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Gay Christian 101: Spiritual Self-Defense for Gay Christians - What the Bible Really Says About Homosexuality Paperback – June 27, 2007
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Presents strong scriptural proof that God loves and affirms gay Christians. GC101 is written in clear, understandable language. Gay Christian 101 - Spiritual Self-Defense For Gay Christians, defends gay Christians and gay relationships which are within the Biblical moral framework, committed, faithful, noncultic. Reasonable, scriptural, thoughtful, this book offers cultural, doctrinal, historical, linguistic and religious proof that the same sex relationships condemned in the Bible are linked to ancient fertility goddess worship. Strongly Christian and evangelical, Brentlinger honors God and the written scriptures of truth in this powerful book.
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Like a lawyer laying out its case, this books seeks to understand the "True", "WORD OF GOD." God did not write the Bible ONLY for straight people, but for ALL people to come to GOD. He who has ears...let him hear.
The misuse of scripture, shows why GOD sent HIS SON JESUS for the salvation of sinful man. IF salvation was left up to sinful man, he would twist scripture to say what he desired it to say. This is why this book is so needed today.
Excellent book! Study to understand, to grow and strenghten the inner man (spiritually). Rely on God's Word to interpet itself, not mans interpetation.
As I had communicated to the author - I only wish such a gift as this book was available to me in 1964, as a lonely, confused teenager - sure of what I was, but with no one I could dare talk to about.
But all things come in their season, and God has ordained THIS time for Rick's excellent work, and I shall be ever-grateful for it.