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Soards asserts that scripture supports the institution of monogamous, heterosexual marriage and that any form of sexuality outside of that form is, therefore, sin.
Thus, when Soards says: 'The greatest differences between Luke and Mark may be the result of Luke's strongest motives for writing his Gospel'(125), I suggest that this also applies to his use of Matthew and John.
(48) Thus, Marion Soards: "We cannot fault Paul's appraisal of homosexual behavior without denying the theological vision that informs his understanding of God and humanity" (Scripture and Homosexuality [Louisville: Westminister John Knox, 1995] 26).
Soards. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 1995.