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  - 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

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User Review  - Paul Froehlich - Goodreads

Daniel Helminiak analyzes all seven Biblical texts on homosexuality. He concludes his analysis this way: “The Bible takes no direct stand on the morality of homo-genital acts as such nor on the ... 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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