What the Bible Really Says about Homosexuality

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Alamo Square Press, 1994 - Bible and homosexuality - 121 pages
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Top scholars--such as Yale history professor John Boswell and New Testament professors L. William Countryman of Berkeley and Robin Scroggs of Union Theological Seminary--show that those who perceive Bible passages as condemning homosexuality are being misled by faulty translation and poor interpretation.

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User Review  - Julie Morrow - Goodreads

So far, I feel the writer is very informed. He has obviously done his research by studying the etymology of the old Hebrew and Greek words in an attempt to extrapolate the original meaning of biblical texts that have often been utilized to condemn homosexuality. Read full review

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User Review  - Collin Flake - Goodreads

I opened this book expecting a scholarly, if brief, overview of the defense of homosexual relationships based in scripture. But it turns out the title of Helminiak's book, complete with italics and ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
9
Three The Sin of Sodom
35
Five Purity Concerns in the Christian Testament
55
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Helminiak holds Ph.D.'s in both psychology and theology. He was ordained a priest of the Roman Catholic Church in 1967 and is incardinated in the Diocese of Pittsburgh, PA.

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