Homosexuality: Speaking the Truth in Love

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P & R Publishing, 2000 - Social Science - 40 pages
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?Homosexuality is the hot issue of the day, ? says Edward T. Welch in this booklet. ?Even more than abortion, it will confront the church throughout this generation, forcing us to listen, study, and respond wisely.? How can we answer claims that the Bible does not prohibit committed homosexual relationships? Or that science proves that homosexuality is genetic, not a chosen lifestyle? Welch supplies us with timely biblical and biological insight into homosexuality. Just as importantly, he calls us to examine our attitudes in order to minister to homosexuals truthfully, compassionately, humbly, and persuasively.

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Review: Homosexuality: Speaking the Truth in Love (Resources for Changing Lives)

User Review  - Moses Flores - Goodreads

An uncompromisingly Christian approach to the issue of homosexuality. This book is useful in examining arguments and consequences of accepting pro-homosexual arguments by the Church. Very useful and written in a humble tone. Read full review

Review: Homosexuality: Speaking the Truth in Love (Resources for Changing Lives)

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

It addresses the topic without getting hateful, which is always a plus, but near the end it claims that all scientific data should be understood within the context of what the Bible says, which occurs ... Read full review

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EDWARD T. WELCH (M.Div., Biblical Theological Seminary; Ph.D. in counseling psychology, University of Utah) is director of counseling at the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation and professor of practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary. He is author of Blame It on the Brain and When People Are Big and God Is Small, and the contributes frequently to the Journal of Biblical Counseling.

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