So this is a question that has most likely been asked a million times, but its one that's very personal to me. I'm greatly interested in Liturgical forms of Christianity; as I think they are among the most beautiful and fullest expressions of the Christian faith. I'm currently am not a Christian, but I am letting God guide me to a place where I can find some answers. However, a part of me feels as if there's a caveat to this. I'm gay/have same sex attractions. I'm also in a relationship with someone whom I love very much. I'm very well aware of what Anglicanism traditionally says about homosexuality, but that it also says (if I'm not mistaken) we are "saints in the making". As life goes on, I can see myself becoming more holy in my life. To the point where physical intimacy may no longer be needed and my partner and I could live together "as brothers". I also feel as if reason and light of new discoveries should be taken into consideration along with tradition and scripture. As well as personal conscience and seeking God for guidance. Any thoughts on this? Again, I'm well aware of what the traditional answer is, but faith and becoming wholly human are lifelong processes and are journeys that I could be very willing to take. PS, not sure if this is relevant, but even though I'm gay, there are a lot of things in "gay culture" that I personally can't stand. Plus, I tend to be more socially moderate/conservative on a lot of issues. So please don't think of this as someone who is out to force people to "accept" me or to kowtow to everything I say.