[...] neither does Haller. On the: one hand, he does not take the standard line of appealing to the moral virtue of justice, which would fee a form of natural-law argument; on the other, he need not and does not deal with consequential ist arguments to the effect that any change in longstanding prohibitions with regard to samesexuality will have evil effects. [...] much of his book is aimed, explicitly or otherwise, at those who have put forward such artificial, totalizing schemes as the answer to current disputes.
Reasonable and Holy: Engaging Same-Sexuality Charles Hefling Anglican Theological Review; Winter 2010; 92, 1; Docstoc pg. 225 Reproduced with permission of the c
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