Get equipped to respond truthfully and graciously to the topic of homosexuality and to those who are a part of the LGBT community. Sean McDowell examines some of the preliminary issues, such as whether or not homosexuality is a gospel issue, whether or not homosexuality is the unforgiveable sin, and why many people have adopted the revisionist view of homosexuality. Gain profound insight and practical advice while applying biblical evidence to common objections to pertinent passages in Genesis, Romans, and 1 Corinthians.
Dr. Sean McDowell is assistant professor of Christian apologetics at Biola University. He also teaches a high school Bible class, which gives him exceptional insight into the prevailing culture that he can impart to fellow educators, pastors, and parents alike. In 2008 he received the Educator of the Year award for San Juan Capistrano, California. The Association of Christian Schools International has awarded Exemplary Status to his apologetics training, and he is listed among the top 100 apologists. McDowell graduated summa cum laude from Talbot Theological Seminary with a double master’s degree in theology and philosophy and earned a PhD in apologetics and worldview studies from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
McDowell has appeared as a guest on radio shows such as Family Life Today, Point of View, Stand to Reason, Common Sense Atheism, and The Hugh Hewitt Show. He is the author, coauthor, or editor of over eighteen books, including A New Kind of Apologist, Same-Sex Marriage: A Thoughtful Approach to God’s Design for Marriage, and Is God Just a Human Invention? He has written several books with his father, Josh McDowell, including The Unshakable Truth and More Than a Carpenter. He is the general editor for the Apologetics Study Bible for Students and has contributed to YouthWorker Journal, Decision Magazine, and the Christian Research Journal. Follow the dialogue with Sean McDowell as he blogs regularly at seanmcdowell.org.
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