You still haven't explained how marriage between races and gay people have had the same arguments. So you haven't proven anything.
My point is that every argument you (and anyone else I have heard) are making not only can
be made against interracial marriage, they have
been made against interracial marriage.
These arguments include:
1) They are against the Bible.
2) They are unnatural.
3) They go against our history and our culture.
4) They are bad for children.
(Did I forget any?...)
I am not saying that any of these arguments are valid against either homosexual or interracial marriages.
It is a historical fact that interracial marriages were opposed for all of these reasons. Remember that interracial marriages were illegal in most states a mere fifty years ago.
I don't see homosexuality as normal or natural. I do see people regardless of race marrying because it is still what nature intended to promote the human race.
This is the whole of your arguement-- your opinion. You "don't see" homosexuality as normal or natural. Many people "don't see" interracial marriage as normal or natural. That is why it was illegal until recently.
Would you let other people opinions about what races you could marry affect your right to marry the person you love? Why do you then turn around and let your opinions
prevent others from marrying those who they love.
1 man 1 woman is what nature intended and it has worked for thousands of years. What benefits does nature provide for homosexuality?
Homosexuality has existed in many societies for thousands of years. It is just that it has been opposed and persecuted in many societies.
Likewise interracial relationships have been opposed and persecuted in many societies for "thousands of years". This includes our culture.
I think your argument has a huge problem in that you insisting the other people follow your opinion
about what is right, moral and natural. But... you refuse to accept the opinions of others, which are just as historical prevelent and strongly felt as yours.