The Agony of Deception

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Huntington House, 1983 - Transsexualism - 288 pages
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"The Agony of Deception" is a way to take a good look into the mind of a confused young man.
If he had been born 100 years ago, someone would have loved him enough to attempt to help him through
his confusion. But since our society itself is confused, he was granted the surgery he craved.
Unfortunately, he found out the hard way that going against God's design is not the path to happiness.
Fortunately, He found mercy in the heart of God as he turned to him in repentance and faith!

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I'm the author, the sole author, and the sole copyright holder. Therefore I will make no further review. For the record, Dorothy Bakker is a friend, but she had nothing to do with this book. Neither did Ron Rigsbee. They coauthored a book about Ron Rigsbee's experiences with a gender change operation and his repentance from same. They made no inputs on THE HIDDEN DANGERS OF THE RAINBOW or my second book A PLANNED DECEPTION. I met both long after the publication of my first book.


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