The other reason for recommending these speeches of Dr. Wright in their full context is because the GLBTIQAS community has an equal length of religious history and documentation of oppression. Gay men specifically have a unique spirituality and understanding of Divinity. When that unique perspective is exclusively celebrated without filter, it challenges the very core in a typical modern Christianity let alone other religions and faith. As Dr. Wright exemplifies in his sermons and speeches it is not deficient it is just different! Our understanding of what it means for mankind to be made in the image and likeness of a Triune Divinity, may be unique but it is not abnormal.
The historic Catholic understanding and mutual play between the three persons of the ONE DEUS for those whom may be offended by their "God" being illustrated in such fashion, sorry but it is valid!You can disagree with my view pointes all you like however before you try to deny God's perspective you might want to go back and read the stories again. Gay men and women are everywhere in Sacred Scripture and it is just a matter of recognizing us in our proper context and culture at the time. We celebrate the mysteries of faith, the journey of life, the adventure of a lifetime, exploring a different way of God's love for all mankind. We invite you to experience our perspective of that which was, is, and always will be, too!
"The Eternal Will as Father and Eternal Word as Son loved each other so much, that in by personification between them as its own entity, their own Eternal Breath as Spirit."
~Historical Doctrine of the Most Holy Trinity
The only reason you have to through a tizzy about same sex relationships is because they mirror the relationship "God" has with himself, and that also includes three ways. The only valid gripe can be achieved by misappropriating part of the 'no graven image' clause in the Decalogue (Ten Commandments).
And God saw that it was good, very good!
I guess it gives you something to think about when Elohim said,
"Let us make man in our image."?
Modern Icon of Saints Sergius and Bacchus, Martyrs, Soldiers, and Partners, 3rd Century