Brad Hambrick (M.Div, Th.M from SEBTS, Pastor of Counseling, The Summit Church) has written a new book titled “Do Ask, Do Tell, Let’s Talk: Why and How Christians Should Have Gay Friends” which will be released in January. He has written a series of blog posts discussing this new book. In his first post, Brad discusses the reasons for writing this book. Brad writes:
It might be more helpful, at least at first, to explain why I didn’t write Do Ask, Do Tell, Let’s Talk. I didn’t write this book because I believe homosexuality is the most important or pressing issue of our day. Actually, to the contrary, I wrote this book because it is my perception (accurate or not) that part of what complicates the subject is that only people who are very passionate about it have the courage-boldness-audacity (whatever you prefer to call it) to speak or write on it.
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