a place is nonexistent, one’s apprehension dissolves into nothingness.

If one would pontificate less and subtract the entanglements of religious “morality”, evolution into a freethinking society would be simplified. The priority of the church body is to survive and it cannot survive in a environment that is knowledgeable and reasonable, competent and questioning, and logical and rational. The mysteries, folklore, and utopian promises of religion is no longer a feasible option when all its persuasiveness is discredited and debunked by sagacity. To wit: all it takes is several hours time and good a search engine to find out that the truth really does set one free.

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