1. David believes that he is an easy going fellow. Has David...or better still, the hosts of the radio program, ever read his blogs?
2. David thinks that their are many reasons for SSA... just like there are lots of reasons for alcoholism...not sure about his comments about cognitive behaviour therapy in the treatment of SSA... or whether that was limited to the treatment of alcoholism.
3. David's research into SSA is centred around Jesus' reference to Adam and Eve...and his brother's theories, on how he cured his SSA, by not giving his sexuality a label. When his brother, Peter Ould, was asked if he was still attracted to men...he answered evasively, by stating that he is attracted to lots of different people. He did not want to label himself. I wonder if David, as a heterosexual, applies the same principles and de-lables himself also...so then he can say that he too is attracted to a lot of people. Peter and David are lucky that Peter is bisexual and able to have a loving sexually fulfilling relationship with a woman ...because then they don't have to face the difficulties of being branded as sinners, for being a homosexual, or an advocate of mistreated homosexuals, who are persecuted, by puritanic fundamentalists.
4. David explained sexual fluidity (bisexuality) as being on the spectrum, like a bipolar thing.
5. David also explained that he was trying to be Jesus like.... explaining Jesus hung out with drunkards and sinners...Maybe David is trying to be Christlike in his breaking down of barriers between God's outcasts and the Chosen Few.
6. David is concerned about Christians being labelled homophobic as a result of their refusal to accept SS marriage
7. David believes the definition of marriage is the union of a man and a women... and that the love an affirmation of a couple for each other, is not the basis for marriage.
Well female submission is not good enough for me to build a marriage on either!
Do you know something Calam...I reckon God made Peter Ould SSA on purpose ... so that both Peter and David can have their own crosses to bear ... it's just a shame that they keep handing the load to others... hopefully their journey will help them learn something about people and life...Gotta be better than promoting limits to fellowship like some Pharisees!