"A touching, intense memoir describing the author's dual life as a gay man and "Holy Roller" on the religious right. Though the author makes his case a bit too repeatedly (especially in the final chapters), his retelling of his personal experience is quite detailed and insightful."
"A sort of "Gay FAQ," this volume approaches homosexuality from an arguably secular viewpoint. The wealth of questions and answers found inside, however, would most likely be useful to any person or family trying to more deeply understand the thoughts, feelings, and attitudes of their gay friend or relative."
"A 1993 documentary combining street interviews, historical footage, expert commentary, and leaders on both sides of controversial "ex-gay" therapies. While the selection of interviewees seems more balanced than most other films, it becomes obvious that more of those shown oppose these techniques than those that support them."
"An inspiring story of a gay Christian couple and their journey as a pop duo reaching out to churches and youth. There is a particularly good segment in which their parents talk about how they love and support their sons and how their religious views have been adjusted."
"Though it promotes very pro-gay conclusions, this antagonistic book does little to provide questioning Christians with good information about their faith. The scholarship focus on biblical culture and language is interesting, but leaves much to be desired in terms of "reaching across the aisle" to more conservatively-minded readers. Not recommended."
"The author purports to provide Christians with solid, biblical answers to their many questions about gays. While he does offer some very good bits (this isn't your fault, work to preserve the relationship), it clings fast to the belief that homosexuality is a terrible sin. An interesting read for fundamentalists, yet an infuriating tirade for those more open-minded."