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The Gospel & Sexual Orientation
The Gospel & Sexual Orientation

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Author: Michael Lefebvre, Editor
Publisher: Crown & Covenant
Binding: Paper
Pages: 67

Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: DS535

The 2010 Reformed Presbyterian Synod saw the need to provide guidance on the subject of homosexual orientation—not simply about the scriptural, scientific and moral issues, but also on caring and counseling those who self-identify as homosexual. This book is the result: intelligent and compassionate, scriptural and sound, interacting with contemporary scholarship yet presenting a practical model of how to care for and walk alongside a person who is struggling with his or her sexual identity.

We hope you will read this book, test it against what the Bible says, encourage discussion in your local church and share it with others.
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5 of 5 Informative & Accessible September 23, 2014
Reviewer: Michael Jordan Cravens from Jamestown, TN United States  
I've enjoyed having this product & reading it. It's size is not intimidating, it's written in an accessible way without watering things down, and it covers a topic of current cultural preoccupation.

All the above factors make it a great gift/purchase for anyone and especially for those that are not sure what their beliefs on the topic are or are unsure of how to articulate their beliefs. It would also be good for those that are Biblically/theologically illiterate or have their views shaped more by the masters of pop culture/media rather than independent thought & research.

I particularly liked the part about personality traits & how we should avoid stereotyping certain personality traits as masculine or feminine. This has been my view for a long time & I am glad to see it expressed in print by others. That section of the book also made me think of Jacob & Esau in a way in which I had never previously thought of them.

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