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Number of Pages: 85
Vendor: Good Book Company
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 7.00 X 4.33 (inches)|
Series: Questions Christians Ask
"The gospel is good news, for homosexuals too. The gospel doesn't define us by our temptations but by the righteousness of Christ. This book sets forth the biblical case. The author captures perfectly the gospel's call to repentance and offer of mercy. Read this book and consider how God is calling you to love, in word and in deed, all of those around you."
Russell D. Moore
"Empathetic and wise, learned and clear, hopeful and kind - this book by Sam Allberry is on a topic that can be very challenging. It would be helpful for just about anyone to read."
Mark Dever, Senior Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church, Washington D.C.
"Every minister should read this book and we should endeavor to get it into the hands of as many of our congregation as possible."
"Sam writes with genuine pastoral warmth out of his own personal experience. He argues convincingly that, far from being anti-gay, God loves those who experience same-sex attraction and that the gospel is good news for us too."
"This short book is outstanding. Sam Allberry handles people carefully, texts wisely and issues sensitively, and the result is a supremely helpful book on perhaps the most challenging issue western Christians face today. I highly recommend it."
"Excellent. Short, clear, kind, understanding...this needs to be widely distributed."
"This is an excellent book. It is real and sensitive, bold and biblical. It pulls no punches but is never strident or angular. Sam is clearly writing from the heart, and with a heart for Christ, his people and the world."
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Christians, the church and the Bible seem to be out of step with modern attitudes towards homosexuality. Does the Bible prohibit gay marriage? How can we oppose people who are in love, and just expressing how they were made? Can God really be anti-gay?
This short, readable book offers a positive and liberating way forward. It explains clearly and simply what we can say with certainty from the Bible about marriage, sexuality and same-sex attraction.