Move toward a Biblical Approach of Speaking the Truth in Love
In a world as divisive as ours, can Christians ever find middle ground on LGBTQ+ issues?
Perhaps, if you’re willing to marry Biblical truths with grace and love in a nonjudgmental way that the extremes on both sides of the aisles have failed to do in the past.
Peter DeHaan, a lifelong student of the Bible, does just that in The Christian Church’s LGBTQ Failure. He won’t be politically correct, but he will be Biblically correct. And he certainly isn’t afraid to speak hard truths even if it makes people uncomfortable.
His goal is to see Christians like you push past the status quo and reconsider how you practice your faith in every area of your life, including how you handle LGBTQ+ issues.
If you’re looking for a dozen reasons why churches should judge and shun LGBTQ+ people, this book isn’t for you.
But it also isn’t for readers who want to embrace a progressive stance that places secular ideals over entire passages of Scripture to be more palatable for today’s politically correct society.
In a world marked by so much division, The Christian Church’s LGBTQ Failure forces conservative Christians to examine their history of judgmentalism while still upholding Biblical standards of sexual purity and marital sanctity.
And the book urges liberal Christians to reclaim the Bible as their ultimate guide instead of elevating worldly ideals.
In this thought-provoking, insightful book, Peter DeHaan encourages Christians to speak hard truths in love.
With sensitivity and empathy, Peter combines Biblical doctrine as well as Christian grace in a volume that’s critical reading for thoughtful believers on both sides of this debate.
For a reasonable, grace-filled conversation about how loving, Bible-believing Christians should respond to LGBTQ+ people and their allies, read The Christian Church’s LGBTQ Failure.
The Christian Church’s LGBTQ Failure is available in ebook, audiobook, paperback, and hardcover. Get your copy today.
Peter DeHaan writes about biblical Christianity to confront status quo religion and live a life that matters. He seeks a fresh approach to following Jesus through the lens of Scripture, without the baggage of made-up traditions and meaningless practices.