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What God Has Joined Together: The Christian…

What God Has Joined Together: The Christian Case for Gay Marriage

by David G. Myers, Letha Dawson Scanzoni (Author)

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Same sex marriage continues to be a hot-button issue, especially for people of faith. This concise book would examine in an accessible way the social scientific and biblical dimensions of this issue that continues to capture headlines and ignite people-s passions on both sides. By affirming marriage-for all-The Sex War Solution concurs with conservatives-s call for marriage renewal and a more marriage-supporting culture. And it concurs with liberal-s affirmation of everyone-s right, regardless of sexual orientation, to seal love with commitment and to full participation in the life of the church. These former HSF authors have the right credentials for such a book, and as heterosexual evangelicals have credibility in markets that might not pick up one of the several books on this topic written by gay or lesbian authors.

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