Michael Kruger has written One of the Main Ways that the Earliest Christians Distinguished Themselves from the Surrounding Culture. He cites a number of second century Christian sources that show their view on sexual ethics. Here is a sampling of Kruger's post:
Albert Mohler has written Why the "Concordance Reflex" Fails in Sexuality Debates. In this post he speaks of the necessity of having a nuanced approach to the text of Scripture in order to address issues not specifically mentioned in Scripture. Here are few selections:
Is 'Transgender' in the Concordance?
Mohler goes on to discuss the issue of transgenderism in terms of the larger Biblical Theological categories: Creation, Fall, Redemption, and New Creation.