“At the very least, Jesus was queer. He broke the rules of his culture, of heteronormativity. He subverted masculinities and gender codes in his culture. Queer doesn’t necessarily mean sexual orientation, but it can include that.
Perhaps he was intersex or trans, because he was born without a father, and therefore was born female and took on the phenotype of a male.”
Shore-Goss said that Saint Paul would probably be described as a closeted homosexual today…
“they didn’t have those words at the time. There was no concept of sexual orientation, but there was a concept of gender.
So, in the Bible, when a man sleeps with another man like with a woman, it’s an abomination. See, the emphasis is on a man betraying his status: He has feminized himself. So it’s a gender violation as opposed to a sexual violation.”
The openly gay senior pastor also said he’d like to hop into the sack with JC (for spiritual reasons, of course!) and when asked whether Jesus was a top or a bottom?
(via Gay Star News)