Finally, Christians Can Come out the Closet

Kevin Deyoung’s book, What Does the Bible Really Teach about Homosexuality will help many of us Christians come out of the closet.

In his introduction, Deyoung declares that the Bible is not a book about homosexuality but it does have something say about homosexuality. He unapologetically states, “This is a Christian Book with a narrow focus, defending a traditional view of marriage.” (p.15) This does not mean that it is not a book for those who have a different view, on the contrary, those who have a different view should read why most Christians feel so strongly about this issue.

Deyoung looks at most of the Scriptures that deal with homosexuality and defines the words in their cultural and theological context. The great thing about this book is though it explores the Greek language, it is not difficult to understand. You don’t need to know Greek to understand this book. Deyoung is able to write about this politically-charged subject with compassion and wisdom. He stayed away from the legal, political, scientific, cultural and educational controversies surrounding homosexuality…”(p.137) until the very end.

Christians in the closet? What? Why?

Yes, because of the supreme court decision to legalize, so-called gay marriage, because of the social pressure to fit in, because the governor of New York declared that those who believe in traditional marriage should leave New York, and legislation by President Obama to silence dissenting voices, Bible-believing Christians have jumped right into the closet and shut to door. Our voices silenced. But armed with this book, we can shout, “I’m Coming Out!”

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We think this book was so essential for understanding this subject that for a limited time, we are offering a free copy to any one who is interested in understanding the Christian perspective. Please let us know in the comment section.

 

Brian L. Spivey – Disciple of Christ

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