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The Great Bishop of Hippo writes: "Sins against nature, therefore, like the sin of Sodom, are abominable and deserve punishment whenever they are commited. If all nations commited them, all alike would be held guilty of the same charge in God's law, for oue Maker did not prescribe that we should use each other in this way. In fact, the relationship that we ought to have with God is itself …More
The Great Bishop of Hippo writes: "Sins against nature, therefore, like the sin of Sodom, are abominable and deserve punishment whenever they are commited. If all nations commited them, all alike would be held guilty of the same charge in God's law, for oue Maker did not prescribe that we should use each other in this way. In fact, the relationship that we ought to have with God is itself violated when our nature, of which He is Author, is desecrated by perverted lust...."

(St. Augustine,Confessions, Book III, chap. 8)