Can it really be as simple or as 'black vs white', as that though? Does the church know everything, wrong or right, about the will of God yet? It took a long time for the church to get round to openly admitting that slavery is 'wrong'. That was because there were plenty of 'Church people' who had amassed great wealth by the imposition of slavery on their fellow human beings, who they mostly did not recognize as 'truly human'. It is astonishing what some 'church people' will be accepting of, if it suits them. It was relatively easy for them to justify their arguments by quoting the scriptures which seemed to conveniently support their deeds. It is possible to rack up a case supposedly supporting almost anything using scripture. Even turning stones into bread or leaping from a temple pinnacle and surviving the fall, in order to get a crowd of fervent followers. Matt.4:3-11. Discerning between The Holy Spirit's prompting and the 'secular zeitgeist' of popular fashion in vogue, is a Gift of The Holy Spirit. A gift I might add that, like speaking in tongues, discernment is unfortunately not universally possessed by all believers. 1 Cor.12:30. 1 Cor.12:7-11.