The Truth about Same-Sex Marriage

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The Truth about Same-Sex Marriage

Author Erwin W. Lutzer
Narrator Lloyd James
Runtime 2.9 Hrs. - Unabridged
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Erwin Lutzer has issued a wake-up call to the church about one of the most pressing moral issues of our day. Marked by pastoral wisdom and biblical faith, this book points us past politics to the spiritual center of our lives. Let the church read and let the church act.
Timothy George
Dean of Beeson Divinity School, Samford University
Executive Editor,
Christianity Today

The attack on marriage we are witnessing on every front in our society strikes at the heart of the character, the authority, and the redemptive plan of God. With courage, conviction, and compassion, Dr. Erwin Lutzer explains why this is such a critical battle and calls the church to fulfill its responsibility in this defining moment in history.
Nancy Leigh DeMoss
Author and host of
Revive Our Hearts radio

From the clamor of the evening news to the hush of a judge’s courtroom, there is a battle raging for marriage. The implications for society are profound. Yet many people of faith are confused, asking: Is it really that big a deal?

Erwin Lutzer, bestselling author, theologian and minister pulls no punches: The spread of same-sex marriage is a deep and dangerous threat and the church MUST act, in love and in truth. Lutzer sorts truth from spin and takes on some tough questions, such as:

  • How did we get to this point?
  • Why is marriage as God intended better- and healthier?
  • How can I talk to my kids about this?
  • How do we get our message out in the media?
  • Is there still time?

If you believe in the traditional view of marriage and are convinced it’s worth defending, then read this book!

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