Now you're in trouble! - see the Time Magazine piece on you. It makes you look "flexible" and trying to find what you want in the Bible.
Reply: The Time Magazine correspondant, David Van Biema, interviewed me for the piece, and did a fairly good job of summarising my already summarised article, but unless you have read my book I doubt you'll get a balanced view of what I'm saying.
The main problem with the article is 'linkage'. I'm linked with people who want to find loop-holes for divorce rather than find out what the Bible actually says, and the article hints that the same methods can be used to eventually allow homosexual practice, whereas the opposite is true (as Gagnon has convincingly shown).
As I'm sure you know, my book shows that Jesus emphasised forgiveness for broken marriage vows rather than divorce, though he allowed divorce when marriage vows are repeatedly and hardheartedly broken.
They say that no publicity is bad publicity, but only if people take the time to get behind the headlines and investigate further for themselves. Still, I can't complain, because abbreviation by the Gospels is what made Jesus' teaching on divorce so difficult!