Sexual Orientation and Genetics: An Updated Study

Gene Veith, the Provost and Professor of Literature at Patrick Henry College, just blogged about the debate on sexual orientation and genetics.  Here were the findings of Stanton L. Jones, Provost of Wheaton College:

the best contemporary scientific findings are that when one identical twin brother is gay, the probabilities of the second twin being gay are approximately 10%. This suggests that the contribution of genetics to the determination of homosexual orientation is modest at best.

Evidence homosexuality is not genetic | Cranach: The Blog of Veith.

About Doug Hankins

Although not a Christian in his youth, Doug came to believe in Jesus during his teenage years. When not playing sports or pastoring Doug is probably spending time with his wife, reading a good book, or drinking some hot tea. Doug's first book Dawson Trotman: In His Own Words is available wherever books are sold. You can follow Doug on twitter.
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  1. Sally says:

    Good blogging!

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