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Is God anti-gay?: and other questions about homosexuality, the Bible and same-sex attraction (Practical and sensitive exploration of the Bible's teaching on sexuality) (Questions Christians Ask)

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He presents an excellent biblical case for there being only two options for the Christian: heterosexual marriage or celibate singleness. The introduction, conclusion, and various other autobiographical anecdotes within the book provide a glimpse into the soul of a godly gospel minister for whom homosexuality is a deeply personal issue. It can be skim-read in an afternoon, but it’s worth taking your time to absorb each chapter, to reflect, and to pray. You could easily hand it to a Christian struggling with same-sex attraction—or a church struggling with how to help its members bear that particular temptation.

I would gladly summarise much of the book in this review, but to do that would mean fewer people would read it. It has also been expanded so that it looks, first and foremost, at the extraordinary claims and promises of Jesus, before examining his teaching on sexuality and the costs and rewards of following him. the text appears to portray LGBTQ+ individuals as deeply flawed and in especially great need of “redemption” (or for Allberry, carrying one’s cross in an act of self-crucifixion).Yet Allberry rightfully insists we stick to the truths of the gospel when attempting to navigate the murky waters of gender identity. In fact, he admits that ‘God’s word to [him] on this issue at times feels confusing and difficult’ (p.

Together with an autobiographical introduction and conclusion, these chapters provide a wise way forward for Christians to be a faithful and compassionate witness to the gospel in our society. Because Allberry must reconcile the sum of the Biblical texts—not to mention articulate a consistent, linear argument from the diverse ideology within the texts—his argument’s main points are difficult to pinpoint. Anyone looking for that kind of thing would do well to read Jackie Hill Perry’s Gay Girl, Good God, as one such example. What happens if a Christian is struggling with same-sex issues, or if a homosexual becomes a Christian but is still struggling?It also challenges the current culture narrative, which inextricably ties sexuality to personal identity, and he shows that the gospel is good news for everyone, whatever their sexual orientation. Allberry is a young Christian pastor who experiences same-sex attraction (SSA) and is committed to a biblical vision for sexuality.

Allberry then continues to give advice to others who have serious questions and issues with this topic.

From this, we have a brief and informed discussion of the biblical texts especially relevant to same-sex behaviour. Christians who want to explain the Christian faith to gay friends need to know that what the Bible says about homosexuality is not the only thing they need to explain, and it is probably not the first thing, or even the main thing, they need to focus on. I really struggle with the way LGBT people are preached about in churches, and I was worried this book would follow a similar vein of confusion, poor communication and a wistful longing for days gone by - when gay people weren't out and you could still slap your secretary on the bum without ramifications. Er erklärt vom Standpunkt der historisch-grammatikalische Auslegung und macht auch deutlich wie real das für jemanden wie ihn der sich zum gleichen Geschlecht hingezogen fühlt. He speaks of sexuality as akin to a post-it note which, besides being a lame illustration, completely lacks grace.

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