Following the logic chain Garlow lays down here, apparently because “sexual orientation” wasn’t described in the Bible, us mere humans have invented the concept rather than describing something that previously existed. In the exact same way, I guess everyone just chose to stay anchored to the ground instead of floating away, until Isaac Newton invented the modern construct of gravity.
Yeah. This is one of those fractally wrong assertions, as though anyone was surprised. And it will take a bit to unpack.
Yes, “natural impulses” don’t make them “right”, because we humans also have natural impulses that range anywhere from protecting animals to murdering humans. The naturalistic fallacy is still a fallacy when trying to suggest that just because people are naturally gay, that makes it right.
But that doesn’t make it wrong either, just because more people are naturally straight(-ish) than are gay or anywhere else on the Kinsey scale. What makes something right or wrong is the objective levels of harm to society. And though they keep saying society will fall apart if gays are allowed to become functional family units with one another, I still don’t see a case for it.
Each person in society contributes to the society most optimally when they are healthy, happy and in a career well suited to them. Finding a loving consenting partner (or multiple, if polyamory is allowed for those that so choose) to support you and to provide comfort and yes, even consensual sexual relations, is a big factor in determining whether or not someone will be happy. So it is objectively better for society if people who are naturally gay have all the same recourses toward autonomy, toward self-directed pursuit of happiness as do straights and straight-enoughs.
But these people would never see that, because some bronze-age goat herders wove their homophobia into their Bible and said God wrote it.