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Is Being Gay a Sin?: Homosexuality, God, Religion, and Love By Juliet Jacky Hodge
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If you learned one of your friends were gay, or you had to decide whether to let a gay person participate in your church, would you stop to ask yourself, “What would Jesus do?” Juliet... More > Jacky Hodge was forced to ask herself that question when she discovered she belonged to a Bible study group made up of homosexuals. Shocked and conflicted, Juliet went on a soul-searching journey to explore an issue that has torn apart families and divided religious communities. After balancing arguments about homosexuality, praying for insight, and remembering that only God can judge, Juliet came to several surprising conclusions. Is Being Gay a Sin? provides readers with much spiritual food for thought. Juliet reveals what God’s Word says about homosexuality, and she analyzes issues of gay people being active in the church, gay marriage, and the belief that heterosexuality is somehow “better” than homosexuality. Her answers will surprise and enlighten< Less
Is Being Gay a Sin?: Homosexuality, God, Religion, and Love By Juliet Jacky Hodge
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If you learned one of your friends were gay, or you had to decide whether to let a gay person participate in your church, would you stop to ask yourself, “What would Jesus do?” Juliet... More > Jacky Hodge was forced to ask herself that question when she discovered she belonged to a Bible study group made up of homosexuals. Shocked and conflicted, Juliet went on a soul-searching journey to explore an issue that has torn apart families and divided religious communities. After balancing arguments about homosexuality, praying for insight, and remembering that only God can judge, Juliet came to several surprising conclusions. Is Being Gay a Sin? provides readers with much spiritual food for thought. Juliet reveals what God’s Word says about homosexuality, and she analyzes issues of gay people being active in the church, gay marriage, and the belief that heterosexuality is somehow “better” than homosexuality. Her answers will surprise and enlighten.< Less