By way of celebrating our country, and the freedoms its brilliant Constitution guarantees to all of its citizens, I’ve cut the price of my book UNFAIR: Christians and the LGBT Question as low as Amazon will allow me:
$2.99 for the Kindle edition
$8.35 for the printed softcover
I wrote and edited UNFAIR because I knew that if I could prove that devout, emotionally mature gay Christians really and truly exist—and prove that by letting them tell their own heartbreakingly inspiring stories—then I would have the single most potent argument against the ruinous notion that being gay is an offense to God.
So I put out a call on my blog for gay Christians to send me their stories.
And boy, oh boy, did they.
And boy, oh boy, does any one of their stories obliterate the noxious notion that it’s impossible to be at once truly Christian and truly gay.
And taken altogether, as they are in this book? Well. Wall of Jericho, and all that.
Following its introduction, UNFAIR opens with my essay Taking God at His Word: The Bible and Homosexuality; following that it presents 27 of the most moving personal stories I know I’ll ever read; rounding out the book are fifteen of my most influential essays on this matter.
Happy Fourth! Let freedom ring!
(And to quickly answer a few emails I’ve recently received: I’m not gay. I’m straight. That’s not an issue. The issue is that “With liberty and justice for all” must mean all. Because anything else is unfair.)