John ChrysostomJesus homosexuality, in the 4th century, seems to use the term arsenokoitai to refer to pederasty common in the Greco-Roman culture of the time and Patriarch John IV of Constantinople in the 6th Jesus homosexuality used it to refer to anal sex:
Above all, they ought to deal with each other in charity.
In a article for Slate online, Will Oremus asked a provocative question:
Silence Equals Support?
One man, with one woman, becoming one flesh, for one lifetime.
They surely do.
Think about it.
Argument from Silence First, it must be noted that this is an argument from silence, Jesus homosexuality, and thus rests on a shaky rational foundation.
I Can Do All Things
For the sake of discussion, Christians could be wrong on the homosexuality question, et al.
Underlying Paul's thinking is Genesis 2:
On the other side is Paul:
Oremus seems to suggest that since Jesus never explicitly mentioned homosexuality, he must not have been very concerned about it.