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Same Sex Marriage and Church Law: A liberal evangelical call for greater inclusivity within Christianity according to scripture By Kevin Mahoney
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In this book, layperson Kevin Mahoney argues that Christian churches should embrace same sex marriage. Although many conservative Christians reject homosexuality due to the laws of Moses, Kevin... More > points out that very few (if any) of these three-thousand-year-old Mosaic laws are upheld today, and that homophobia is contrary to the spirit and manner of our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus himself never condemned homosexuality; however, He did illuminate the hypocrisy of the Pharisees. Kevin argues that the Pharisees are very much alive today in the form of conservative Christians that proscribe homosexuality. Since most of the laws against homosexuality around the world have a religious basis, then this book's demolition of the conservative Christian argument against homosexuality will also be instructive for non-religious LGBT rights campaigners. Using the Parable of the Prodigal Son as an analogy, Kevin outlines how liberal and conservative Christians can finally agree on the divisive issue of same sex marriage.< Less
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Reading Guide to The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris (Unauthorized) By Kevin Mahoney
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This is an illustrated reading guide to Heather Morris's bestselling novel The Tattooist of Auschwitz. Although presented as a novel, Lale Sokolov's story contains important eyewitness testimony that... More > has previously not been documented in other histories of Auschwitz. There have been criticisms about the novel's historical accuracy, and Kevin Mahoney does indeed point out the factual errors in the book. Kevin argues that such errors are inevitable in a narrative of this length, derived from an oral testimony that related events that occurred many decades previously. (Lale delayed telling his story for fear of being accused of being a Nazi collaborator during Gita's lifetime.) However, there is no dispute that Lale was a tattooist of Auschwitz, for there is documentary evidence of this. Kevin Mahoney explores the various controversies surrounding the novel, and explains the historical context around Heather Morris’s depiction of Lale and Gita’s tumultuous bid to survive the horrors of Auschwitz.< Less