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Resources for church leaders: Biblical and pastoral responses to homosexuality

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This concise book presents a thoroughgoing update of Faith, Hope and Homosexuality originally published by the Evangelical Alliance in 1998. Its ten affirmations clearly set out the Evangelical Alliance position on the subject.
In explaining these affirmations it reviews biblical and scientific material and explores the pastoral outworking of an evangelical position. It wi
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Paperback, First, 144 pages
Published July 16th 2012 by Evangelical Alliance
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David Campton
I finally got round to reading this book which I had recieved as a "freebie" when it was published, whilst reading a range of publications from varying perspectives on the subject of sexuality and Christianity against the background of number of different public issues, not least the irish same-sex marriage referendum and the "Ashers Bakery" sexual discrimination cases, neither of which ultimately turned out in a way that the writers of this book would have been happy with. However, this book wa ...more
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