Compassion without Compromise: How the Gospel Frees Us to Love Our Gay Friends Without Losing the Truth
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. He is the president and founder of Borderlands, a worldview ministry, and serves on the board of RCA Integrity, a renewal movement in the Reformed Church in America. Adam T. Ron lives with his wife, Amy,in Orland Park, IL. Adam lives with his wife, Jennifer, and four sons in Middleville, Michigan.Ron Citlau (MDiv, Western Theological Seminary) is the lead pastor of Calvary
Two pastors offer compassionate, biblical answers about homosexuality and practical, real world advice on how to think and talk about this controversial issue with loved ones.
Todd Hunter, Anglican bishop, pastor of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, and author of Our Favorite Sins "Both the church and culture are being ripped apart by the homosexuality issue. Born of life in the real world, their efforts are profound yet conveyed with a light touch that makes a tough subject an enjoyable read."--Andrew Comiskey, founder/executive director, Desert Stream/Living Waters Ministries"Compassion Without Compromise seeks to be candid help on a difficult topic: the complex variations of modern sexual brokenness. From the Back CoverLoving, Biblical Answers on HomosexualityIn the next year at least one of these things will happen in your life:• A family member will come out of the closet and expect you to be okay with it. They also tell the story of Ron's personal journey from same-sex attraction and sexual brokenness to heali
"This is a great resource in our current culture" according to Denise Robison. Book arrived very quickly. This is a great resource in our current culture.. "A good beginning, but incomplete" according to Amazon Customer. Compassion without compromise. It's an idea that I find difficult to implement. While moral lines are easy to find solid Biblical ground on, moral issues in the political arena come with less ease. In their book on homosexuality, Adam T. Barr and Ron Citlau provided some good Biblical arguments to influence my thinking on the purpose of marriage. But while I agree wholeheartedly with their main premise, I take issue with some of their book. I have yet to find a book on this . Bradley L Kautz said Believing that the Good News of Jesus can change any life. How should people and churches faithfully engage the gospel of Jesus Christ in a culture that is awash with the normalization of homosexuality? That is the question that is answered by pastors Adam Barr and Ron Citlau in Compassion Without Compromise. Barr and Citlau both serve as pastors of congregation lying within the Reformed tradition and they readily affirm the primacy of scripture in speaking truthfully to all of life. Believing that the Good News of Jesus can change