Thou Shalt Not Love: What Evangelicals Really Say to Gays

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Thou Shalt Not Love What Evangelicals Really Say to Gays Patrick Chapman is a gay christian anthropologist As a member of an evangelical church he underwent reparative therapy it s failure let him to investigate scientific and biblical evidence about homos
  • Title: Thou Shalt Not Love: What Evangelicals Really Say to Gays
  • Author: Patrick M. Chapman
  • ISBN: 9780971468627
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
  • Patrick Chapman is a gay christian anthropologist As a member of an evangelical church, he underwent reparative therapy it s failure let him to investigate scientific and biblical evidence about homosexuality Distilled from his experience, this critique of evangelical views broadens the debate with insights drawn from disparate cultures, zoology, genetics, evolution, psPatrick Chapman is a gay christian anthropologist As a member of an evangelical church, he underwent reparative therapy it s failure let him to investigate scientific and biblical evidence about homosexuality Distilled from his experience, this critique of evangelical views broadens the debate with insights drawn from disparate cultures, zoology, genetics, evolution, psychology, Bible studies, and the current controversy over gay marriage.
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    If I weren t on his side this book might make me mad Not mad because he wasn t on my side, but made because he s so absolute about what the bible REALLY says Of course his point is to highlight gray areas so it s a bit faulty to speak in such absolutes rather than to revel in the complexities of reading ancient literature in translation.Having said all that, it s moving and inspiring, and a book that must be read by people sitting on the fence on this issue It s too absolute, I think, for very a [...]

    This is probably the best book I ve ever read that provides a reasoned, reasonable response to a certain brand of evangelical that views homosexuality as a sin, a lifestyle choice , and a threat to the family It gives a concise, easy to read overview of the major arguments advanced by both sides of the debate on homosexuality, including the scientific, theological, and historical I think it also can help those who are not gay understand what those who are go through dealing with institutionalize [...]

    This is a comprehensive rebuttal of the conservative evangelical view of homosexuality It brings together all the research on biological causes, addresses the clobber passages and the cultural context of the Bible, looks at anthropological evidence for same sex relationships in other cultures and in nature and at the gay marriage question You get bits and pieces of these arguments elsewhere but for me, this really brought it all together in one place.

    Very, very informative Unfortunately, the people who really need to read this book probably won t read it and, if they do, will refuse to consider all the arguments the author makes, despite the incredible amount of research and evidence finding he did.

    An excellent, scientific, and logic book concerning irrational homophobia in the church and why it doesn t make any sense.

    Well researched and easy to read Takes on the distortions of evangelical Christian leaders in their own words and refutes them with biology, Bible, and anthropology.

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