by Mary Pearson
by Richard Wayne Garganta - 32 pages
Do you want to believe what is written or what you have been taught is written?
One way to define spiritual maturity is when you can study differing doctrinal viewpoints enough to understand how people arrive at their conclusions. You may not agree with their conclusions, but at least you have studied it with enough objectivity to understand how they arrived at their conclusions.
Download Is GayPrejudice Taught In The Bible?
See Richard's excellent website at http://gayprejudice.com/
Gay And Chosen
by Rev. J. Terrero Rivera
This is a 39 page downloadable book by a Pentecostal Minister and mother of a born again lesbian daughter who came out when she was 18, and is now 35.
Her daughter inspired her through her testimony and walk with God that anyone can be GLBTIQ and also a chosen child of God.
Please download the ebook here.
Exploring A Fresh View Of What The Scriptures Say
A Biblical Perspective Compiled and Edited by Rev. Bob Ellis
Published by Logos Ministries, Irving, Texas.
This 23 page eBook explains why we should study Christianity and Homosexuality with chapters on:
- Spirit Controlled Behavior
- Sodom And Gomorrah
- Laws Of Moses
- I Corinthians
- Who are The Eunuchs?
- Who Can Be Saved?
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Used with Permission and Gratitude.
Please also visit Bob's website, Mercy To All.Â Â It has excellent articles.
by Rev. Kellie Rupard-Shorr
I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world. ~ John 16:33
It's just 11 pages of easy reading but packed full of important information. Contents include quick facts about:
- Adam and Eve
- Sodom and Gomorrah
- Peter's Vision
- Corinthians and Timothy
- David and Jonathan, Naomi and Ruth
- Different People
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This e-book is well-researched and meant for group study.Â It contains 10 sessions, each designed to last for one hour, and includes activities, discussion questions, related topics, and resources.
SESSION 1: __________________ Introduction
SESSION 2: __________________ Closet (hiding)
SESSION 3: __________________ Coming Out (expectations, trust, truth)
SESSION 4: __________________ Same Gender Loving (biblical examples)
Gay is OK via the Bible, because Jesus is a 16 page FREE downloadable book by Tom Minkler.
If you are a Christian who wants to favor LOVE over judgment and support gay marriage, it is easy - in fact the Bible taken as a whole actually demands that, because it all points to Jesus (as the way to know God). Homosexuality can be a test, as it speaks to our basic core as humans, and our devotion to God and what Jesus did for us (so what do we need to do for them), and itâ€™s hard to compare it to anything else. I first wrote this to be a short, simple document that gave an overview of Christian acceptance, but since everything is connected to everything it became more comprehensive.
â€śHomosexualityâ€ť and â€śHeterosexualityâ€ť arenâ€™t referring mainly to sexual actions, they refer to romantic love, which is then expressed physically.
Regardless of what anyone believes, Jesus never says itâ€™s OK to force others to believe or obey anything by force of law or government. The â€śfounding father sâ€ť based our government on the FREE WILL God gave everyone. And that includes accepting other peopleâ€™s right to it.
Please click link to download the book here.
NOTE: This book may NOT be sold for profit!
I'm Gay and It's OK is a 50 page FREE downloadable book.
Rev John Brown clarifies what the Bible actually says about homosexuality, and he deals specifically with the "clobber verses" used by many against gays. He explains the history of the church's views on homosexuality and how, for almost the first 400 years of church history, they had no problem with it, but then gradually changed.
He hopes to answer your questions, leading to reconciliation of your faith and sexual identity. It is the beginning of a different way of looking at, and understanding the Bible and God.
John's desire is for people to know the truth, get free, and become all that God made them to be.
Please download the book here
NOTE: This book may NOT be sold for profit!
Christianity and Homosexuality Reconciled is a 184 page downloadable book offered free by the author, Dr. Joseph Pearson. It also comes with a PowerPoint Presentation and as an audio series.
The PowerPoint Presentation slides for Christianity and Homosexuality Reconciled by Dr. Joseph Adam Pearson are intended to accompany his book by the same name and to facilitate group discussion for those who are reading and studying his book. These PowerPoint slides cannot be altered or modified in any way. Certainly, alternative views relative to his work may be considered during group discussion, but alternative views or changes cannot be embedded in the copyrighted PowerPoint presentation itself.
Download the Christianity and Homosexuality Reconciled book here.
Download the Christianity and Homosexuality Reconciled PowerPoint Presentation here.
Listen to and/or download the Christianity and Homosexuality Reconciled Audio Series here.
I am blessed to live in Canada where gay marriage has been legal for many years. I am further blessed that gay marriage was just the beginning, and now I am seeing advancements taking place in our elementary and secondary school systems to actively teach both staff and students about the respect that every individual and family deserves.
Literature has been compiled and laws have been passed to assure a healthy society which respects diversity of all kinds.
Specifically I am pleased that I was granted permission to make available to you the resources that are available to us.
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Embracing diversity and moving beyond tolerance to acceptance and respect will help us reach our goal of making Ontario's education system the most inclusive in the world. We believe - and research confirms - that students who feel welcome and accepted in their schools are more likely to succeed academically. We believe that everyone in our publicly funded education system - regardless of background or personal circumstances - must be welcomed and accepted, and thereby enabled to reach their highest potential.