Bill Muehlenberg has recently been in Rome, which is why he's been a bit quiet over on his gay-hate site for the past few weeks. He's just posted up Schaeffer, Art and the Christian to tell his disciples about his vacation.
He seems to have spent the entirety of his holiday taking in art. The picture he's used in his post is of Michelangelo's David - one of the most homoerotic pieces in art history. The statue, by gay artist Michelangelo, is a tribute to the perfection of the male body.
He mentions a few other artists, most of whom were also gay, and then claims that everything they produced was "Christian" art. Even though he regularly argues that one can't be gay and Christian. Apparently they can when it's convenient, or when they're long dead. Go figure.
Anyway, it's an odd claim coming from a man who spends his holiday gorping at the naked male form.
Well, they do say that the worst forms of homophobia are triggered by self-hate.