I use three different and separate arguments to defend homosexuality in marriage. Argument 1. Only the Holy Spirit will place in a person's heart what sin is for that person. Then applying Jesus' own "do unto others". There is no sin for a married homosexual. Argument 2. Each reference in the NT to homosexual behavior is centered on offensive moves like adultery/one night stand type sex. Usually the term is found next to prostitution. Marriage was never talked about, even though there were and had to be same sex living together. Argument 3. When reference is given, it is always about the unsaved doing these sins. The saved person will continue to do some of them, but they aren't counted against him/her. Now, don't blend the arguments together even though under some circumstances one could. But primarily they work as separate arguments and need to be addressed separately here. JasonW with your agreement, the way we should argue them would be to take each one, post it, then each of us write a post defending or refuting, then 1 additional post in rebuttal to the initial post.(a total of 2 posts only per argument). Others may comment at will, but I will only address JasonW in this thread until we are finished with the debate. I will post the first one now. Take as much time as you need.