After beign shouted at by both sides, Dr. Al Mohler attempted to clear up misconceptions many had about his earlier column about homosexuality and the unborn.

The part that I thought most appropriate for our discussion here is the following remark dealing with genetic “cures:”

Other articles and reports claimed that I suggested that homosexuality may be genetic in origin and that genetic therapies should be used to create customized and corrected babies. I never even mentioned genetic therapies or germ-line experiments, and I am adamantly opposed to genetic therapies of such a sort — real or hypothetical. Reading these reports and headlines was a painful and exasperating experience. If I believed those things attributed to me, I would not agree with myself and would condemn myself.

Anyone care to apologize for saying that Mohler supported genetic tampering?