Contrary to the first comment, Dr. DeYoung does deal with many aspects of scripture, which, by definition, requires matching scripture against scripture (which the commentor called "rationalizing") and then shows, or misleads potential readers, by referencing Jude 1:7. The Greek words in that scripture, generally translated "strange flesh" are "Heteros" (meaning "different kind") and "sarks" (meaning "flesh"). Most folks recognize "hetero-sexual" as people that are attracted to a different gender. A reading of the Sodom story indicates that Lot's daughters were offered (something for a different conversation) to the men at his door. The Sodom passage clearly indicates that the angels appeared as male. A wild stretch would be that the rioters knew that the "men" were angels and desired to "know" them - calling for the Jude passage using "strange" in its translation but this seems highly unlikely seeking the truth. Nevertheless, the facts recorded in scripture are that men desired to have relations with men.The commentor does forget to mention many things, such as the fact that Paul actually created more than 100 words (126, if I remember correctly) in his writings and his use of the Old Testament (which includes referencing the Septuagint for Greek references) some which his Greek speaking audience would understand as meaning men with men, or women with women.
I thought this book might have some real answers, but it's nothing but rationalization. He even tries to rationalize Scripture, but doesn't even take on verses like Jude 7 which blows his whole argument away! Don't waste your time or your money.