"The Heritage of the Reformation" was the theme at this year's annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, where Southern Baptists delivered nearly a third of the gathering's presentations and Trinity International University President David Dockery was elected president." BPNews
That is the first time I have ever heard of an ETS member openly supporting gay marriage in a presentation. Second, after the presentations, the moderator said that the papers represented a good range of “evangelical” opinion on the subject of marriage. Apparently, he even included Gushee’s presentation within the pale of evangelical possibilities. ...It seems that there are some ETS members who regard support for gay marriage as an evangelical option. Moreover, the sexual binary of Genesis 1:27 seems to be up for grabs as well.
"The impression I get from reading the articles, books, and blog postings of Evangelicals and with talking to ETS members is that the majority of the ETS membership either supports expanding the understanding of inerrancy in order to allow denial of historicity or will not oppose expanding that understanding." Scholarship, Separation, and ETS (6)