In its section called the Dialogue Corner, the Chicago-based African American Lectionary has posted a series of compelling essays on sexuality .
“The first issue that we decided to address is Sexuality. To do so we invited a diverse group of writers to provide articles on topics including: Working to Connect Religion, Black Bodies, and Sexuality: What Black Churches Should Know; Homosexuality; The Down Low Phenomenon; Talking to Gay Teens—What Should the Church Say; Why I Believe Homosexuality Is a Sin; Ways Pastors Can Dialogue with Churches about Homosexuality; Why Some Black Churches Demonize Members of the GLBT Community; and Why I Believe Homosexuality Is Not a Sin.”
One of those is my original writing entitled “Why I believe homosexuality IS a sin”. The reason the “is” is emphasized because a counter argument was written by Valerie Elverton Dixon,Phd an “independent scholar” from Montclair, NJ.
Read Why I believe homosexuality is a sin by DL Foster
Read Why I believe homosexuality is not a sin by Valerie Dixon
Who makes a more compelling argument? Whose argument is more biblically sound?