I read this book soon after it was published. It released me to love those in my life who are gay and it also grounded me in a biblical understanding of homosexuality. The prescription for the response of the church toward those who are struggling with same-sex attraction is spot-on. I’m delighted to re-blog this post from a blogger that I admire and an author who gives me an example of godly living.
from My Recommended Reading List (Part 2 of 12)
One of my goals for this blog in 2013 is to spotlight my “Recommended Reading List”. “Loving Homosexuals As Jesus Would: A Fresh Christian Approach” is the selection for February. To view the complete list of my favorite books on the subject of same-sex attractions, click this link. . .My Recommended Reading List
As I mentioned in an earlier post, I don’t agree with every single idea, concept or thesis discussed in every book on my list. But each selection contributes insight and understanding to the subject.
A quick acknowledgement before we start.Try not to judge this book by its cover. Literally. The term “homosexual” has pretty much fallen out of favor when used in reference to a person. In addition to being obsolete, it is also offensive to many in the LGBT community. In your interactions…
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