Is God Anti-Gay?
Modern attitudes toward homosexuality seem at odds with the traditional views held by Christians, the church, and the Bible. As a result, many have questions about whether God is homophobic and how Christians should interact with individuals who experience same-sex attraction, whether they are a part of the church or not.
In Is God Anti-Gay?, Sam Allberry offers a concise and accessible guide for Christians seeking to understand what the Bible says about homosexuality. Drawing on personal experience, Allberry presents a positive and constructive approach to the debate and aims to help Christians navigate the issue with compassion and grace.
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