Bulletproof Faith Details
For so many people, their religion comes into conflict with certain aspects of their lives. This is definitely the case with Christians that happen to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender. At face value, it would seem that Christianity and "alternative sexualities" are not compatible.
There are those that hold strong in their beliefs that have found space for reconciliation between their faith and their sexual or gender identity. Author Candace Chellew-Hodge offers her story as a lesbian seeking to maintain the morals she learned from her time growing up in the church, sometimes encountering hate from both the Christian church body as well as the gay community.
This book does not bother spending time finding interpretations of the Bible that condone homosexuality, but rather it is a prescriptive account of confidently handling oppression and self doubt that can creep into the mind of an LGBT Christian.