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  • Paperback: 560 pages
  • Publisher: Emmaus Ministries; 2 edition (July 8, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0945778015
  • ISBN-13: 978-0945778011
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,267,194 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful By James L. White on August 19, 2006
Format: Paperback
I found in reading this very expansive and well documented book, that I was very naive with regard to this whole topic. Dr. Fox gives a through study on the topic of not only homosexuality, but the larger issue of Pansexuality, which includes all the other perversions known to mankind. He looks at the broader spectrum of our nation and what has and is happening in the USA with regard to not only morality, but the whole educational system. He also tell of the difficulty in trying to minister to the homosexual lifestyle and how it is almost a catch 22 situation. He investigates the cultural, Biblical, medical, and psychological evidence for and against a pansexual lifestyle. Personally, having been involved in the Healing Ministry for over 35 years, at the end of reading this book, I ask myself three questions: 1. Is God in favor of disease and suffering? 2. Is God in favor of promoting death, and the spread of death? 3. Is God in favor of this lifestyle? It is a book that takes a few days to "get over". Some parts are very graphic, and certainly Adult in content, but he does not fudge around the facts. It is an eye opener!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Philip Edwin Reed on May 27, 2013
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I had not heard of Earle Fox when I ordered the book; the Road To Emmaus website seems disorganized, so I did not know what to expect. What I have found is a detailed Cosmological / Worldview treatment of the Biblical Way-of-Living, with emphasis on sexuality and primary focus on homosexuality. Fox is readable, thorough, and expert.

I teach a Worldview course on Mass Media, and Fox and Dennis Prager have helped me organize my syllabus. That's a big plus.

I recommend Fox's book to the eager-to-learn; the faint-of-heart need not spend the money. This is 'thick' documentation and Christians need to grapple with it and step-up in the time of the SCOTUS decisions on Prop. 8 & Marriage for homosexuals.
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7 of 12 people found the following review helpful By "drivertyler" on March 11, 2003
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Don't read this book if you:
1. Expect it to be all about homosexuality.
2. Expect an "easy read" to reinforce your position.
Do read it if you:
1. Are willing to seek the truth.
2. Are willing to be challenged.
3. Would enjoy a comprehensive review of the Faith and the evolving of our societal problems.
4. Are looking for an extensive resource guide.
The authors have done a masterful job of presenting a history and analysis of our present situation in such a manner that anyone with a bit of discipline and average intelligence can not only follow, but gain significant insights.
The book is an excellent review of the faith, and supplies practical guidelines and tactics for engaging in defense of Kingdom positions. There are helps for review and discussion of the material, which makes it a natural as a group study.
Pick up a copy if you are not of the faint hearted genre.
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5 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Avid Reader on November 15, 2003
Format: Paperback
This book is about much more than the title suggests. It is an illuminating, fascinating read, filled with the everyday commonsense truths that one may not even realize are connected to the Christian world view. Ultimately, its a book about the importance of America to the world as a nation founded on and governed by Judeo-Christian principles, including the redress of our wrongs. He shows how we started to depart from the Christian world view during the beginning of the sexual revolution and how we got to the point that we are now experiencing repression of Christian belief, and the suppression of our basic rights to free expression.
As one who was born after WWII, I grew up with some ideas about Jesus and Christianity, but with no comprehensive understanding of what it all means, how it really impacted on the founding of America, and how it really is the basis of a civilized and good society, striving always for truth and justice. This book eludidates the practical aspects of our Christian underpinnings that we will lose at our peril. It also describes rationally how families reflect God's creation and the importance of healthy sexuality in a way that is accessible even to kindergartners, at its most basic level, yet is still interesting and illuminating to teens, adults and parents.

Never having bought into the sexual revolution, it is perhaps easier for me to recognize the truth and reasonableness of this book, but I think it is accessible to all who are willing to read it with an open mind.
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5 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Avid Reader on November 15, 2003
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Homosexuality: Good and Right in the Eyes of God?
by F. Earle Fox, David W. Virtue

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This book is about much more than the title suggests. I find the title somewhat off-putting, and would recommend it be changed, but the book is an illuminating and fast read, filled with the everyday commonsense truths that many readers may not initially realize are connected to the Christian worldview. Ultimately, it's a book about the importance of America to the world as a nation founded largely upon Judeo-Christian principles, including the redress of our wrongs. He shows how Americans started to depart from the Christian world view during the sexual revolution and how we got to the point that we are now experiencing repression of Christian belief, and the suppression of our basic rights to free expression.

As an early Boomer, I grew up with some understanding of Jesus and Christianity, but with no comprehensive understanding of what it all means, how it really impacted on the founding of America, and how it really is the basis of a civilized society that strives for authentic truth and justice. This book eludidates the practical aspects of our Christian underpinnings that we may lose at our peril. It also describes rationally how families reflect God's creation and the importance of healthy sexuality in a way that is accessible even to young children, at its most basic level, yet also interesting and illuminating to teens, adults and parents.

Never having bought into the sexual revolution, it is perhaps easier for me to recognize the truth and reasonableness of this book, but I think it is accessible to all who are willing to read it with an open mind.
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