Top-notch Christian philosopher, theologian, and apologist William Lane Craig has a somewhat interesting (but believable) stance on homosexuality and Christianity.
His basic contention is that whether or not a person is homosexual, he or she should not act on those desires. He essentially goes further and says that the Bible doesn't necessarily concern itself with sexual orientation but rather on sexual practice. In that sense, someone could (Craig is not making the case that people can/cannot be homosexual by orientation, he's just being hypothetical and saying if) be homosexual from their genetic make-up, but as long as he/she does not act on those genetically-based feelings in a homosexual manner, no sin is committed.
What do you guys think? Is this a fair assumption? Does orientation matter? Is homosexuality even a sin?
Please respect the stance of others; let's be mature.