G. Deon Thompson Debates Gay Rights in New Nonfiction

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Author strives to unite biblical thought with 21st-century lifestyles in ‘Standing Under the Wrong Rainbow’.

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Author G. Deon Thompson approaches the topic of gay marriage from a biblical standpoint in his new nonfiction “Standing Under the Wrong Rainbow” (published by Abbott Press).

“Standing Under the Wrong Rainbow” covers a wide variety of topics, including what the Bible views as a right and what the definition of marriage is as God intended it. Excerpts from the Bible provide context as well as evidence to support Thompson’s assertions on what marriage is meant to be.

Thompson expounds upon what he deems as shortcomings of common arguments in favor of gay marriage in a concise manner. His goal is to help readers incorporate the traditional teachings of the Bible into their 21st-century lifestyles.

An excerpt from “Standing Under the Wrong Rainbow”:

“I agree with anyone that proclaims that God is love. I am sure that His love extends to all of humanity whether homosexual or heterosexual. The inevitable truth though, is that it is simply impossible to characterize one’s existence merely on God’s love.”

Standing Under the Wrong Rainbow
By G. Deon Thompson
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 324 pages | ISBN 9781458217189
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 324 pages | ISBN 9781458217165
E-Book | 324 pages | ISBN 9781458217172
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
G. Deon Thompson is a practicing barrister called to the bar in England, Wales and the Bahamas. He enjoys an active lifestyle of traveling and exercising.

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