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 Topic: New book available

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oneofmany  



Joined: 25 Aug 2010
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Physical Location: Phoenix, Arizona

Posted: 8 Jan 2011, 10:51 pm    Post subject: New book available Reply with quote

there is a new book out entitled "What would HE say". The book came about as a result of a church in Arizona leaving the ELCA over the decisions of the last congress. The decisions were to recognize GLBT monogamous relationships, and accept gay clergy who are in these relationships. This church voted to leave in protest, thereby stating its bigotry, exclusion, discrimination, and prejudice to the community in general, and the GLBTQ community specifically. The author led an unsuccessful fight to keep this church in ELCA. Take a look at Xlibris.com; go to the bookstore; and search the title. It is the second book on the list. There is an excerpt, and from the sound of it, and what I found on a blog regarding this church leaving ELCA, looks and sounds like he is a strong supporter! The blog is on Blogger.com and it pertains to La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church. Check it out.
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