Kingdom Eunuch:  A Dialogue about Sexuality and the Kingdom of God
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Kingdom Eunuch: A Dialogue about Sexuality and the Kingdom of God

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This book explores the author's suspicions that homosexual relationships and sexual behavior tend to be unhealthy. He advocates focusing on a commitment to Christianity which he thinks will lead the person either to celibacy or to a heterosexual relationship that is not primarily motivated by sex. The author is a preacher from Kansas City and is a TV co-host and radio show...more
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Published April 26th 2011 by Compel Publishing
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Tucker
As I wrote on my Amazon review: I bought this book hoping for some analysis of Matthew 19:12, the New Testament verse on eunuchs from which the book obviously gets its title. There was only a couple pages on this subject toward the very end and it provided no information of which I was not already aware. The book's real subject is Roston's accusation that gay people are personally motivated only by sex and that they tend to be a bunch of tormented, drug-addled atheist witches. At least, I think...more
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