Is it possible to be both gay and Christian?
Joe Dallas thought so.
For six years he was both actively gay and a church-attending Christian. But deep within, he was bothered by one huge question: "Am I basing my decision to embrace the 'gay and Christian' identity on the belief that this is God's will for my life…or on the hope that this is what God might allow?" That question caused Joe to take another look: not just at what he wanted out of life-but at what God wanted for him. From this unique personal perspective on the pro-gay Christian movement, Joe provides a
In The Gay Gospel? you'll find the crucial balance between conviction and compassion and a practical guide to communicating with those who have embraced the pro-gay theology.
Harvest Houes Publishers, paperback, 265 pages.
About the author: Joe Dallas, past president of Exodus International, lectures extensively at churches and seminars and directs a biblical counseling practice in Tustin, California. He is the author of Desires in Conflict; The Gay Gospel?; and When Homosexuality Hits Home. His articles have been featured in Christianity Today, Christian Research Journal,