A Christian Lesbian Journey

“A Christian Lesbian Journey” by Darlene Bogle  Darlene had been Directing an Exodus Referral Ministry for 10 years when she met and fell in love with Des. This story shares her exit from Exodus and how she came to embrace and understand God’s unconditional love and acceptance of all LGBT people. The twelve years of…

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Wondrous Love

Go to this Review on Amazon & Vote “Helpful” at end of the Review Reading “Wondrous Love” By David J Harvey is like sitting across the table from a very excited and passionate friend wanting to share so much with you. David’s writing resembles his speaking voice–excited to share bits of wonderful news and thrilled…

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Love is an Orientation

REVIEW NOT ON AMAZON “Love is an Orientation” by Andrew Marin This book is an “acceptable” read for most Christians because it will not challenge any Scriptural beliefs on the verses attributed to the discussion of Homosexuality and Christianity.  Andrew recounts the story from being fairly homo-stressed to accepting when several of his college friends came…

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Stranger at the Gate

REVIEW NOT ON AMAZON “Stranger at the Gate” by Mel White An excellent read. Once I started it, I became so involved in the story , I could not stop reading.  This book made it very easy to put myself in Mel’ssituation and try to understand being a gay Christian and a gay person.  Stranger at…

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Transparently: Behind the Scenes of a Good Life

Go to this Review on Amazon & Vote “Helpful” at end of the Review Transparently: Behind the Scenes of a Good Life by Lisa Salazar is a compelling and intimate narrative of a person bearing her soul to a close friend. At times, the story is painful, but one has to expect that transitioning from one…

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The Bible, Christianity & Homosexuality

REVIEW NOT ON AMAZON “The Bible, Christianity & Homosexuality” by Justin Cannon  The Bible, Christianity and Homosexuality provides a crisp, concise overview of a subject which continues to stir controversy in the modern church. Short, easy read. Cannon writes from the position of a Christian who also happens to be gay and reconciles his gay…

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Thou Shalt Not Love: What Evangelicals Really Say to Gays

REVIEW NOT ON AMAZON “Thou Shalt Not Love” by Dr. Patrick Chapman Provides a thorough and scholarly rebuttal to arguments Evangelicals use against homosexuals and same-sex marriage. Highlights the arguments and misleading information used by the Religious Right. Includes the latest science on what causes homosexuality and if it can be changed, and cultural evidence of…

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What the Bible Really Says About Homosexuality

Helminiak, a Roman Catholic priest, has done careful reading in current biblical scholarship about homosexuality. While cautioning against viewing biblical teaching as “the last word on sexual ethics,” he stresses the need for accurate understanding of what the biblical “facts” are and concludes that “the Bible supplies no real basis for the condemnation of homosexuality.”…

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Homosexianity: Letting Truth Win The Devastating War Between Scripture, Faith & Sexual Orientation

REVIEW NOT ON AMAZON “Homosexianity:  Letting Truth Win The Devastating War Between Scripture, Faith & Sexual Orientation” by Pastor Romell Weekly (2009).  One of the clearest, most easily understood reads on the subject of Homosexuality and the Bible written by a dear friend of mine, Pastor Romell Weekly.  Romell was a married man, pastoring a church in…

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