Problems with pro-gay theology – the series

I added a part 5 to the series at the last minute.  There was a lot of good dialogue in the comments section and I thought a summary might be useful. 

Parts 1-4 addressed specific problems with categories of pro-gay theological reasoning: Dismissing the Bible, misinterpreting the Bible and adding (alleged) personal revelations to the Bible.

Please be sure to read part 5 of 5, as it shows how pro-gay reasoning also falls apart collectively when applied to other passages. 

Thanks for reading along.  I realize the posts were loooooong.  I tried to condense them as best I could, but I wanted something thorough.

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