Can Homosexuality Be Healed?

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Chosen Books, Jul 1, 2006 - Religion - 108 pages
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Too often, especially in the church, the subject of homosexuality causes deep misunderstanding and painful rifts. Is it really possible to believe that homosexuals did not choose that lifestyle, and yet maintain biblically that the behavior is sinful? Yes, says author Francis MacNutt, and the prayerful result leads to a new possibility: Jesus Christ can transform the homosexual's orient-ation so that he or she can actually become heterosexual.

The striking clarity and practicality of this book will guide the compassionate reader who feels intuitively (and biblically) that homosexuality is wrong but fears being labeled ignorant or "homophobic." And homosexuals who want to change will find that specific prayer brings extraordinary results.
 

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User Review  - David Connelly - Christianbook.com

This is an excellent book, giving some introductory wisdom and hope to homosexuals and those who care for them. I recommend this reading for anybody looking for hope for themselves or a loved one. I only would have liked further instruction and advice on how to deal with the healing. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
Is Change Possible?
15
The Traditional Moral Position
23
Two Common Misperceptions
33
Complex Causes and Healing Steps
43
How to Pray for Healing for
59
The Story of a Recovering Homosexual
73
To the Homosexual Who Would like
85
Can lesbians also Change
91
Resources for Further Reading
99
Organizations
105
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Francis MacNutt, (Ph.D., Aquinas Institute of Theology) and his wife, Judith, are founding directors of Christian Healing Ministries in Jacksonville, Florida. He is the best-selling author of a number of books, including The Nearly Perfect Crime and Healing, which has sold nearly a million copies in the United States alone. The MacNutts have two children.

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