First, from a comment posted on Thinking Anglicans on Tuesday:
We who think that homosexual practice is immoral certainly don't think that it puts one outside the race or entails a loss of respect or acceptance (of the person) any more than lying, adultery, lust, greed or any other moral failing. I have serious moral failings, some of which I struggle not to justify, and yet I claim full membership in the race. Why would I think differently about any LGBT person?
Second, a Tweet sent to Joe Jervis of Joe.My.God on Wednesday: