For this generation of Christians in the western world, sexuality is the battle being waged in the culture Traditional marriage is out the window and every manner of sexual perversity is being pushed as good and healthy and normal on TV, in the movies, by the mainstream media, and by the fathers of our city and nation At the forefront of this battle is homosexuality.It s easy for Christians to see the enemy out there to see all the ways that the modern tolerance machine is tearing down the bulwark of God s moral law But what if the culture doesn t lead the church What if the church leads the culture What if the real responsibility lies with us The Grace of Shame exposes the errors the church has made on sexuality over the last several decades, from failing to understand the sin of effeminacy to promoting the gay Christian movement With reverence for the church universal, and a keen prophetic eye for the sins and failures of our modern church, this book exposes all the ways we have allowed this sin to triumph in the culture at large, and offers hope for the future....
|Title||:||The Grace of Shame: 7 Ways the Church Has Failed to Love Homosexuals|
|Publisher||:||Warhorn Media September 4, 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||180 pages|
|File Size||:||797 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Grace of Shame: 7 Ways the Church Has Failed to Love Homosexuals Reviews
Out of any book recently published on the topic of the Church & homosexuality this is the greatest work that I have read. This might sound like quiet a sell, so let me elaborate.
I anticipated before purchasing this book that it would be something of a theological food fight. I'm not using that term in a pejorative sense. I meant it in the sense of Luther vs. Erasmus in Bondage of the Will, or St. Paul writing in Galatians. The good kind of fighting. I expected lots of kitchen sink throwing.
Imagine me rooting through the attic of my mind, finding a box marked "Superlatives (Good)," and dumping them indiscriminately all over this book. I've never read better teaching on the subject. Ever. Bayly's book is wise, hard-hitting and the timeliest book I've read in years.
An excellent book.