Atheists: If science is so great then why hasn't it found a cure for homosexuality?
- 4 weeks ago
Probably for the same reason they haven't found a cure for heterosexuality or for that matter religion. Because science isn't intended to tell us what we should desire or believe. That is your job to figure out for yourself. Science should remain unbiased.
- SBR32277Lv 74 weeks ago
While science is the best we have for figuring out answers about nature, it is still in it's infancy. Science will eventually figure out the genome pool and what does what.
- Orla CLv 74 weeks ago
Because homosexuality isn't an illness.
- jon pikeLv 74 weeks ago
Or any other sexually immoral behavior. You think perhaps it may be a consequence of either a obsessive/compulsive disorder or free-will?
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- MackLv 74 weeks ago
It does not need a cure, homophobes are the problem....
- PaulLv 64 weeks ago
Psychologists are working on identifying the cause, which obviously has to precede a treatment.
- 4 weeks ago
Because homosexuality is not a disease that needs to be cured. What needs to be cured is homophobia and the superstition that causes it.
- CaesarLv 74 weeks ago
So if any of the thousand deities made by theists are so great then why hasn't it found not a cure for homosexuality... because kill them all is not a cure last time i check. You can take a hint modern medicine had cure more than 16 million leprosy patients when some gods did a few dozens that were called a miracle..see the difference of a real disease cure?
- ob1knobLv 74 weeks ago
- Atheists do not worship science (but on the other hand, scientists are more likely to be atheist).
- Unlike religions, when science doesn't know, it admits it doesn't know (yet)
- Homosexuality is not a disease, so, it doesn't need to be cured.
3 major misunderstandings within one line.
I think religion is still the best thing for you.
- Chi girlLv 74 weeks ago
Homosexuality isn't an illness. It's a naturally-occurring congenital anomaly.Source(s): Greek Orthodox Christian