The tide running here re gay 'marriage' is to argue that it is not a conception Christians should agree to, not least because it is not at all clear that God blesses such relationships.
But ADU is not averse to noting the good argumentation of other sides of important debates. (And this is an important debate in the sense that it is not going to go away from the Anglican churches any time soon).
On Thinking Anglicans today Jeffrey John offers as good an argument as I have ever seen in favour of gay 'marriage'.
As I am between sessions of our Synod, I have not time to process the argument. So I am genuinely interested in your analysis of it. What works, and what doesn't? What is true and what is not?
LATER: Also of interest here is an article about one of our long serving and much respected clerics, Val Riches, and her supportive attitude to gay 'marriage.'