Originally Posted by Eeset
Sure. 1 Samuel 20:41
The original Hebrew text says that they kissed each other and wept together until David became large. The word which means "became large" in this passage is "gadal" in the original Hebrew. The same word is used elsewhere in the Hebrew Scriptures to refer to King Solomon being greater than all other kings. Some theologians interpret "gadal" in this verse as indicating that David had an erection. However, the thoughts of David becoming sexually aroused after kissing Jonathan may have been too threatening for Bible translators. They either deleted the ending entirely or created one of their own.
David was so gay that he lusted so strongly after a woman that he had her husband killed.
Gadal used there signified exactly what it means when its used to refer to the greatnesss of King Solomon, if you note in the passage, Johnathan places his garments onto David as well, showing that instead of recognizing that Saul was leader, jonathan was giving homage to David, which is the meaning of gadal there, the recognition of kingship.
You with your sick arguments, on one hand you like to try to disparage the character of God by telling us often how many wives David had, and how much adultery he committed, but then Davids gay too!!
And you don't even get that its your thinking
that is corrupt.