Did past societies condone homosexuality? This thorough study answers those who revise the message of Scripture, by using the Bible, Jewish literature, and information from ancient cultures. It provides the knowledge necessary to respond with confidence, compassion, and honesty to demands that Christians accept active homosexuality.
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De Young will arm you with irrefutable evidence and enable you to confidently argue that homosexuality is wrong and a serious threat to the family.
—Suzanne Brownlow, state director, Concerned Women for America of Oregon
A thoughtful, sensitive, thoroughly scholarly and powerful challenge to those who try to defend homosexuality. . . . Mental health workers, including counselors and psychotherapists, will find strong support in this book for their endeavors to help recovering homosexuals.
—Archibald D. Hart, dean emeritus and senior professor of psychology, School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary
Homosexuality shows convincingly that the Bible nowhere accepts homosexual practices. It is unambiguous and unequivocal.
—Clark H. Pinnock, professor of systematic theology, McMaster Divinity College
Masterful. I predict that this readable and informative treatise will be foundational for years to come.
—H. Newton Malony, senior professor of psychology, Fuller theological Seminary
De Young provides a clear assessment of pro-homosexual interpretations of biblical and extra-biblical material. His general apologetic is marked by comprehensive and cogent textual discussions which serve as the basis for his well-focused applications. In life of the public debate over the practice of adult homosexual behavior, this work deserves serious consideration.
—Herbert W. Bateman IV, professor of New Testament, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary