On the other hand, Brooten notes that Clement of Alexandria likely interpreted Rom 1: The First Epistle to the Corinthians. William O Walker Jr. He was asked about a man and his wife, and he responds accordingly, by referring to male and female. They get this idea from, well, reading the Bible. Faithful Conversation:
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Most interpreters assume that, due to the analogy with same-sex lust between males, Paul is referring to female same-sex behavior. Sometimes it did, but certainly not always. Therefore, we cannot be certain that First Corinthians 6:
The predominant forms of same-sex behavior in the ancient world were sex between masters and slaves, sex between adult men and adolescent boys, and prostitution.