Shrimp vs Homosexuality in the bible

Shrimp is called an abomination 4 times more than homosexuality in the Bible, specifically in the Old Testament.

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5 Responses to Shrimp vs Homosexuality in the bible

  1. pawl55 says:

    The words in the original biblical Hebrew, although loosely translated by some as “abomination,” are completely different and linguistically unrelated: toeivah for homosexual behavior (Leviticus 18:22) and sheketz for shrimp/shellfish and kosher food (Leviticus 11:10). Since these words are completely different in derivation, there is no linguistic basis for direct comparison, much less religious equivalence. kosher dietary laws apply only to Jews. Homosexuality is and was a grave and dangerous physical and spiritual practice (as is all sexual immorality) and applies to all humans. Nice try though. God loves you!

  2. shematwater says:

    I count five times that homosexuality is called an abomination in Leviticus chapter 18. So, where are the nine times that Shrimps are called abominations.

  3. thesumidaway says:

    I didn’t know that … what do people have against shrimp … 🙂 … and if homosexuality is so bad, why isn’t it one of the ten commandments?

  4. Linuxgal says:

    It’s not that shrimp-eating heterosexuals are four times less moral than non-shrimp-eating homosexuals, they just need more supervision.

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