Nothing much, at least in the churches that are arguing about it, according to Episcopal priest Fleming Rutledge at Generous Orthodoxy. The problem covers a multitude of other problems. Among her list is the uniqueness of Christ, the power of sin, and the nature of the Trinity.
Unless I am mistaken, she generally views herself sympathetic to homosexuals and wants to see them fully included in the life of the church, but very orthodox on the issues she lists on her website. She would appear to be a foil to the problem she presents in many ways.
Maybe I don’t see the sides as opposed to each other on other issues, or maybe my context has become too narrow (my recent trip to Israel with the heavily evangelical Americans reminded me just how conservative evangelicals are!).
Is there still a big gap on other issues as there is on homosexuality?