"1964 discusses ethics of homosexualty on p269-292, he also refers to Bailey, there is some theological discussion. In Holben's book he comes under the "4. pastoral accommodation" heading (scale 1 to 6)."
"Now considered a classic pro-gay book. He discusses the scriptures on p 91-117, also p 335-353. He endorses the inhospitality argument for Sodom (based on Bailey). Argues that Paul thought the activities were beyond nature rather than against nature, i.e. Paul condemns homosexual acts by apparently heterosexual persons (i.e. perverts not inverts). Argues that arsenokoitai refers to prostitutes."
"1983. Proposes the exploitative argument, i.e. pederasty. He is very useful on the social background and he believes that Paul gets the word arsenokoitai from the Septuagint translation of Lev 18:22 and 20:13 (also the Hebrew mishkav zakur). I wish that more pro-gay apologists were so honest."
"Popular treatment of pro-gay theology (no footnotes). Argues, incorrectly, that toevah means "what is culturally or ritually forbidden" (p64). He relies a lot on Boswell and Countryman. See my review on Amazon."
"Brooten is my favorite lesbian author. 1996 Academic treatment. Brooten gives a very useful annotated bibliography on Rom 1:26f and NT and homosexuality generally. Also has a detailed commentary on Rom 1:18-32 (p 215-302). She does rely too much on the misogyny argument, but that is not what Paul is talking about, even if that is what the Hellenistic society believed."
"1999 six representative viewpoints : 1. condemnation, 2. a promise of healing, 3. a call to costly discipleship, 4. pastoral accommodation, 5. affirmation, 6. liberation. This is similar to Stacy Johnson's list in "A time to embrace""
"2003 collection of essays by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. The most important essay is by Mark Powell "The Bible and Homosexuality", which is limited pro gay and Gagnon critiques it in his article in "Christian Sexuality""
"2006. Includes "Arsenokoités and Malakos: Meanings and Consequences". Fails to see that Paul gets 'arsenokoites' from the Septuagint (LXX) translation of the Levitical prohibitions. A chapter on Rom 1:18-32, and one on Gal 3:28c. Ch 2 discusses Gagnon, Hays, Watson, and Countryman."
"2006 An important book, he is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary and an attorney-at-law. He discusses 7 theological positions on homosexuality. His theology is poor to say the least. See my long review on Amazon."