Resource: The Children Are Free

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The Children Are Free: Reexamining the Biblical Evidence on Same-sex Relationships by Jeff Miner, John Tyler Connoley

Digital copies of the book are available in the following languages:

The Children Are Free in Burmese (Myanmar)
The Children Are Free
in English
The Children Are Free in Luganda (Uganda)
The Children Are Free, abridged, in Malayalam (Kerala, India)
The Children Are Free, in Spanish

In The Children Are Free, Rev. Jeff Miner and Rev. John Tyler Connoley offer a comprehensive yet easy-to-read examination of the biblical evidence regarding loving same-sex relationships and God’s attitude toward them. In Chapter One, the authors lead the reader through a discussion of each of the six passages traditionally used against gay, lesbian, and bisexual people. They demonstrate how an anti-gay interpretation is a misapplication of these scriptures.

Members of Out Proud with copies of The Children Are Free in Luganda

Members of Out Proud with copies of The Children Are Free in Luganda, Uganda, July 2015.

In Chapter Two, Miner and Connoley turn our attention to the biblical stories and passages that affirm loving same-sex relationships. Did you know Jesus once met a gay person? Jesus’ loving response is just one of the well-researched stories presented in this chapter. Chapter Three asks readers to take seriously the call of Jesus to think more deeply about biblical rules.And Chapter Four calls Christians to action, making a connection between the conflicts in the early Church and those occurring within the Church today. (The foregoing description of the book was copied from Amazon.com.)

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