Download PDF by J. T. Hutcherson: Arguing with God: A Dialogue: Fundamentalist Christianity

By J. T. Hutcherson

ISBN-10: 1450295541

ISBN-13: 9781450295543

The conflict over the “gay query” keeps, and it’s even more than an easy war of words over sexual choice or orientation. It’s an emotionally charged factor debated by means of politicians and preachers alike that threatens to topple the home of Christianity. In Arguing with God, writer J. T. Hutcherson addresses suitable concerns that spark the talk among Christian fundamentalists and homosexuals.

Through a discussion among friends—Eli, an evangelical, fundamentalist Christian; and Jay, a non secular liberal and previous fundamentalist Christian—Hutcherson bargains an genuine dialogue approximately God, faith, bigotry, and homosexuality. Arguing with God offers opposing views at the factor of homosexuality and offers a transparent portrait of the space dividing the physique of believers.

Advance compliment for disagreeing with God

“Hutcherson is a mild within the religious and non secular darkness. He bargains an analytical offensive—a loving and proficient reaction to Christian fundamentalism. utilizing guns of theological wisdom and mature discourse, he faces the last word problem of ‘The different’ and provides solutions to younger Christians and adults estranged from the normal. He not just reveals a spot for himself, yet turns into a version for all these disenfranchised and criticized the realm around.”
—Charles ok. Bunch, PhD, writer and Transpersonal Therapist

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