Gay Conversations with God: Straight Talk on Fanatics, Fags and the God Who Loves Us All [NOOK Book]

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Representing a first in gay and Christian publishing, this provocative book presents a complete reversal of thought and action, contending that God loves homosexuals without attempting to refute scripture references. The study confronts its subject with a quirky sense of humor in the spirit of the “bedtime story,” providing a rare, evangelical Christian volume addressed directly to the gay community. Unorthodox in its presentation, this guide speaks the language of those who may feel abandoned, condemned, and ...
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Gay Conversations with God: Straight Talk on Fanatics, Fags and the God Who Loves Us All

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Overview

Representing a first in gay and Christian publishing, this provocative book presents a complete reversal of thought and action, contending that God loves homosexuals without attempting to refute scripture references. The study confronts its subject with a quirky sense of humor in the spirit of the “bedtime story,” providing a rare, evangelical Christian volume addressed directly to the gay community. Unorthodox in its presentation, this guide speaks the language of those who may feel abandoned, condemned, and damned while avoiding reinterpretations of scriptural passages, making the gospel accessible to a younger, free-spirited generation. Spearheading a volatile topic with candor and grace, it reframes the never-ending question, Is homosexuality a sin? and instead asks the gay community for a cease-fire—to forgive, love, and help put a stop to a cultural war being waged in the world.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781844099795
  • Publisher: Findhorn Press
  • Publication date: 4/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 767,794
  • File size: 902 KB

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  • Posted August 29, 2012

    This is not a politically correct book, but often the raw truth

    This is not a politically correct book, but often the raw truth isn’t
    easy to hear. James Alexander Langteaux is a television producer who
    worked for Christian broadcasting networks alongside several notable
    evangelists, including Pat Robertson. But while spreading the good news,
    Langteaux was leading a double life: he is a gay man who loves God. A
    Bible passage about Peter led Langteaux to a personal revelation: God
    breaks the rules to welcome outsiders in. In his own irreverently funny
    yet heartbreakingly honest way, Langteaux points out the rejection of
    the gay community in specific by the Christian fundamentalist
    establishment and in general by society. The emotional toll of being
    told that he is an abomination in the eyes of God almost broke
    Langteaux, but from his despair arose his own gospel of hope: God is
    madly and passionately in love with all of his kids — gay, straight or
    somewhere in between. Boldly and without apology, Gay Conversations with
    God welcomes all people of faith into the fold, right where they belong.
    — Vicky Thompson, New Connexion Journal

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