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on 25 August 2013
This is a fantastic book which I wholeheartedly recommend!!!

Clear, concise, well presented, coherent, researched, loving, biblical. What more could you want!!!
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TOP 1000 REVIEWERon 5 October 2010
This is an updated edition of "A Strong Delusion" (1996). As he was once under the strong delusion himself he can speak from first-hand experience. This is required reading for someone wanting to understand pro-gay propaganda and theology. The information fed to us by the pro-gay lobby usually consists of half truths (i.e. lies), Dallas exposes these. I highly recommend this book.

For me, his word study on the Greek word "arsenokotai" (1 Cor 6:9, 1 Tim 1:10) alone is worth the price of the book. Paul is using the Greek version of the OT the Septuagint, (LXX). He coined the word "arsenokotai" from the Greek version of the OT, the Septuagint, from the Levitical prohibitions on male-male sex. Thus in Paul's mind the moral law of the OT was still valid in the NT. The pro-gay theologians have to pretend that they do not understand the meaning of "arsenokoitai". Robin Scroggs gave us the meaning of "arsenokotai" in his 1983 book. The New Testament and Homosexuality
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on 1 March 2011
This book is clumsy and dull, and basically needs to be honest and just say that it hates gay people. The bottom line is, if you hate gay people you will like how this book bends 'theology' your way. If you are someone who does not hate gay people, then you will be hurt and amused by how desperate the haters are at bending thier 'theology' top create more hatred. But, whatever side you are on this book is poor and dull!
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