The posts begin with an examination of (surprisingly) “commonalities” and end with a good survey of the contemporary arguments made by the religious homosexual movement and their allies. JEM made this point which was very good because most of the criticism as well as defense of the gcm is based on the “love” (in some variation) argument.
“The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement borrows from Scripture the truth that love is the greatest thin in the world (which it is) and from the “new morality” or “situation ethics” of the 1960s the notion that love is an adequate criterion by which to judge every relationship (which it is not).’
Did you catch that? The gcm’s argument is blended with of 60’s free love ideology. But love is not an adequate criterion by which to judge every relationship.
JEM or rather Stott also state that one of the commonalities is the fact that we are all Christians. What do you think about that? Is that a good commonality or is it a commonality of generalities i.e. anyone can call themselves a Christian and be accepted as such without any biblical examination of their lives?
Just follow the links to each part from the beginning of the series.