Wow - making judgmental calls on my beliefs based on what I say about logic.
You realize this all stemmed from you claiming the Bible recommends a gold standard and I merely refuted your claim.
That has absolutely nothing to do with my individual belief system (which you're absolutely wrong about) and is intentionally going off-topic so that you can feel you won some kind of argument.
I'd like to apologize about that, I didn't mean to be disrespectful. That being said, I'm writing this apology after I've already written the stuff after this, I just scrolled back. Please don't take the following stuff as any sort of judgement against you.
No, actually, you changed the subject(obviously unintentionally) by suggesting the Bible is vague on some details. I responded by saying the Holy Spirit takes away the vagueness, assuming God wants you to know that particular thing.
Of course, sometimes vagueness remains because we either have selfish motives, or maybe God's trying to teach us patience.
It's like with Mrs. Hudson, I believe homosexuality is a sin, but when transexualism(not sure if that's a word) enters the picture, there's a gap in my knowledge. I don't know if she's a homosexual because of her original gender, a heterosexual because of her new gender, or some other thing that I might not have thought of. I treat her decision with respect because I have no idea how God feels about it. This doesn't mean God doesn't have feelings about it, I simply don't know those feelings.
Of course, I'd still treat her with respect even if I believed she were sinning, I'd simply inform her of this and hope she didn't become angry.
And, yes, I've gone waaaaaayyyyyy off-topic.