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Dangerous Relations: The Threat of Homosexuality

Dangerous Relations: The Threat of Homosexuality

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Anti-gay activist Bill Muehlenberg sounds the alarm about the gay agenda, and how it is trying alter long accepted social norms at every level. Muehlenberg's arguments make for alarming reading, and if you are not concerned about the radical developments shaping our laws and institutions, you will be after exposure to Dangerous Relations. It's a revelation of bigotry posing as tolerance, unthinkable perversion, and the slippery slope down which our culture is sliding, as the time-honoured boundaries of decent behaviour are abandoned.

About "Dangerous Relations: The Threat of Homosexuality"

Anti-gay activist Bill Muehlenberg sounds the alarm about the gay agenda, and how it is trying alter long accepted social norms at every level. Muehlenberg's arguments make for alarming reading, and if you are not concerned about the radical developments shaping our laws and institutions, you will be after exposure to Dangerous Relations. It's a revelation of bigotry posing as tolerance, unthinkable perversion, and the slippery slope down which our culture is sliding, as the time-honoured boundaries of decent behaviour are abandoned.
- Koorong

Meet the Author

Bill Muehlenberg

Bill Muehlenberg is author of various books such as In Defence of the Family and Strained Relations: The Challenge of Homosexuality. He has also written hundreds of articles and book reviews. He is Secretary of the Family Council of Victoria, and has been a part-time lecturer in philosophy, theology, and ethics at several theological colleges. He is a frequent media commentator, with articles and comment in many of Australia's leading newspapers and journals, and has appeared on most major television and radio current affairs shows and news programs. Previously, he was National Vice President of the Australian Family Association, and National Research Coordinator at Focus on the Family. He has a BA with honours in philosophy (Wheaton College, Chicago), an MA with highest honours in theology (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Boston). Originally from America, he now lives in Melbourne, Australia. Bill is married with three sons.

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5 stars By Marcus, Sep 21 2014
Some books are written to entertain, some to inform. I prefer my books to entertain, but we can't always get what we want. Dangerous Relations most definately does not seek to entertain. It deals with facts and details. If I was a medical doctor reading a journal about cancer and all the terrible things cancer does to the host, I might particarly like what I was reading, but I would know that it is important to read and understand.
Bill has done a good job of documenting what's happening in society and it doesn't make for pleasent, happy reading. It is however, relevent and necessary.
There is, however, a glimmer of hope and the end of the book, because we find that God works in broken people, and he can and does intervene.
My advice: Buy it. Read it.
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  • Catalogue Code 415524
  • Product Code 9781500516031
  • ISBN 1500516031
  • EAN 9781500516031
  • Pages 244
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Social Issues
  • Publisher Bill Muehlenberg
  • Publication Date Jul 2014
  • Sales Rank #11559
  • Dimensions 12 x 152 x 228 mm
  • Weight 0.414kg