Author Charles Douglas Dantzler’s new book “Hypocrisy: An Oblivious Discriminatory Practice That Can Kill” is a thought-provoking discussion of tolerance in America

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Recent release “Hypocrisy: An Oblivious Discriminatory Practice That Can Kill” from Page Publishing author Charles Douglas Dantzler is a thoughtful exploration of the place of LGBTQ+ Americans in society and a call for compassion and acceptance of differences throughout God’s creation.

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Charles Douglas Dantzler is a great-grandfather and retired educator who founded and pastored a church in Flint, Michigan for thirty-two years and continues to serve in ministry. He has published his new book “Hypocrisy: An Oblivious Discriminatory Practice That Can Kill”: a deeply personal and heartfelt work of candor, tolerance, and faith.

In “Hypocrisy: An Oblivious Discriminatory Practice that Can Kill”, Apostle Charles Dantzler prophetically raises his voice to put an end to the “hypocritical and discriminatory application of God’s Word that is so often found in and out of the church which drives people out or keeps them from coming in.” By combining gut-wrenching, edgy, true stories, surprising statistics, glossaries of terminologies that set things in order, and a strong Word of faith foundation, Brother Dantzler challenges the Body of Christ, both affirming and nonaffirming, to come up higher in excellence, compassion, and authenticity. He is overturning the tables of the hypocritical religious community and its usage of scripture to destroy lives. After reading this and having my own responses of tears, anger, laughter, and Holy Spirit–filled inspiration, I receive the challenge, once again, to come up higher and press in to the things that I know to be true and stand against the spirit of hypocrisy that destroys so many lives.
—Bishop Randall Morgan, Covenant Network, Atlanta, Georgia

Published by Page Publishing, Charles Douglas Dantzler’s engrossing book is a must-read for anyone in the LGBTQ+ or around the community.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Hypocrisy: An Oblivious Discriminatory Practice That Can Kill” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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