Letting Truth Win The Devastating War Between
Scripture, Faith & Sexual Orientation
In Homosexianity, Pastor Romell Weekly dives headlong into the mire of homosexuality and
Scripture—two things long thought to be, by their very natures, diametrically opposed to one other. With unwavering directness, he
tackles issues related to the interpretation and application of Scripture, and the cultures of society and the Church that have led to the
spiritual and physical demise of so many people who struggle to make sense of their non-heteronormative sexual identity.
Homosexianity is divided into three (3) sections, making it easy to navigate and understand. Section 1 is purely theological,
dissecting every passage commonly believed to reference homosexuality from Genesis to Revelation.
Section 2 builds upon the foundation laid in Section 1 by applying the biblical witness to the modern church and society, addressing
issues such as whether people are born gay, the place of gay people within the Church, and gay marriage.
In Section 3, Pastor Weekly exposes the gritty realism of his own personal journey from being staunchly opposed to homosexuality
because of what he believed the Bible taught on the subject, to now fully embracing it is a God-honored variation in human sexuality that is
not only perfectly natural, but is also his own sexual orientation.
This 266-page book is available in paperback (with hardcover and audiobook coming soon) at the leading
online retailer, Amazon.com.
Pastor Weekly has taught at numerous seminars, including gay-affirming. To schedule him to speak at your church or conference, visit the
"Homosexianity is easily one of the best books I've read concerning the issue of sexual orientation as it relates to the Bible and religion. In the second half, he takes you on his own journey through his theological and personal struggles with being gay and the breakthrough that drastically changed the course of his life. I was so moved by his testimony. I cannot recommend this book highly enough!!!"
"I was extremely overwhelmed with this book's contents... in a most positive way. I'm not much of a reader, so for a book to grab my attention, it has to do it within the first few pages. I managed to read the book within a few days."