Al Mohler has an outstanding response to God and The Gay Christian by Matthew Vines and it can be read here. In part Mohler writes
Readers of his book who are looking for an off-ramp from the current
cultural predicament will no doubt try to accept his argument. But the
real question is whether what Vines claims is true and faithful to the
Bible as the Word of God. But his argument is neither true nor faithful
to Scripture. It is, nonetheless, a prototype of the kind of argument we
can now expect.
...Biblical Christianity cannot endorse same-sex marriage nor accept the
claim that a believer can be obedient to Christ and remain or persist in
same-sex behaviors. The church is the assembly of the redeemed, saved
from our sins and learning obedience in the School of Christ. Every
single one of us is a sexual sinner in need of redemption, but we are
called to holiness, to obedience, and to honoring marriage as one of
God’s most precious gifts and as a picture of the relationship between
Christ and the church.
Read the entire post here.