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Us versus Us

Us versus Us

The Untold Story of Religion and the LGBT Community

by Andrew Marin

"This big-hearted, richly textured book will shatter stereotypes and help us all think better. And love better, too." --Jonathan Rauch, Senior Fellow, the Brookings Institution

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

Andrew Marin brings the startling findings of his largest-ever scientific survey of the religious history, practices, and beliefs of the LGBT community.

Read an Excerpt From

Read an Excerpt From "Us versus Us"

"Love can still heal wounds. Love can still conquer hate. Love can still change the world. Even today."

Praise for

Praise for "Us versus Us"

"The groundbreaking research behind 'Us versus Us' changes the conversation between the LGBT community and the church." -Wm. Paul Young, bestselling author

Author Q&A: Andrew Marin

Author Q&A: Andrew Marin

My greatest hope is that the groundbreaking statistics behind Us Versus Us will refocus the LGBT and conservative religious culture war away from well-rehearsed talking points that divide and onto generalizable facts that unite.

Connect With Author Andrew Marin on Facebook

Connect With Author Andrew Marin on Facebook

Marin aims to build bridges between the LGBTQ community and the church. Follow him here.

Infographic: The Untold Story of Religion and the LGBT Community

Infographic: The Untold Story of Religion and the LGBT Community

Important findings of Marin's research are presented here.

Book Roundtable: Continue the Conversation with our Bloggers

"Us Versus Us" – LGBT, Pope Francis, and Religion

Adam Ericksen

I'm grateful for "Us Versus Us." It is an eye opening book that will help us accompany one another a little better.

Is a Traditional Sexual Ethic Intrinsically Harmful?

Is a Traditional Sexual Ethic Intrinsically Harmful?

Preston Sprinkle

How you believe is just as important as what you believe.

Theology Matters to LGBTQ Persons

Theology Matters to LGBTQ Persons

Bruce Epperly

Andrew Marin has provided a good pathway to a more inclusive evangelical faith.

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