I think the more important issue is that Christians should not quarrel about religious issues, and when they DISCUSS, in love, the inevitable divergent issues, they should make sure to do so where non-Christians overhear them, as the non-Christians are distracted from the main point by what is really surplussage.
(Not my original thought, it's from C.S. Lewis's preface to "Mere Christianity.")
99.99% of the Bible is very clear, and agreed to by all denominations and flavors of Christians.
We should spend more time on those parts, as they are hard enough to put into practice.
When we have those down, let's worry about the remaining .01%
Makes sense to me.
But I allowed myself to get into the Christianity sidetrack here becuase there is a valid point to be made. Specifically, that this issue IS in the 99.99% and not in the .01% as some would claim.
Let's be frank here, I have listened to two "Christian" ministers give strong arguments that the Bible is silent on Homosexuality. I'll bet that is in Lewis' 99.9% as well.
I believe this issue as well as the "evolution compatibility with Christianity issue" is, as Lewis said, "those parts" (the 99.99%)
One must make similar logical leaps in both arguments to support the counter viewpoint.