One of the things in that little post is about how many people in the generation I am born into do not find homosexuality as a primary issue to raise a stink about. It is not that we do not care about the issues, it is just not in our top 5 or so issues. Just like for many people slavery is not in a top 5 issue because many generations have already judged slavery as inhumane. So even though everyone believes slavery is not right most of us do not spend time raising the issue because we all know it is morally apprehensible.
For me, and many of my peers, the same holds for the issue of homosexuality. We have already determined that the homosexuality is not a sin and the social taboos around it ought to be removed. So we might say that homosexuality is not my generation's issue, because we have dealt with it, rather it is other generation's issue as the jury is still out on their stance.
In this light, I do not spend much energy on initiating work toward the ordination of the LGBT because I know it will happen one day. I wish it would be tomorrow, but that is not happening. It will not happen this year, but I know it will happen. I will fight for the issue today, but I know the time is not right yet for the Church to give the LGBT community the grace and love it deserves.
How do I know that? How can I be so cocky and bold to project into the future?
1) I trust in a God who is working in history to bring about the equitable Kingdom of God.
2) Gay marriage opponents are now in the minority