“UNFAIR: Why the ‘Christian’ View of Gays Doesn’t Work” now available in paperback

This new book o’ mine/ours is now available in paperback.

(Sorry if earlier yesterday you saw here a longish post about UNFAIR being on sale that was … well, a raw draft no one was supposed to see. I accidentally hit the PUBLISH instead of the DRAFT button—right before leaving the house to go for a walk. Drats! That’ll teach me to ever exercise and/or leave the house. Anyway, that’s what that was.)

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Please be a Christian sex therapist
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We beseech you, Franklin "No Gay Christians" Graham, to read these three letters from gay Christians.
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  • http://www.BuzzDixon.com buzz

    Sidetracking the issue of what the book is about to focus on why we write, Stephen King summed it up best: Because not writing is death.

  • Tavdy79

    When will it be available outside the USA? I want a copy for my mother!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Morwell/1127510145 Robert Morwell via Facebook

    Actually, I’ve had doubts about whether MEN should be trusted with the vote…

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ashley-Cohea/100000024967834 Ashley Cohea via Facebook

    Yay! This is so going on my Christmas list and if I don’t get it, I’ll be purchasing it for myself come Dec 26th.

  • Mindy

    John, I’m going to buy copies for my family. Even (or especially?) the Evangelical wing. I hope they take it in the spirit with which it is intended . . . . !

  • Amelia

    I think I might be crazy…but this post doesn’t sound like John… Do you have a cold? Is this a ghost writer?

    Yes this book is excellent and I’m gonna try to get my mom to read it.

  • http://leap-of-fate.com Christy

    Fun. Me too.

  • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/johnshore/ John Shore

    Amelia: Right. Sorry. See the post now.

  • Amelia

    Tee hee :) So I feel better and safe that all is right in John Shore Blogland.