Instead of posting information about HIV rates, you should defend the exegesis of these texts you have provided. David Ehrenstein Really fascinating. Christianity recognizes that Christians remain, in life, imperfect and capable of sin, and the passage Max lifts out of context refers to the new nature endowed upon any Christian, that new nature is incorruptible, while our earthly and imperfect one is still capable of sin, as Max has shown by example. Though they're recently divorced after 21 years of marriage, she still works and preaches alongside Swilley at Church in the Now. The Old Testament also contains a strong ethnology, so I think the race comment is misleading.
She appears prepared to answer the obvious question: Most scientists today agree that sexual orientation is most likely the result of a complex interaction of environmental, cognitive and biological factors. A lying carnival barker keeping the public record secret by presenting false propaganda. The principle was codified independently in various versions by countless cultures both long before and after the rise of Christianity.
Her husband seems slightly less amused by the confusion, but smiles accommodatingly.