Gushee is a respected Christian ethicist who has little to gain and much to lose within American Christianity by writing this book. Still, he makes a persuasive case for LGBTQ affirmation in the church. His interpretive path notably travels through interpreting Scripture through the lens of Jesus. Bravo.
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