I strongly support his novel, yet much needed, suggestion about "the church declaring a moratorium on official pronouncements about the orderedness or disorderedness
of homosexual orientation and behavior.
This disorderedness or diversity of human nature, amplified by the disorder of the world we inhabit, underlies the Stranger's forthcoming reflections on the rule of wisdom and the rule of law.
And he finds in this disorderedness the nonconventional but nonreductive guide for the proper use of phronesis.
Causing this diversity and variability is what might be called the disorderedness of human nature, the different and even irreducible needs which make the wholeness of the human eidos a question.
And I think that may be precisely what the church needs to do, to declare a moratorium on official pronouncements about the orderedness or disorderedness
of homosexual orientation and behavior, and to encourage a more honest and open debate, within the church, of these perplexing issues.