The Bible in Original Languages Is Not Anti Gay - An Essential Guide for Gay and Lesbian Christians

The Bible in Original Languages Is Not Anti Gay - An Essential Guide for Gay and Lesbian Christians

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by A. Nyland
     
 
Does the Bible say it is wrong to be lesbian or gay? No, the Bible (in the original languages) does NOT say it's wrong! Learn the startling truths of what the Bible really does say about homosexuality!
There are many pro-GLBT books explaining why the Bible seems to speak against same sex relationships - yet the Bible in the original languages is NOT anti-gay at all

Overview

Does the Bible say it is wrong to be lesbian or gay? No, the Bible (in the original languages) does NOT say it's wrong! Learn the startling truths of what the Bible really does say about homosexuality!
There are many pro-GLBT books explaining why the Bible seems to speak against same sex relationships - yet the Bible in the original languages is NOT anti-gay at all.
Do you want to know what the Bible really says about being gay? Do you want to know why Sodom REALLY was destroyed? For homosexuality? Or something else entirely?
You CAN be gay and a Christian! No guilt involved!
You CAN be sure the Scriptures say nothing against homosexuality at all!
You CAN live the life you were meant to lead.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781452881232
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
05/24/2010
Pages:
80
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.17(d)

Meet the Author

Dr A. Nyland is an ancient language scholar and lexicographer who served as faculty at the University of New England, Australia. Dr Nyland is the author/translator of the world's first Gay Study Bible, "Study New Testament For Lesbians, Gays, Bi, And Transgender With Extensive Notes On Greek Word Meaning And Context."
There are many books for gay and lesbian Christians which attempt to explain away the anti-gay passages of the Bible. However, there are no anti-gay passages in the Bible! The facts are that the Bible in the original languages does not speak against gay or lesbian people at all. It is only in English mistranslation that this appears to be the case. These books, as otherwise useful as they are, base their theories on English translations of the Bible. This book is an essential guide for gay and lesbian Christians as it sets out what the Bible actually says in the original languages.

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The Bible in Original Languages Is Not anti Gay: an essential guide for Gay and Lesbian Christians 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To the below reviews, the Bible says *nothing* about just BEING gay, and keeping it to hugging and kissing. Also, this book clearly states thst the translation from the original Hebrew was more than likely incorrect. You are missing the godd@mn point by stating, 'FHFGDD BUT TEH BIBBLE AND JEGUS SAYS THA GAYNES IX RONG' because the Bible, according to this book, never really stated that. Get your heads out of your @$$es. I'm a twelve-year-old, straight Baptist and i understand the author's logic. Obviously, something went wong during your kindergarten years.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To the anonymous posting on June 9, easy does it there. We must continue to walk in love even when you are upset and passionate about what you are arguing for.
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The idea that you can comit sin and still claim to be a christian is the work of a non beliver
Paradeus More than 1 year ago
It is a lie to say the Bible says nothing about homosexuality. It is clearly condemned in the Old Testament - and not because of some failure to treat guests respectfully in Sodom and Gomorrah. It is clearly condemned when in Leviticus it is said a man should not sleep with a man as with a woman. The New Testament also condemns it, though Christ himself said nothing of it. But that silence is no sanction of it. This is not an opinion based on an English trandlation but upon Latin, Greek, and Hebrew.