A book which reveals the mind of God toward the practice of homosexuality.
(PRWEB) November 10, 2014
Directed at the gay community in particular, “The Sin of Homosexuality” presents Jeffries’ arguments, accompanied by Biblical excerpts about homosexuality. He discusses whether or not it is a choice and identifies it as “the sin of fornication.”
“‘The Sin of Homosexuality’ is a book which reveals the mind of God toward the practice of homosexuality,” says Jeffries. “It is not an attempt to condemn the gay community, but it is an earnest effort to inform the gay community that homosexuality is the sin of fornication.”
An excerpt from “The Sin of Homosexuality”:
“The purpose of this book is to reveal the mind of God regarding homosexuality. There are a lot of incorrect assumptions being made by the gay community in particular and many in our society. The primary one is that gays were born gay and that they cannot help their desire to love people of the same sex. We will put that myth to rest. Another belief is that the gay person is destined to be lost eternally. That, too, has been answered in the pages of this book.”
“The Sin of Homosexuality”
By Willie Jeffries
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 80 pages | ISBN 9781462737611
E-Book | ISBN 9781462737628
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Willie Jeffries has spent the past 42 years studying, teaching and preaching the Word of God and has been a pastor for 33 years. He has a master’s degree in public administration and currently serves as dean of the National Missionary Baptist Fellowship of Churches. He lives with his wife, Gladys, in Holly Springs, Mississippi. He is also the author of “The Epistle of Jesus.”
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