Desires in Conflict

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Harvest House Publishers, 2003 - Social Science - 247 pages
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For more than a decade, Desires in Conflict has been the definitive "must-read" for those who wonder "Can a homosexual change?" This new edition with updated information offers more compelling reasons why the answer is "yes!"

"I read Desires in Conflict for the first time when I was 19...More than a decade later, I am free of desires that once held me captive, strong in my faith, married to my amazing wife, Leslie, and currently the Executive Director of Exodus International, North America. The Lord used Desires in Conflict to help guide me out of homosexuality. Joe Dallas has eternally impacted a generation of young people like me."

Alan Chambers
Executive Director
Exodus International

  

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User Review  - Aerow - LibraryThing

A silly little book by a hetero-wannabe fooling himself and everyone who's "interested" in changing their sexuality. Do yourself a favor and spend the money on some beer at the nearest gay bar. Read full review

Review: Desires in Conflict: Hope for Men Who Struggle with Sexual Identity

User Review  - guy weale - Christianbook.com

I think that this book is great for all people to read. The way that Mr. Dallas explains the impact of perception versus the reality of the enviorment one may have been in growing up is really ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
Motivation and Expectations
43
Three
57
Four
73
Five
91
Seven
135
Eight
157
Nine
177
Appendix
201
Appendix
209
Appendix Three
229
Notes
239
Suggested Reading and Resources
245
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About the author (2003)

Joe Dallas, past president of Exodus International, lectures extensively at seminars and directs a biblical counseling practice in California. His articles have been featured in Christianity Today, Christian Research Journal, and the Journal of the Christian Association of Psychological Studies

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