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<transcy>What Does the Bible Really Teach About Homosexuality? (eBook) (Qu'enseigne réellement la Bible au sujet de l'homosexualité? (eBook)) </transcy>

Kevin DeYoung
by Impact
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In this timely book, author Kevin DeYoung inspires us all - whether we are skeptical or open-minded, convinced or undecided - to humbly examine what God's Word teaches about homosexuality.

After examining key passages from the Old and New Testaments as well as biblical teachings relating to sexuality, DeYoung responds to the main arguments of Christians and non-Christians regarding homosexuality, which makes of this book an indispensable resource for analyzing one of the most controversial topics of our time.

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Kevin DeYoung is the pastor of Christ Covenant Church in Matthews, North Carolina. A graduate of the Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Faculty of Theology (United States), he is the author of numerous books, several of which have been translated into French, such as Vie de fou and La faille dans our holiness . He also writes several articles for The Gospel Coalition.


"What a beautiful gift this book is for the Church! Kevin approaches the thorny issue of sexuality with compassion and clarity, showing us what the Word of God says about it and the importance it places on it. Well documented, popularized and rich in biblical support, this book is, in my opinion, the reference work on this subject ideal for our generation! " -J.D. Greear

"In the tense atmosphere that currently surrounds any discussion of any aspect of homosexuality, what the Bible says and does not say about it requires the most serious thought and the most rhetoric. moderate. With his usual frankness and clarity, Kevin DeYoung has now met that demand. Those interested in a reasoned exegesis of the relevant passages and in a patient discourse on the questions involved, presented in a concise and simple manner, will find it difficult to find a better book than this one. " -D.A. Carson

"DeYoung is tackling one of the most pressing issues of our time: choosing between conforming to the spirit of the present century and following Christ. DeYoung contrasts the ancient wisdom of a Christian sexual ethics with the sexual revolution and its high priests. This is the best book I have read on the subject. Any Christian who is forced to face this problem, that is, all believers, should read it. It will train you to preach the gospel better, to love those who are lost, to welcome the wounded, as well as to defend the cause of Jesus and his Word. " -Russell D. Moore

Table of contents


What does the Bible teach on all subjects?

Part One
1. One man, one woman, one flesh (Genesis 1 and 2)
2. Despicable cities (Genesis 19)
3. Taking seriously a strange book (Leviticus 18 and 20)
4. The "Roman road" leading in the wrong direction (Romans 1)
5. A new Word from an old place (1 Corinthians 6; 1 Timothy 1)

Part two
6. “The Bible almost never mentions homosexuality”
7. “Not that kind of homosexuality”
8. “What about- there gluttony and divorce? "
9." The Church is supposed to be a place of welcome for broken people "
10." You are on the wrong side of history "
11." It's unfair "
12. "The God whom I adore is a God of love"

Walking with God and with one another in truth and grace

1 What about same-sex marriage?
2 Same-sex attraction: three components
3 The Church and homosexuality: ten commitments

Annotated bibliography
Index of biblical references


Original title : What Does the Bible Really Teach About Homosexuality?
Author : Kevin DeYoung
Publisher : Impact
ISBN (.mobi) : 978-2-89082-267-2
ISBN (.epub) : 978-2-89082-268-9
Pages : 191
publication : January 19, 2016
Format : eBook

Related resources

Read an excerpt
Read the article by Normand Bédard

Other format: paperback

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Michaël T.
Bon livre, bien expliqué et fidèle à la Bible

Le livre se lit bien. Les arguments de l'auteur sont présentés de manière bien organisée. Pour ma part, je reconnais le message biblique dans ce qui est expliqué. C'est un bon livre comme référence sur le sujet. L'auteur ne se limite pas à donner simplement les versets concernant l'homosexualité dans la Bible, ce qui irait bien vite. Il explique en quoi les interprétations modernes/libérales ne sont pas vraies.