I read the book, Linda. Unfortunately, while I can’t remember much detail, I found some but not all the exegesis convincing, especially his handling of Romans 1. I find this to be an issue that would be best handled by saying the biblical writers didn’t give same sex behaviors high marks, but science and genetics has brought understanding about sexual orientation that the ancients simply did not have. The biblical writers did not have any concept of orientation regarding this issue, nor were they largely speaking to consensual same sex relationships/ marriage…although that idea was not totally unknown in the first century.
Evolution is similar in this regard. The Bible can’t be used to support it. But, it shouldn’t be used as a science text book either. The question is, can God reveal truth through different means, science being one of them?
Finally, this is a heated discussion and issue amongst many Christians. That’s all well and good until it becomes about people we know and love. Then it becomes real.