>According to the book, THE BIBLE AND HOMOSEXUAL PRACTICE, by Robert
>Gagnon, 2001, who appears to be a responsible scholar, the text uses
>oblique language to refer to what was almost certainly a case of the son
As to Ham's "orientation" there can be no question that he had children by
his wife, that tells me something. And I would think the cases of a
"switch hitter" having interest in a 600 year-old man, let alone that man
being his own father, would be rare indeed. Then, running out and telling
your brothers? Too bizarre for me.
Dick Fischer - The Origins Solution - www.orisol.com
"The answer we should have known about 150 years ago"
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