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By Nate Collins,Wesley Hill

What does it suggest to be homosexual ... and a Christian? starting with how the Bible describes intercourse and gender in Genesis 1-2, writer Nate Collins offers a theological framework for referring to sexuality to gender id. He unpacks biblical thoughts like hope, lust, and temptation, and applies them to trendy constructs like sexual allure and orientation.

In addition, Collins explores the subject of identification, targeting elements of non-public id which are valuable to the adventure of Christian gender minorities. He appears to be like at what the Scripture says concerning the formation and serve as of Christian id, highlighting numerous theological and sociological tensions.

Finally, Collins helpfully outlines a theology of reconciliation that demanding situations the Church to envision the stumbling blocks that inhibit Christian cohesion and calls instantly and non-straight believers alike to styles of Christian obedience that appreciate and honor their similarities and ameliorations. He writes for believers who've a standard sexual ethic and offers a compelling imaginative and prescient of gospel flourishing for homosexual and non-straight individuals.

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