I firmly believe this to be a moral problem because on issues of homosexuality the idea of love the sinner, hate the sin appears to be inherently contradictory. For instance, if one has homosexual tendencies and those tendencies actualize in concrete behavior and are unforced, then the Christian notion would imply that both the sin and sinner are actually hated. Since homosexuality is rejected in Christianity it is safe to say that many Christians who hate the lifestyle would in fact hate the person within the lifestyle. Ypu cannot separate lifestyle from the person just as you cannot separate hip-hop from one who is immersed in the culture of Hip-Hop. I find this piece of Christian philosophy problematic.