Websites against homosexuality
He is the author of The Bible and Homosexual Practice: Texts and Hermeneutics (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2001; 520 pgs.); co-author (with Dan O.
He is also an ordained elder at a Presbyterian Church (USA) in Pittsburgh.
And, in fact, there is a lot of truth in what they have to say.
To start off, there are people who say they are born with a genetic predisposition to diabetes but that is being rejected as a main cause by the burgeoning natural health movement in this country today: The incidence of diabetes has skyrocketed in the past couple of decades, but it takes centuries for genetic drift to occur in a population.
From the above we can conclude that making poor choices with one’s food appetite has dire consequences. Note: I am not talking about overeating per se; it is the unnatural diet itself that is seen as the main problem.
In addition, he has published scholarly articles on biblical studies in Journal of Biblical Literature, New Testament Studies, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, Novum Testamentum, Zeitschrift fr die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, and Horizons in Biblical Theology; and more popular treatments in The Christian Century and First Things.
Via) of Homosexuality and the Bible: Two Views (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2003; 125 pgs.); and, as a service to the church, provides a large amount of free material on the web dealing with Scripture and homosexuality.
But even if you disagree with what the following people say, what is interesting is that they are saying these things with no scolding from the usual suspects: mainstream media powers, grandstanding politicians and airheaded celebrities, et al.
Nobody is calling these people bigots or haters or anything of the sort.