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
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Pastor Weekly has taught at numerous seminars, including gay-affirming. To schedule him to speak at your church or conference, visit the
"I have been ordering and reading books that deal with homosexuality and Christianity for over a year now and this must be the tenth or eleventh book that tackles the subject. The other books are wonderful in their own way but Homosexianity is the quintessential book that not only explains issues but also gives you a sense of perspective, continuation and a solid hope for the future."
"Homosexianity is the clearest and most brutally honest examination of the gospel of grace to the gay community of faith that I've ever found... This text is truly a gift of grace."